Coax to RCA in-wall
I'm putting in wire for my subwoofers. Short runs of ~6-8ft and ~12-14ft. From what I can tell, at this distance, almost any wall-rated RCA cable could work (i.e., monoprice), but since I have ample supply of coax and the equipment to terminate wondering if there's any particular reason it wouldn't be a fine idea to simply run RG59 or RG6 and then do a coax to RCA conversion in the wall plate with short cables to the woofers (probably the same wall plates that will have my left and right front speakers).
Rocks to throw at that?