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Greetings all, I am getting ready to buy a house and there is a built in stero cabinet that has speaker and coaxial runs from it to the location of the TV. I am going to need to run Component cables over that run and I want to use a wall plate for the external connections. I have found the wall plate but what I want to know is what kind of bulk cable should I get and is is all 3 cables together or do I use 3 runs separate? Also what are my options for connections (both on the wall jack end and the receiver end)?


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do you mean you want to use two wires to each speaker instead of one?
 

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You'll want RG59 or RG6, if you don't mind the extra expense and stiffness, with a solid copper center conductor. 3 cables will be required. You can pass through a hole in a wall plate or use connectors. Any coax connector type will do, F, BNC, RCA come to mind. The connectors at the equipment end need to match the equipment. RCA is the most common. Leviton makes good connectors for wall plates.
 
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