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I personally been using pure copper (belden 1694) for my interconnects.


I have PLENTY of steel/clad RG6 QS 2.2 & 3 ghz coax cable. Is it okay to use these for long runs ? Let's say for example, the source is 30-40 feet away from the plasma, etc and I run 8 runs, etc from the source to the plasma to use as my interconnects. Can this be done or am I better off sticking with the belden 1694.
 

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Personally, I'd use the Belden.
 

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Belden 1694A will outperform all copper clad steel. CCS coax should only be used for RF.
 

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The Marine and I seem to agree on this issue: RG-6 has zero benefit over RG-59 for audio and video, but several disadvantages, both physical and signal-wise.

Semper Fidelis!
 
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