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Hey I'm looking for a quick answer to my subwoofer cable question.


I need a 30' long subwoofer cable for my sub, and I was going to get the LC1 from blue jeans.

http://www.bluejeanscable.com/store/...sign-notes.htm


Would I experience any loss (most of BJ cables have a recommendation of up to 25' before upgrading to a different type) with this cable for my HSU 3.3 at 30' or should I choose the thicker cable?
 

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Hey I'm looking for a quick answer to my subwoofer cable question.


I need a 30' long subwoofer cable for my sub, and I was going to get the LC1 from blue jeans.

http://www.bluejeanscable.com/store/...sign-notes.htm


Would I experience any loss (most of BJ cables have a recommendation of up to 25' before upgrading to a different type) with this cable for my HSU 3.3 at 30' or should I choose the thicker cable?


Where do you see thicker cable?
 

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It's a $2 difference. Check your couch and car.


Personally, I think the LC1 would be more than sufficient. My run is 50' and I use RG6 coax cable. Not very flexible but easy on the wallet.
 

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Originally Posted by samsam7 /forum/post/15444448


Hey I'm looking for a quick answer to my subwoofer cable question.


I need a 30' long subwoofer cable for my sub, and I was going to get the LC1 from blue jeans.

http://www.bluejeanscable.com/store/...sign-notes.htm


Would I experience any loss (most of BJ cables have a recommendation of up to 25' before upgrading to a different type) with this cable for my HSU 3.3 at 30' or should I choose the thicker cable?

Not a long distance at all and you should be fine.


I'll 2nd the RG6 cable (head to Lowes of Home Depot) and add self crimping rca jacks on the ends.
 
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