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I'm getting ready to run RG-6 inwall for two subwoofer locations. I know quad shielded is the safest as far as interference, But I'm confused if I should buy RG-6 with a copper core or steel core? I know copper is better for video, but does it matter for a sub? There are so many choices out there, What do you think would be the best? Thanks for any quick replys I'm going to Home Depot this afternnon.

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So you're planning on using RG6 COAX cable to run line level audio from your pre-amp to your powered subs locations?
 

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Yes, I planning on running line level coax.

I already have one copper core cable run and I will be upgrading my Direct TV to a triple LNB high def line. I would hope whoever comes out to install it will use a copper center.
 
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