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There's not really anything resembling bass heading out to those satellites.just brew it! wrote:The longer the wire, the heavier gauge it needs to be; otherwise the increase in resistance may cause your bass to get muddy due to what is called "damping factor" (the amplifier's ability to control resonances and stray motions of the speaker cones).
FireGryphon wrote:I have an original set of Klipsch v2-400 4.1 speakers. I just moved and took the speakers with me, but the cables for two of the speakers are gone. The speaker cables Klipsch sold with the set is standard black/red speaker wire with a mono miniplug connector at one end to go into the back of the speaker. I'd like to replace the lost speaker wire by making my own wire, but I'd like to make it much longer than before. The wire Klipsch gave is maybe 10 feet long. How much longer can I make the wire without degrading the audio signal too much?
Thebolt wrote:To the OP: I've got the same situation with a couple of klipsch computer speakers I'm trying to use as rear speakers for my surround system(hooked to home theater). If you figure out how to make normal speaker cable into those single plugs please post it. I looked briefly but gave up. I've got 100 feet of cable sitting idle until I can get a couple of speakers or figure this out.
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