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    Default running sub cable and rear surround speaker cable side by side

    Well the title pretty much sums it up. I need to run a sub cable and rear surrounds beneath the floor to the back of the room. Is it ok to run them together or should i keep them apart?
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    Your fine with them running together. They are both low voltage wires and wont have any issues running next to each other
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    As long as they are both shielded cables, why not ?

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    I did mine that way and didn't even think it would be a problem...and guess what, it wasn't!
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    I do the same and have never had an issue.

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    As long as they are both shielded cables, why not ?
    Shielded speaker cables, really?
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    Never noticed an issue, have mine that way

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