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    Default 50 foot sub cable

    any thoughts on this would be gratefull.my music room might call for this.that would be an rca cable thank you.
    scott e

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    Whitetruk(hope that isn't where you got your speakers!), a 50 foot cable to connect to a sub doesn't present a significant technical problem and cables as good as any are available at quite low cost, such as this one from Triangle Cable .

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    Here's another option:
    http://bluejeanscable.com/store/subwoofer/index.htm

    50 foot options will be pretty limited.

    Also, you may want to do some research on any potential loss/degradation in such a long run.
    Polk LS90
    Polk CS400i
    Polk FX500i
    Outlaw LFM-1 Sub
    Polk Monitor 7C (secondary location)
    Pioneer Elite VSX-45TX
    Audiosource Amp Three (2), Amp One/A (1)
    Cambridge Audio C500 Preamp
    Sony 222ES CD/SACD
    MSB Nelson Link III DAC with P1000 Power Supply, Music Hall DAC 25.2
    Squeezebox Classic
    Sony BDP-S1000ES
    JVC DLA-HD250 Projector
    Da-Lite HCCV - 100" Permwall 16:9
    Time Warner HD Cable
    Panamax 500 DBS
    MIT, Blue Jeans, AR, Outlaw Cables
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    thanx for the info people.

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    I have a run about that long with a composite video going to a tv and don't detect any signal degradation. The cable is a rg6 (same stuff you use for antenna, cable or sat) with the appropriate adaptors at each end. Should work just as well for a sub.

    Scott

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    Scott, if you feel like making your own cable, take a look here.
    http://www.hometheaterforum.com/gall...g2_itemId=4467

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    bettercables.com

    I got one with my SVS...good solid cable...fair price also

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    Polk65,

    Nice looking cables, kind of makes me want to redo mine even though I am happy with the performance of the current one.

    Scott

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    I have my SVS sub connected through 50 feet of inwall RG6 coax which is then connected to a 12 foot monster subcable which is then connected to an old component video cable I had laying around and it sounds the same as when I connect the sub directly to the reciever with the 12 foot sub cable.

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    My vote is for Bluejeans cables. I have 2 35' runs, they work well...
    I smell ass, burning ass, glowing cherry red spanked ass.

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