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    What is the best way to wire these? Subwoofer cable, or Speaker wire? Why?

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    you need a sub cable to connect to your reciever ....the speaker inputs are for running satillites thru your sub
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    People will argue both methods, but it seems most around here prefer using a sub cable.

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