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    Default quick question on cables

    Is this considered "shotgun bi-wired", or how do you describe this?

    Opinions on if this is potentially less useful (if at all) than actually having two sets of separate cables? I've done some google image searches but didn't come up with too many photoss

    Thanks- and seriously I'm learning a guys have been great. I've been addicted to this forum recently and reading a ton.
    2. CH: Rega P3-24, Oppo BDP 95, Rogue Ninety Nine Magnum, Rogue Stereo 90, Tyler Linbrook Sig. Monitors, Audio Art Cables, APC H15

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    Rockledge, Florida


    Well at least that's my thinking like 2 sets of cables in 1 jacket.

    Carver Amazing Fronts
    CS400i Center
    RT800i's Rears
    Sub Paradigm Servo 15

    Conrad Johnson PV-5 pre-amp
    Parasound Halo A23
    Pioneer 84TXSi AVR
    Pioneer 79Avi DVD
    Sony CX400 CD changer
    Panasonic 42-PX60U Plasma
    WMC Win7 32bit HD DVR

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