Hi everyone at Club Polk. I'm not exactly new to Hi-Fi audio but I'm certainly no expert. I am, however, new to Club Polk and this is my first thread. I've lurked for a little while and am now glad to be aboard. :)
I have a question about cables. I know that good cables are important and while I don't have an endless budget to buy super high quality cables, I realize I should certainly get better cables than the cheap minimal RCA cables (like the kind that came free with most VCRs). I'm aware of Monoprice cables and I've also read about signalcable.com and BlueJeans cables. So I have a good start on where to get decent cables on a budget. But should the cables I buy to connect sources to my preamp be any different than the cables that run from the preamp to my power amp?
My preamp is a Parasound 2100 and I'm getting a pair of 200 watt monoblocks from my friend this weekend. I was wondering how I should hook everything up. I have a separate Rotel tuner, an Oppo DVD player for CD's and an old Luxman TT (the TT has RCA cables permanently attached that look rather cheap). So if I get RCA cables for my tuner and DVD player from like Bluejeans, I can order one more pair of the same kind to connect my amp to my preamp? Is that OK?