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#146049 - 08/25/06 01:16 PM Re: Can you use rear ported speakers in bookshelf [Re: bugbitten]
bean Offline
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Registered: 08/22/06
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I wish I could go with the m60's.I think I'm going to end up mounting the m22 above to the left and right with the center above the Tv. I guess I'm going to have to run the sub to the back of the room behind my couch.

How many wires am I looking at having to run from my reciever to my sub?

Thanks for the note. Not married yet. Don't know if I ever will?

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#146050 - 08/25/06 03:34 PM Re: Can you use rear ported speakers in bookshelf [Re: bean]
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How many wires am I looking at having to run from my reciever to my sub?



You should only need one good quality sub cable. Usually a single shielded 75 ohm cable with RCA ends. You can pick one up very reasonable at monoprice.com.

Click here for their selection.

Alternatively, you can run some RG6 coax, and crimp on RCA ends. Works great.
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