Does flat sub cable (RCA type) exist?

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  1. Jose G

    Jose G Supporting Actor

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    I know there is flat speaker wire- I use it to run wire under the rug, but is there such a thing as flat sub cable for the LFE hook up?

    One more question: If my receiver's bass management sends the LFE to the sub at 100 Hz (when speakers are set to small) and my main speakers go down to 50Hz, should I use a left/right speaker connection hook up to the sub and use the crossover on the sub instead of the LFE/RCA connection?
     
  2. Chu Gai

    Chu Gai Lead Actor

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    Indeed it does. One can purchase RG6 say that's flat and typically it may be used for running under a window. As to commercially made cables for your purpose, perhaps places like partsexpress, markertek, etc. might have what you're looking for. Of course, it'll require a non standard RCA but those places should be able to hook you up.
     
  3. Jose G

    Jose G Supporting Actor

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    Thanks, Chu. I'll look into RG6 and see if there's a RCA type adapter I can hook on the end.
     
  4. Frank Carter

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    Those RCA adapter's are available at Radio Shack for a little over a buck.
     

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