looking for left&rightspeaker wires in one cable

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  1. BryanW

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    Hello everyone, I'm looking for a speaker cable that has a right and left channel wire in one cable. I'm wanting to run it around my baseboard and would like to keep it in one cable. If you know of a link to a seller I would appreciate it.I'm hopeing to find at least a 16ga or 14ga wire. I think that would work ok. Thanks for any help. BryanW[​IMG]
     
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    What is you budget....you can get a lot of flatwire cable that is really easy to hide...but it can get expensive.

    Your best bet may be to go to Home Depot and buy the length of 16ga or 14ga wire you need...one for each speaker...then ask the worker if they have any small tubing that you could slide both wires through. The tubing will obviously have to be a smaller length than the wires themselves.

    To me...the second is the cheapest and best way to go.
     
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    Hey Bryan, Just get some 14/4 in-wall wire.

    Aaron
     
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    Monster sells speaker wire that is left , right and center in 1 wire. And the wire is labeled that way so no confusion.
     

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