Monster SW200 - Any noticeble loss in using it?

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  1. David Glenn

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    I have a 35 ft run to my sub and wanted to use a couple of my existing cables to get the length I need. Since I needed surge protection for my sub any way I thought the SW200 would be a good solution for joining my two RCA cables (12ft and 24ft).
    http://db1.onecall.com/Image%5fProducts%2fMonster%20Cable%2fmpsw200%2egif
    An added bonus is the filtration for noise free power. I can pick it up for $49 (another monster ripoff?).
    My question is, will there be a noticable loss as a result of joining the two cables via the SW200 ?
    Are there any other products that can provide surge protection and have RCA I/O connections?
    Thank you in advance for your response.
     
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  3. Luis A

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    Gregg,
    I have this hooked up in my daughters room, and it does decrease the output of the sub, but not much.
    As far as anyother products of this type all I know of is the Panamax SubMax. However I noticed the same decrease in output.
    The only product I've used that will not limit your sub output is the Monster Power AVS2000. A little pricey, but it works awesome.
    PS Audio has the High Current Ultimate Outlet that will not limit your sub output, but it does not have any RCA in/outs.[​IMG]
    http://www.panamax.com
    http://www.psaudio.com
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