[I apologize in advance for posting this here, but the Connections etc. Forum seems pretty dead and I haven't gotten any replies on the Audio Asylum's cables BBS.] Recently bought an Adire Audio Rava subwoofer. I love the sound, but my wife wasn't too impressed by its large size. So ... in the interest of marital harmony, I moved it to a corner where it not only is less obtrusive, but also sounds better. To do so, however, I needed a cable about 20' long instead of the 6' length of Canare L-77 (I think) that I bought a while back from Bluejeans Cable. I had some almost brand-new RG-6 coax cable lying around, so for a short-term fix, I attached a RatShack gold-plated F-connector-to-RCA adapter on each end, plugged the new hybrid wire into my amp and sub, and voila! To be perfectly honest, I can't really tell the difference in sound quality and, given the location change, there's no way to A-B test the difference. So my question is, is this a short-term patch until I can order a 20' length of better cable, or is this an acceptable solution in the long run? Thoughts would be appreciated! P.S. I'm getting no ground loop hum, RFI, EMI, or any other nasties from this new set up, just good, tight, taut bass.