Subwoofer cable under/around 3k

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Mayank Shah

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Looking for a 4 meter sub woofer cable. Which would be the best VFM cable under or around 3k? Can stretch max to 5k if it's worth it. Thanks
 

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Sub cable just need good shielding & construction, Audioquest Black Lab? its their entry level subwoofer cable that i use. I am very happy with it.
 
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Any reason for staying away from bluerigger ?
Lots of interference. I had my both subs connected through it and even if the cable is touched, the subs gave out a lot of interferece. I was pretty sure it was not a ground problem. Switched to Monoprice and the issue is gone.

Otherwise the bluerigger is fine.
 
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Lots of interference. I had my both subs connected through it and even if the cable is touched, the subs gave out a lot of interferece. I was pretty sure it was not a ground problem. Switched to Monoprice and the issue is gone.

Otherwise the bluerigger is fine.
Yes subwoofer cables needs good shielding thats very important.
 
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Looking for a 4 meter sub woofer cable. Which would be the best VFM cable under or around 3k? Can stretch max to 5k if it's worth it. Thanks
I plan to sell my 2 x AudioQuest Black Lab subwoofer cables, they are 2 meters in length. Upgraded to Nordost so don't need them.

Let me know if interested.

Cheers.
 
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Lots of interference. I had my both subs connected through it and even if the cable is touched, the subs gave out a lot of interferece. I was pretty sure it was not a ground problem. Switched to Monoprice and the issue is gone.

Otherwise the bluerigger is fine.
If (no) shielding is a problem, you will get noise all the time. In this case, improper crimping/soldering of the RCA caps may be the problem.
 
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