In Reply to: RE: voodoo posted by Cpk on July 2, 2012 at 08:45:22:
"optimal in the designer's view for the driver they are connected to"
please qualify that one.
Also, most speaker cables are connected to a crossover first, which are usually loaded with more wire, capacitors and inductors(long, long wires), so how do you "optimize" for that?
You an use 22 awg for speaker cable, which some do or 12 awg, what's the difference? As long as the 22 awg wire meets the voltage/current/power rating what's the difference?
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