I can’t say enough good things about Audioquest’s quality and consistency. I’ve been using their cables for years and they never disappoint. The Black Lab series does just what it promises. I used to have custom cables fabricated because I knew exactly what I wanted for specific applications. The Black Lab series hit my specs almost exactly for low frequency signals so I tried it out and I’m very satisfied with the results.
Used 2 of these for my dad's 2 subs in his 7.2.4 surround sound setup. Nice cables and sound is good. Haven't gotten to listen to bassy music or any action movies with them yet to know if they are better than a $20 but NCIS sounded pretty good on them.
Needed it to connect my old Bose subwoofer to our new Sonos system! Actually, the Geek Squad needed it - hahaha. It works just fine! Saved me from having to buy another subwoofer when my Bose works fine - even connected to Sonos system!
It seems to be of good build quality. I have tried cheaper cables only to be disappointed. You can't go wrong with an AudioQuest. Even AudioQuest entry level cables are superior to other cheaper brands.
A:AnswerHello, the image is actually a bit misleading, the ground wire in reality is about 6 inches long. This normally should give enough length to attach the wire to the grounding post on the amplifier and the subwoofer.
A:AnswerIt's my understanding that in-wall cables are designed to 1) meet building code requirements and 2) to have a "slippery" jacket covering to allow installers to more easily pull wire through wall openings.
A:AnswerCheck the subwoofer's owners manual - you may be able to use only one RCA input jack. If you must use both inputs, you will need the AudioQuest adapter (part number F22M-FLX-X) in addition to the subwoofer cable.