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Rocketfish™ - 24' In-Wall Subwoofer Cable - Gray

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Send audio signals from a powered subwoofer to an A/V receiver or amplifier with this subwoofer cable that is compatible with most surround sound systems for flexible use.
$44.99

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1243 out of 1279)

    Features


    Compatible with most surround sound systems

    For wide-ranging compatibility.

    Sends audio signals through subwoofer jacks

    For reliable signal strength, from a subwoofer to an A/V receiver or amplifier.

    24K gold-plated connectors

    For enhanced signal transfer and corrosion resistance.

    In-wall rated

    For flexible installation options.

    24' cable

    To easily connect your devices.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 1279 reviews

    97%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Works great but pricey

      Posted
      Wraith
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      This cable works flawlessly even for as long a run as it is. I bought it for the length as I am setting up a home theater and I am still re-arranging speaker locations for a room that is not optimal for sound. This cable performs perfectly and gives me the flexibility to move my subwoofer around until I find its permanent placement. There were potentially less quality cables available I could have used and might have been fine and I felt that this cable was pretty pricey... got my surround speakers (new) for a great price and felt a little stung that this cable retailed for more than one of those speakers but I needed it and paid extra for the piece of mind that this would not be a flaw in my system. Nevertheless, right or wrong, I took a star off for the price. It works great, for those who don't have to worry about money it's a 5 star cable.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Decent if in a bind

      Posted
      GenEngineer
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      This cable is highly overpriced. The main reason I bought this cable was because I was in a bind and needed a temporary cable to get my subwoofer running while I awaited my main cables to arrive. At first the build quality seems sturdy, but I found out quickly that it is not very good at all at shielding from "noise". I would notice a slight, low-frequency hum that wasn't too audible, but I was able to detect it, especially when in close proximity. After some quick troubleshooting, I isolated to this cable. Replaced the cable with a much higher quality (and less expensive) interconnect and the hum is completely gone. I would not recommend this cable, not only based on the insanely high price tag for such a cable, but also for the poor performance and introduction of noise into the subwoofer.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great color and does the job!

      Posted
      DigitalDaveyboy
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      I use this to connect to a subwoofer a few feet away. Functionally speaking, it does what it's supposed to do with 100% accuracy. However, my favorite aspect is that it blends in much better with my room color than any black or white cable would. Unfortunately, my family room wasn't designed for a large, full-sized surround sound system. Rather than spending big bucks running a cable through the walls and ceiling, the gray Rocketfish sits inconspicuously on the border between the tan carpet and multicolored fireplace bricks, and isn't too noticeable from a few feet away. Sub connected, speaker sounds great, done!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Upgraded from Home theater in a box

      Posted
      DFWFOCUSGUY
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      I recently upgraded from an Onkyo home theater in a box to the newest model Onkyo receiver with a 4K pass though to maximize the use of my LG 4K TV. I didn't realize that I would need to purchase additional cable for the speakers from the home theater in a box that I currenly had until I got the new 4K receiver home and noticed the home thater in a box subwoofer I had didn't have an RCA connection to connect it to the new 4K receiver. I quickly went back to Best Buy and picked up a n open box 10" Polk Audio subwoofer for $120 and this cable to complete the upgrade to my system. I've been pleased with the cable since it does what it is suppose to and it is the perfect length for my application since I placed the sub a fair distance from the receiver.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Decent Cable - Works as Expected

      Posted
      TomTNH
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      I purchased this cable when I added a second subwoofer to my system. Although my speaker cables are all in-wall, I didn't feel like taking the time or effort to run yet another cable through the walls. Instead, I purchased this cable which although it can be used in-wall, I'm simply running it along the outside wall base and it works fine. It's connecting my Yamaha RX-A3030 to a Klipsch subwoofer, which is about 16 feet away. Connectors seem to be sturdy and the cable is well insulated. Not much more you can say about an audio cable. For most folks, this will perform just as well as the ultra-high-end cables.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Expensive but does the job

      Posted
      Newbold1
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      I have never reviewed but also never really searched for a review that provides evidence that 24k gold plated cables really perform any better or differently than basic less expensive ones. Even if they do perhaps the difference would only be recognizable on very high end equipment. This is the cable I was directed to in order to connect my 100w subwoofer to my receiver. It works great. Would a cheaper one work great too? I really don't know but think the answer is probably so. For the difference of a few dollars either way, I figured I might as well just go with the "better" cable and not have to worry about it later if my assumption was in fact incorrect.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Giving it a 4-Perfect cable but too expensive

      Posted
      Wraith64
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      This cable is really a Fabtastically well made and performing cable. Due to timing I paid full price for it at $44. From a quality and performance aspect I have absolutelly no complaints. Its a 5 star cable in tgat regard but for those of us that maybe building as economical a home theater as possible I have to deduct a star for a cable that almost cost as much as a speaker in my 5.1 setup. Those of you are unconcerned with money may not think that is an issue... for you, don't hesitate to buy this quality product.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Good quality.

      Posted
      GGeiser
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      Always heard that, "...if it is connected - all wiring is the same". Yes, and no. Right after installing these on my second subwoofer I noticed one of them wasn't working (no power light on). The problem? The non-working one had another, less expensive, wire connecting it. Yes, the wire is exactly the same when connected. No, those connections aren't the same quality in every wire you buy. The connection was ill-fitting and I had to jiggle it around to make a proper connection on the less expensive one. I have about 5K in my video audio set up. So, what is another five dollars to get the best quality?

      I would recommend this to a friend




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