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    Coax for audio cable???

    I have a bunch of RG6 coax and was wondering if I put RCA crimp ends on it and made custom length cable, would they work? I wanted to replace my existing cheap audio cables (red, white, yellow). Any thoughts???


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    Of course you could do that and probably get better result if cable you are using is one those flimsy thin kind. But RG-6 coax cables tend to be extremely thick and non flexible (as you have noticed). RG-59 coax cable probably will be more ideal in term of convince and flexibility, but if you have RG-6 cable laying around, then go head
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