Question by Robbie Hewitt posted 18 Aug 2005
| making audio patch cable|
I'd like to run the tape output from one receiver to another's Aux. or tape input. They are about 100' apart. Should I use Twisted pair? Coax? What cable would you suggest for this use?
Answer by Joseph Golan posted 18 Aug 2005
As the connectors are most likely RCA type jacks, a coaxial cable or a shielded pair is best suited. Use a heavy guage cable (min 22 AWG) to limit the loss due to the extreme length.
Joseph Golan, RCDD
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