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Old 24th March 2005, 10:15 AM   #1
Alex2 is offline Alex2  Poland
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Default Question about Audioquest cable CV-4 connection

Hello,

I bought (in Poland) Audioquest CV-4.2 speaker cable (2x3m). My speaker have only one pair sockets so I'm not using bi-wiring, so I connect black cables together (to minus) and red cables together (to plus).
But what for are next two conductors: one metal not insulated and second thin in white insulation. Are they screen to avoid interference etc ? How they should be connected to terminals in amplifier and in speakers ?

Thank you very much
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Alex2
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