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Old 9th January 2005, 04:45 AM   #1
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Default NAD 320BEE and speaker cable question

Looking to get a NAD 320BEE for a DIY MTM TL project, around the RS180s. For the speaker cable, I have a five meter run of DIY cat 5 plenum, 16 pairs for a 12awg. The cat 5 is low inductance, high capacitance. Any problems with the NAD and capacitance from the speaker cable? Thanks
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