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RCA connectors--any compression types better than Canare's?

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Canare crimp RCA's are legendary, but are any compression type RCA's as good such as those made by F-conn or Liberty or ...?...

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No need to stress over the Canare. Subwoofer applications are about the least critical of any in a home theater; people use standard coax for them all the time. The impedance issue really only relates to video applications anyway. I expect that any RCA capable of being crimped directly to coaxial cable is going to be 75 ohm. It pretty much has to be.

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