Hi everyone. I'm hoping to clear up 2 questions I have been researching on the forum, and I've watched some videos online about it, but I'm looking for advice. I know several servo users hook up their sub using speaker level inputs because it sounds better. It gives the sub amp the "sonic signature" the main amp sends to the mains. My understanding, anyway.
1. Do I need to buy a specific set of speaker cables that are built for this specific purpose? Where they have one end for the main amp, and then somewhere it is split to go to the sub amp and the main speakers? Or do I simply hook two sets of speaker wire up to the main amp and run one to the sub and the other to the mains?
Also, am I correct in saying this doesn't affect the main amp at all, since it is drawing a voltage only?
2. Do I need to plan on having similar quality speaker cables to make this worthwhile? I have the basic Kimber 4pr, and am wondering if most people spend the same amount on their sub line speaker cables.
Thanks for any info you may have. I am not running anything from my amp right now because I am in between pairs of speakers. But for future reference, I would like to use the best sounding option for my sub gear.