Almost all AV Receivers and Pre-Amps will feature an LFE (Low Frequency Effects) output. The LFE channel is a mono
signal that is already filtered before the signal is sent to the Subwoofer. Subwoofers equipped with an LFE mode will have
the left input marked LFE.
Clarus Subwoofer cables are optimally designed for low frequencies. High frequencies, in general are rolled off as much as
possible, as these would simply represent noise in this type of cable. The cable geometry chosen for the Clarus subwoofer
cables is a multi-gauge twisted-pair design. Multi-gauge conductors create a more dimensional bass sound while twisted-
pair geometry gives the greatest noise reduction at low frequencies and tends to sound more natural. Try a Clarus
subwoofer cable and you will experience a rich blooming multi-dimensional bass.
Aqua Subwoofer cable
PCOCC - 18AWG
Two Heavy Solid Bass Conductors
Single Midrange Conductors
All Conductors Insulated
Double Shield Lifted at Sink