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Adding a new subwoofer to your sound system gives you low, rich bass sounds that you might otherwise miss when listening to your favorite music or watching a popular TV show. If you use just any old speaker wire to connect a sound system to your TV, you may not get the richest, fullest bass possible. In fact, without subwoofer audio cables, you could even damage your system. At Sears, we have an assortment of subwoofer cables to properly connect to your sound system, so you can enjoy the deepest, lowest tones that your speakers provide.

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Get the right subwoofer cables at Sears and enjoy the booming bass of your sound systems

The music and soundtracks playing on the speakers of your home theater or car stereo aren't reaching their full potential if you're not using the proper subwoofer cables. Using the wrong cables to connect your subwoofers to amplifiers or receivers can create static or an annoying hum, destroying the quality of your entertainment experience. These specialty cables can help bring the proper balance to your sound systems.

Speakers with surround-sound are among the most popular TV accessories. Oftentimes, a surround-sound system will come with a subwoofer and a cable that has two RCA male connectors, intended to connect to the receiver. If your system comes with a generic cord, you may want to consider upgrading to a cable from Sears with better conductivity. Subwoofer cables with silver- or gold-plated connectors are considered by some to provide more optimal sound quality. In other words, upgrading your subwoofer cable can give the explosions in your favorite action movie a much bigger punch.

For audiophiles that aren't satisfied with the standard sound system on your TV, an upgrade to heavy-duty subwoofers brings the boom you're looking for. Whether you're using specialty cell phone accessories to connect the music player on your smart phone to the TV or you've got a stereo system built into your entertainment center, the right speakers and sound system can make all the difference. Once it's properly connected, you'll have the bone-rattling bass you love.

Depending on where you're putting your subwoofer, you may need to run several cable. If your home theater is set up with the sound system receiver and electric switches on one wall and the subwoofer on another wall across the room, you may need a 50-foot cable, but if your home theater is in a smaller space, you may only need a 12-foot cable. Whatever length you need, Sears can help you connect. It's important to take your own setup into account before you decide which cables to purchase.

You're not truly amplifying your sound if you're not using subwoofers, and you're not fully utilizing your subwoofers unless they're connected with the right TV audio cables. At Sears, you can find the cables you need to connect to all kinds of sound system receivers. Whether you're upgrading your home theater system for movies and TV shows or adding some pulse-pounding bass so you can listen to your favorite music, you'll know you're getting the best low tones possible with subwoofer cables from Sears.

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