I posted this question in another group. A couple of members of the site gave me their opinions (thanks guys!), but I'd really like a cable company to tell me what they think.
I'm just going to copy and paste my original post from over in the other group. Can you tell me what you suggest?
"If I have to choose between long interconnects and long speaker cables, which should I choose? For example, I currently have my system rack on the same side of the room as my speakers. I have a small stereo amp that is on the bottom of the rack. In this configuration, I have one meter interconnects throughout the whole rig and 12 foot speaker cables. But what if I wanted to put my rack in a more convenient location? Say I wanted to put it close to the listening position so I don't have to get up to change CD's. What would be the better option? Should I keep the amp in my rack and get 30 foot speaker cables? Or should I keep my 12 footers, put the amp between my speakers (in which case I really would only need 8 foot speaker cables) and get a long pair of interconnects?"
Thanks in advance.