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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    At audio frequencies the 'skin effect' doesn't have much of an effect, especially with a conductor diameter as small as that of RG316, so the current density is virtually constant across the diameter of the centre conductor. That is, virtually all of the current flows through the steel core and very, very little of it flows in the silver plate and copper cladding.
    Indeed, which makes me think, is skin effect an issue when it comes to RF riding on cables?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    Just 2m mate. Thank you!
    Hi Oliver,

    £7.00 total delivered 2 meters.

    Let me know if your ok with that, coming from Switzerland.

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    I'm good with that mate, let me know where to send the funds. Top man, Gary
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    I'm good with that mate, let me know where to send the funds. Top man, Gary

    Just for info I ordered the colour red...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stryder5 View Post
    Just for info I ordered the colour red...
    Lol damn 😂
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    I've used the RG316/u in a number of experimental cables and ultimately I just don't think it's very good as an audio cable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    I've used the RG316/u in a number of experimental cables and ultimately I just don't think it's very good as an audio cable.
    What is it about them you don't like? Just asking as not got much experience with that cable.
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    However I've used it I thought it was a bit 'grainy', a bit 'two dimensional' and not particularly detailed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    However I've used it I thought it was a bit 'grainy', a bit 'two dimensional' and not particularly detailed.
    Did you use the core or the shield?
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    I’ve used just the core and the core and shield.

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