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Is RCA cable and stripped wires are same?

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ok.I have 2 audio set.the one are using RCA cable for the satellite(the two speaker that produce mid and high frequency) to connect to the subwoofer and the other used stripped wires for the satellite to connect to the subwoofer..I want to cut the one that use RCA cable and make the end of it into stripped wires so that it can connect to the other subwoofer that using stripped wires to connect.Because my audio set that used stripped wire's satellite wasnt produce clear sound.so i want to replace it with the satellite that used RCA cable because it produce much clear sound..
the only problem is..is RCA cable when cut the end of it will become same as stripped wire cable.The watt RMS for the two satellite are the same at 7.5w each.

the picture of RCA CABLE
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/co…

picture of stripped wires cable
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en…

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If the impedane and wattage match, it should be a straight swap. depending on the amp, it's possible that it can handle speakers of different impedance and different wattage just fine.

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