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So I have been reading a ton on this and it seems like the consensus is to use
Gepco 61801 for RCAs. With that said, most of my runs are 5-8 inches and contain 2 sharp bends. Can this cable support that flexibility or is there better?

Also, for properly shielded and drained and .... cables which wires are needed from which cable.

1x TRS->2x Male RCAs [8in](Computer to MS-8)
4x Single RCA Cables [5-8 in] (MS-8 to JL HD600/4)
1x RCA->2xRCA [20in] (MS-8 to JL HD750/1) This cable will be within 2 inches of power

Since my cable lengths are so short, I would be willing to pay up to like $5 a foot if needed for quality shielding and FLEXIBILITY.

Also, just for reference, I have seas lotus reference speakers so I want something that has 0 interference cause they will pick it up.

Lastly, planning on using locking RCA connectors, is this necessary. I kind of figure with all the vibrations in the trunk better safe than sorry.

Thanks in advance for the help.
 

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if you are talking about 5" jumpers. two pieces of wire twisted together will work. you are not gonna pick up noise at those lengths.
 
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