Computer Cable problem. Could I potentially screw up the sync? Answered
Hello, I recently was reorganizing my desk and I decided to use these tubes to organize the cables and such.
I was just wiring up the speakers when I noticed I was using too much tubing so I cut off the excess. In the process of cutting I accidentally cut the cable to my left speaker. The left speaker is completely independent from the right and only connects to the sub-woofer.
My question is, if I were to repair is and I lose some length in the cable, will that disrupt the sync in audio? In other words, because the left cable is shorter, the electricity will travel faster and produce sound from the left before the right (theoretically).
I am also producing music so I kinda need to make sure that the speakers are in sync. Do you think that if some loss in length will affect the audio?