Cable Recs for Denon 2806 to Gallo Ref 3.1

I don't know much about speaker cables, but it sounds like lower gauge speaker cables may improve my system sound. Does anyone have a recommendation on speaker cables to use from my Denon 2806 receiver to my Gallo Reference 3.1's and Orb Audio mod 4's?

A good down to earth all around best buy for the buck speaker wire which sounds great thruout the frequency range is NAIM-NACA5..Its a good starting point if you plan to try different wire for comparison...
Thanks for the quick response. I'm going to run down to my dealer today and see if I can borrow some cables and interconnects. Any quick recs on what to ask for? I notice the NAIM is pretty inexpensive. Is there really a big difference between speaker wire? Are the MIT (or other high end)cables much better than the NAIM?
Thats what the beauty of the naim wire is very inexpensive with great sound for the buck..There is a big difference between all wire and most of it is a senergy thing within your system which you have to experiment with to your likeing.
The Naim Wire is a great starting point.I never heard Mit wire but did try many other overpriced high end brands and IMHO more money doesen't mean better.
I tried out some MIT wire and monster interconnects. I could tell very little difference.
...I also borrowed a Gallo Center Reference A/V. I love my Gallo 3.1's, but this center speaker sounded awful on my system. I couldn't hear the dialogue in movies very well...which leaves me in a dilemma...because I thought it's best to match all brands of speakers in your system. The only other thing I can guess is that my Denon 2806 is the problem and that i don't have enough power to drive the gallos. Could that be why my tiny little orbAudio's sounded more clear for dialogue than the supposedly great center Ref AV?

Is there a great center speaker out there that I could match with my Gallo 3.1s?...I'm ready to spend some big bucks to either replace my receiver (should I go separates?) and/or my center speaker setup.

Go to this link for a Gallo tweak that works....
Thank you for the link. I am a little surprised that this is necessary...putting a resister in the sub terminals? In the reference AV I'm not sure where I would do this? If I had a better receiver/amp could that avoid the resistor trick?

Ok. I ordered 3 resistors for $12. Worth a shot. On the Reference A/V can I put the resistor on the speaker in terminals?

Cable recommendations are very difficult to make as each system is different and what works for one system does not necessarily mean it will work in another system, additionally, everyone has there own tastes as to what sounds best to them. Each of these recommendations are very sincere and I am quite sure it works fine within there systems and they are quite happy. I have always found that the MIT cables have had a particular synergy with what ever system I have owned, It seems to be due to these cables having switchable impedance networks which enable you to match the impedances of your electronics as well as addressing the many additional interactions between your electronics and speakers, enabling you to extract the optimum performance your electronics and speakers are capable of. This correct matching can often make MORE of a difference than changing other pieces of electronics. I suggest you find a dealer who will let you AUDITION the MIT cables within your price range in YOUR system, I am pretty sure you will be quite impressed and your search should be over. In addition, because of our crazy hobby we tend to change electronics quite often in search of the holy grail, one great advantage of the MIT cables is that if you do make a change, you can adjust the impedance of the interconnects to achieve maximum performance with your new electronics, thus saving the cost of a new set of cables to help match your new electronics or speakers. Of course you will probably upgrade to the more expensive Mits, but that is the nature of our hobby.
ONLY use the resistor's on the 3.1's.They were to inprove the 3.1 and get rid of the SA sub amp which the reviewer though caused the problems.....

re-read the article again to see his conclusions
Got it. Thanks.
Probally received your resistors and how are they working on the sub-out posts on the 3.1's???