FYI, IMHO you should have both lengths equal. Especially at those distances. Shorter lengths would not matter so much.
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I forgot to mention the main reason I suggested the Belden
1694 is because it uses a copper center, and sheild too I
think.1694a is a solid copper center,1694f has a stranded or
more flexible system.Regular RG6 is mostly copper covered
solid steel center,and aluminum shielding.Not the best,but
gets by.A friend uses RG6 for 6'interconnects,and says it
works great.I haven't heard it though.The dealers might be
of help about RG6 for sub-interconnects.Maybe while your at
it,think about CAT5e- CAT6 cable runs for future something?
A link for 1694 cable.>>>[http://www.belden.com/pdfs/Prodbull/NP233.pdf] Belden makes all kinds of a/v wire.
Cost per value blue jeans cables. 12 or 14 guage. If you want to go a little high Kimber makes some nice 12/4 speaker cable I run alot of. This is a must - Keep the speaker cables the same length though. Changing the length effects the sound a little so you want both speaker wiires at 40' so they have the same resistance etc.