What happens if I use a speaker cable with high resistances? The owner’s manual of my speakers (Revel M105) says “NOTE: High loop resistances that exceed 0.07 ohms (for each wire run) will cause the loudspeaker’s filter network to be misterminated, resulting in considerable degradation of sound quality.” I bought an Amazon Basic’s AWG16 cable which was made of aluminum and its DCR was 52 milli-ohm / meter (yes, I measured). Its loop resistance will be 0.2 ohm for a 2m cable (0.052 ohm x 2m x 2 for a loop). This exceeds 0.07 ohm. What damage do you expect if I use this cable for my Revel M105, and why? For example, because high DCR = high impedance, does the cable act as a low-pass filter like a coil?