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500ft 16AWG 2 Wire CL3 Speaker Wire Cable, Bare Copper (For In-Wall Installations)
Speaker wires are used to make electrical connections for audio devices such as loudspeaker systems and audio amplifiers. Often times, a speaker wire will consist of two or more electrical conductors that are individually insulated. There are several types of speaker wire in the market today; however what matters most in a quality speaker wire is the result of thicker wires and copper material that are effectively used to reduce resistance, increase conductivity, while providing cost-effectiveness. A thicker wire prevents degradation from occurring as speaker resistance drops. The use of copper results in more conductivity and cost savings versus other materials, such as aluminum, silver, and gold.
PI Manufacturing's Leapmicro series speaker wire cables are made for delivering high fidelity audio that guarantees home audio enthusiasts with the most crisp, clear, and precise experience ever. Our speaker wire uses highly conductive copper with 16 AWG wires to deliver high quality performance, while providing maximum value for your money. Moreover, our speaker wire cables can be installed in-wall, hiding messy cables and can also be used for out of the wall applications.
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|Construction||65 x 0.16mm|
|Cross Section||AWG16 x 2|
|Diameter||2.1mm x 2C|
|Color||1) Red 2) Black|
|Max Operating Voltage||300V|
|DC Resistance at 20°C||13.7 ohm K/M|
|Insulation Resistance||30.5 Mohm|
|Operating Temperature||-20°C ~ 75°C|
|Min. Tensile Strength||10.3 Mpa|
|Flammability||UL1685 Vertical Tray, FT4/IEEE 1202|