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Clear Jacket Speaker Cable
When your setup does not require installing your cable behind a wall or ceiling, this is the cable to use.  It is made of 99.99% Oxygen-free copper with 252 individual strands to create a 14 Gauge thickness.  This high strand count significantly reduces signal loss when compared with more common speaker cable.
$19.00 – $35.00 
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Run this 2-conductor cable (+ and -) to a single speaker.

Speaker cable is made of individual strands of copper that are twisted together to result in the cable's thickness, or gauge. The lower the gauge, the thicker the cable, e.g. 14 gauge is thicker than 16 gauge. Generally speaking, thicker cable will result in less signal loss over a given length. We recommend using 14 gauge cable because it offers the best performance to cost ratio. While using thicker cable will, in theory, produce less signal loss, the difference is so insignificant that your ears will likely not be able to tell the difference.

It is equally important to know the number of individual strands that are used to produce the overall gauge. Electrons will follow the path of least resistance which tends to be on the surface area of the copper. So the more individual strands used, the greater the available surface area, and thus less signal loss. Typical clear-jacket 14 gauge speaker cable that you'll find at consumer electronics stores is manufactured with a strand count of 63. In contrast, our HTD clear-jacket cable utilizes 252 individual strands of 99.99% oxygen free cable.

Some popular cable manufacturers also use this high strand count but they will cost you about double our prices simply because they sell through distributors and retailers. And with the recent rise in the price of copper (due to strong worldwide demand), the amount you'll spend wiring your home for sound has become a significant part of your home audio budget.

With HTD speaker cable you get the quality you need at a price that won't break your budget.
14 AWG (American Wire Gauge)
252 individual strands of 99.99% oxygen free copper
2 conductors (+ and -) for connecting one speaker
One conductor clearly marked in order to easily maintain polarity
Clear outer jacket (protective plenum)

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