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It's often argued that using name brand, or high quality speaker wires can bring out the best performance from any high quality speaker system. While there is some merit to the idea of using high quality cables, it seems many companies have taken this idea far beyond it's logical limits and in so doing created a whole new snake oil industry.
These cables are capable of delivering loud, clear and crisp audio reproduction limited only by the quality of the equipment you are using.
If you're looking for a décor friendly cable, look no further than the Cmple CL2 rated speaker cable. They come with a white outer jacket to blend in with your walls and baseboards for out of wall applications and are CL2 rated to meet most building codes * for installation behind the walls when you want to keep the cables completely out of sight.
Perfect for use in or out of wall with a variety of speaker types including in-wall and in-ceiling.
Compatible with banana plugs.
Clearly distinguishable Red and Black inner jackets for determining polarity.
High quality, flame retardant PVC outer jacket.
Multi-twist, rope lay braiding.
26 strands per conductor. 0.254mm diameter per strand.
Performed as advertised. Easy to run and hook up with sturdy spool for future storage.Published 6 months ago by David L. Yocum
I wired for in ceiling speakers during new construction. This stuff slid easily through holes without snagging or otherwise getting damaged. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Laura M
Used for in wall speaker installation. Very easy to work with and maintains a very high level of sound quality. Read morePublished 24 months ago by GH
Great for the price, may have been slightly under gauge, but wire is soft, yet easy to run in the wall as I did in my set-up. Overall, good product .Published on September 3, 2013 by GJ
Considering 16/2?? Then reconsider. Even for applications (such as surround sound, shorter runs, etc. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Mere Mortal