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14AWG CL2 Rated 2-Conductor Speaker Cable

60 degree PVC Jacket
CL2 Rated UL Listed
14 AWG/2 Conductor
41 Strand/ 0.254 mm
Stranded Bare Copper
Price: $149.95
Manufacturer Code: 14/2-500
3 Star 14/2 500' BOX 14AWG 2C White Speaker Cable
14 gauge, 2 wire Speaker Cable, CL2 UL, 500ft in a sturdy pull box. A good solid connection is essential for best performance of any audio system. Excellent for in-home audio applications.

  • 14AWG, 2-conductor
  • Conductor material: Stranded bare copper
  • Construction: 41/0. 254BS ± 0.008mm
  • Stranded diameter: 1.87mm
  • Insulation Material: 32P 60°C PVC
  • Insulation Nom Thickness: 0.39 (ref.)
  • Insulation Diameter: 2.65 ± 0.05mm
  • Filler Material: 420D Nylon
  • Jacket Material: 60P 60°C PVC
  • Jacket Thickness: 0.80mm min / 0.95mm nom (ref.)
  • Jacket Outside Diameter: 7.0 ± 0.15mm
  • Color: White
  • Qty: 500 feet
  • Package: Pull box
  • Availability: Usually ships in 24 Hrs
    Shipping: Can ship anywhere
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    Speaker wire performance is gauged by Resistance, Capacitance, and Inductance. The shorter a wire is, the better, as resistance increases with length. As long as the resistance is kept to less than 5% of the speaker impedance, it will suffice for home use. The resistance of speaker connection cable in 16-gauge or heavier wire has no detectable effect in runs of 50 feet or less in most loudspeaker connections. The lower the impedance of the speaker, the greater the impact of the resistance of the speaker wire will have. High power car audio systems using 2 ohm speaker circuits need relatively thick cables. The gauge sizes in AWG (American wire gauge) reduce as the wire gets larger. Thicker wires in a cable reduce resistance. Better purification of copper reduces oxidation and results in more consistent conductivity throughout the length of cable used.