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14Awg Cl2-Rated Two-Conductor In-Wall Speaker Cable 250 Feet

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You've come a long way since the days when you strung speaker wires in your college dorm room or first apartment. Those wires didn't have to look great, and you probably didn't pay much attention to their specifications. As long as sound came out of the speakers - and it was loud - the wires were good enough. Now that you have a home theater or more sophisticated audio setup, "good enough" isn't good enough anymore. You need loud speaker cable which will provide high fidelity, low signal loss and be able to faithfully deliver sound over a wide frequency range. You need Cmple's 14AWG two-conductor loud speaker cable. This isn't cheap, run-of-the-mill cable. It is rope lay, multi-twist cabling made of 14-gauge, copper clad aluminum, designed to withstand the stresses which can occasionally occur when wires are run or accidentally pulled, pushed or tripped on. Its flexibility is also ideal for cable runs which require bends or twists along the way. The two conductors are color-coded for easy identification, and sheathed in a high-quality, flame-retardant outer jacket made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride). It can stand up to just about anything you can throw at it. The jacket is white in color, so that it will easily blend in with your walls and baseboards if you opt for an out-of-wall installation. What's even better is that this Cmple loud speaker cable is CL2 rated for Class 2 circuits as defined in the National Electrical Code. That means it can safely be run inside your walls or ceilings while satisfying most local building codes (although you can certainly run it outside of your walls if you wish) - the only place it can't be run is in plenums. What's best, of course, is the sound quality you get when using this cabling. It delivers audio which is crisp and clear, whether you're listening to the quiet sounds of a string quartet or the loud, pounding music of Soundgarden or Alice in Chains.