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Belkin Pureav Speaker Cable & Speaker Pins 30m - £13.50 Delivered @ Kikatek
Belkin Pureav Speaker Cable & Speaker Pins 30m - £13.50 Delivered @ Kikatek

Belkin Pureav Speaker Cable & Speaker Pins 30m - £13.50 Delivered @ Kikatek

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I was looking for a decent speaker cable and realised this is not a bad price, specially when the 15m one is sold at £12.

High-Performance 16 Gauge Speaker Cable with Precision-Formulated Polyethylene Dielectric Material for High-Accuracy and Natural Sound Quality. Using advanced engineering methods and the highest-quality materials, PureAV Speaker Cables deliver the purest audio solution available. Ordinary speaker cables sacrifice performance by using lower-grade materials, including steel or low-purity copper conductors. This can result in signal loss that causes poor high-frequency reproduction, and sound that is not truly accurate. PureAV's speaker cables use polyethylene dielectrics to maintain signal strength over longer distances.

Sixteen-gauge speaker cables improve power transfer over 18-gauge, resulting in natural, more accurate sound. They offer a larger construction and more copper than 18-gauge, which is the recommended minimum gauge for smooth sound reproduction. The longer the cable length and the larger the amp, the heavier the gauge required.

Main Features:
Delivers better audio clarity and a more natural sounding midrange with superior-grade, 99.99%-purity copper conductors
Generates better high frequencies and a more realistic stereo image using precision-formulated polyethylene dielectric material
Creates precise contact and increased durability with 4 corrosion-resistant, 24k gold speaker pins

Manufactuer's Warranty: Lifetime Warranty.

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Not heard of the company - anyone used them before because thats a decent price imho.

Original Poster

Sorry, out of stock!

Original Poster

There's one being sold on eBay at a similar price:

http://****.co.uk/Bel…853

Noooooooooooo , ah well, quick someone, find me a speaker cable deal for my rear speakers as want to move them around and laid the last cable under the wooden flooring when i put it in so can't re-use it as not enough spare length on it

Generates better high frequencies and a more realistic stereo image using … Generates better high frequencies and a more realistic stereo image using precision-formulated polyethylene dielectric material

good grief, how stupid do they think we are?
Edited by: "pete_l" 22nd Mar 2011


Evz1974

Noooooooooooo , ah well, quick someone, find me a speaker cable deal for … Noooooooooooo , ah well, quick someone, find me a speaker cable deal for my rear speakers as want to move them around and laid the last cable under the wooden flooring when i put it in so can't re-use it as not enough spare length on it



Why not just extend the existing cabling using the same gauge speaker wire that you used originally? Either by retrimming the ends and soldering to the new length and heat sink tubing/or insulation taping, or use terminal block connectors.

If you have high end AV equipment, it would not be recommended by the *true* audiophiles, but for rear speakers and the purpose you want to do it for, it certainly is the most trouble free, cost saving and I highly doubt you would notice any degradation in sound quality by ensuring you use the same speaker gauge wire.

If you google, you will find that people do this all the time, although I have more recently had fresh cable, I have previously done this and found no degradation in sound quality.
Edited by: "cicobuff" 22nd Mar 2011

Not a bad shout but I have no clue what the original gauge is on current speakers, from an old unit I just ripped it off, might give it a whirl anyway!
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