Get the most out of your home audio system with high quality pure bare copper speaker wire from Monoprice! The speaker wire features two or four conductors made of high purity (greater than 99.95% pure) bare copper. Pure Bare Copper is a superior conductor to the copper clad aluminum (CCA) that is used in many other inexpensive speaker wire. CCA is only about 68% as conductive as pure bare copper and the additional resistance is added to the impedance of the speakers which can negatively effect the sound. For the wire to have no audible effect, the total wire resistance should be no more than 5% of the lowest impedance of your speakers. Even speakers rated for a nominal 8-ohms, may dip to as low as 4-ohms at some frequencies, which further reduces the total cable resistance allowed in the wire. Using Pure Bare Copper speaker wire ensures that the total load put on the amplifier remains as close as possible to the impedance curve of your speakers. Each conductor in the speaker wire is jacketed with color-coded PVC for easy polarity identification. The CL3 rating indicates that the cable complies with fire safety and insurance requirements, making it safe for use inside the walls of residential class buildings. It also means the wires can carry a surge of up to 300 watts, which is double of what the CL2 rating can carry (150 watts).
CL3 In-Wall Rated: The CL3 rating indicates the cable’s compliance with fire safety and insurance requirements. It is safe for use inside the walls of residential class buildings. A CL3 rating can carry a surge of up to 300 watts, which is double what a CL2 rating can carry (150 watts).
Superior conductor to the Copper Clad Aluminum (CCA).
Color-coded PVC for easy polarity identification.
250 continuous feet of speaker wire on a spool.
Benefits of quality speakers
With quality speakers, you can expect a much better listening experience. One of the main advantages is that they provide clearer and more accurate sound, allowing you to hear all the details in your favorite music or movies. This is because these speakers are designed to reproduce a wider and more accurate frequency range, which means you can hear the lowest and highest sounds more clearly.
In addition, quality speakers typically have a more powerful and immersive sound, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the listening experience. This is especially useful when watching movies, as it allows you to feel as if you are in the scene itself.
Another advantage of quality speakers is their durable and sturdy construction. Quality speakers are made from high-quality materials and are designed to withstand prolonged use. This means that you can enjoy high-quality sound for many years without having to worry about the need to replace them.
In short, quality speakers offer a much better listening experience, with clearer, more accurate and powerful sound, better bass and treble reproduction, and a durable, rugged construction for long-lasting use.
There are several types of speakers, including:
1.-Box speakers: these are the most common speakers and are used in a variety of applications, from home sound systems to professional sound equipment.
2.-Column speakers: they are similar to box speakers, but have a taller and more streamlined design.
3.-Satellite speakers: are small speakers that are used in conjunction with a subwoofer to provide surround sound.
4.-Tweeter and midrange speakers: these are specialized speakers used to reproduce high and mid-frequency sounds.
5.-Bass speakers: these are specialized speakers used to reproduce low frequency sounds, such as bass.
6.-Wireless speakers: speakers that connect to a device via a wireless connection, such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
7.-Home theater speakers: these are specialized speakers used in home theater systems to provide high-quality, immersive sound.
8.-Monitor speakers: these are specialized speakers used in recording and production studios to provide accurate and detailed sound.
9.-Bookshelf speakers: are medium-sized speakers that are placed on a shelf or furniture, ideal for small environments and to complement a home sound system.