A Few Words on Loudspeaker Cable
Speaker cable has always been a main area of audio woo-woo. From »oxygen-free copper«, which is pretty much impossible to obtain, all the way to carbon fibre-coated speaker wire, there’s an incredible lot of snake oil to bamboozle the moneyed audiophile.
Objectively, a loudspeaker cable has only one important feature: its resistance. And copper is one of the best electronic conductors. So the easiest and cheapest way to bring down resistance is using copper cable with a sufficent cross-section. But don't exaggerate: You wont’ need a 0.16” cable to connect your speakers to a 200 watt amplifier that is placed just two metres away.
If you want to learn a little more about loudspeaker wire pseudoscience, we recommend the following articles that shed a light on cable myths:
Good value for money
As a long-standing supplier to audio professionals, we’re not into speaker cable myths. That’s why we still offer reasonably priced no-nonsense speaker cable and nothing but that.
Our professional customers don’t feel like needlessly wasting a bazillion of quid on loudspeaker cables instead of spending it on high-quality audio equipment that really makes a difference.
If you think the same way, simply enter the desired length and wire diameter, and we cut it off the roll for you.