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  • Rip cord
    Makes the cable as easy to strip as possible
  • Oxygen free copper
    Ensures premium sound quality in your systems. Higher purity copper means better low level signal transmission and great sound
  • Specifications

    Strand count


    Conductor diameter

    0.16 mm

    Number of cores


    Conductor material

    Bare copper

    Dielectric dimension

    3.4 mm

    Dielectric material


    Jacket dimension


    Jacket thickness


    Weight 16.35kg

    Jacket material


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    Speaker Wire Selection Guide

    Speaker wire plays an important role in speaker sound quality and reproduction. All speaker wire has some resistance and, over long runs, can affect audio quality. Not only can it reduce signal levels, but it can also affect the signal in a non-linear fashion, affecting different frequencies different amounts. This effectively changes the frequency response of your audio system in an unpredictable manner.

    By following a few simple guidelines, you can reduce this effect without spending a fortune on expensive cable.

    Gauge / Diameter

    AWG Diameter Suggested DOSS Cable Max Recommended Run
    for Front Speakers
    Max Recommended Run
    for Surround Speakers**
    22 0.64 mm   1.9 m 2.7 m 3.6 m 3.2 m 4.6 m 6.1 m
    20 0.81 mm 2X30-.14M 3.1 m 4.6 m 6.1 m 5.3 m 7.8 m 10.4 m
    18 1.02 mm 2X41-.16,
    4.9 m 7.3 m 9.8 m 8.3 m 12.4 m 16.7 m
    16 1.29 mm 2X91-.12,
    7.3 m 10.9 m 14.6 m 12.4 m 18.5 m 24.8 m
    14 1.63 mm   12.2 m 18.3 m 24.4 m 20.7 m 31.1 m 41.5 m
    12 2.05 mm 2X308.12R 18.3 m 27.4 m 36.6 m 31.1 m 46.6 m 62.2 m

    Values for other gauges can be found here: Wikipedia: American wire gauge
    ** A greater tolerance is allowed for Subwoofers and Surround speakers where accuracy of frequency response is not as critical.


    Instead of running a large gauge wire (ie 10+ AWG), double up lengths of a smaller gauge to double the distance. For example:

    • Instead of 10AWG to reach 60m, use two lengths of 12AWG wired in parallel to double the recommended distance
    • Use 4-cores of 16AWG to achieve 20m run; 2-cores for (+), 2-cores for (-)

    Twist, don’t shield

    Any EMI that maybe induced in speaker wires is often below standard noise levels and as such, very little is required to protect the signals from interference. However over longer runs, particularly where speaker wires are run physically parallel with power cables for significant distances, EMI may be an issue. It is recommended to uses twisted wires to reduce EMI as shielding or braiding can create a capacitance component to the dynamic resistance of the cable, undoing all your work in picking the correct gauge wires and affecting the frequency response of your system in a very unpredictable manner.

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