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Atlona Speaker Cable – ATLONA 10 GAUGE SPEAKER CABLE (AREA – 5.262mm²)

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Product Description:



Atlona 10 gauge speaker cable for anyone, who likes a better sound. Unlike thin cables, thicker
cables are capable of handling a much higher amperage.




15m ( 49.5ft ) Atlona 10 Gauge Speaker Cable. Model# AT12210-15



Atlona 10 gauge speaker
cable for anyone, who likes a better sound. Unlike thin cables, thicker
cables are capable of handling much higher amperage. Higher amperage
means that the lower frequency transfer capabilities are greatly
improved which results in a much deeper and more responsive bass. In
this cable two conductors were place further apart than in most cables
to allow a simple attachment to the wall with just nails, unlike with
most other cables you have to use small plastic brackets to attach the
cable to the wall. Insulation was also greatly improved. PVC and PE
insulation was used to improve the cable rigidity. Higher-purity Oxygen
Free Copper (OFC) was used to improve the conductivity of the cable, to
reduce signal loss and signal degradation, to reduce electric resistance
and to improve overall signal transmission. An Improved multi-strand
design will allow a perfect transmission of a full range of audio
frequencies, which results in a full, theater like sound. This cable is
used primarily to connect speakers to an audio receiver, but can also be
used in power cable applications.




Specs:



    * Atlona 10 AWG speaker wire

    * 15m (49.5ft) High-Purity Oxygen Free Copper conductors

    * Dual insulation made of PVC and PE

    * Diameter of a single conductor with jacket is 6mm

    * Overall width of the cable is 16mm

    * Distance between conductors is 4mm

    * Weight of a 15m (49.5ft) roll is 4.75lbs

    * SKU : AT12210-15

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