A reasonably priced alternative to much pricier cable, this wire is perfect for outdoor speakers, low voltage lighting and many other outdoor or direct burial applications. The cable features a specially formulated white polyethylene jacket that is U/V resistant and provides protection against water damage. The audiophile grade wire contains 168 strands of 99.9% pure copper conductors.
Double Insulated Cable
Continuous working temperature range: -20°C - 75°C
Voltage rating: 300V rams
Resistant to solvents chemicals gasoline and radiations
Resistant to UV
12 gauge 2 conductor wire
CL3R Rated for Residential and Commercial Use
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By jim from minneapolis on April 9, 2012
how does this wire stand up to ocean salt air(condo near the ocean) and how does the sound quality compare to monster cable?
By Customer Service - Q&A on April 10, 2012
Can you provide additional info?
What are you connecting to (Speakers) and from (Amplifier/Receiver)?
Are the cables going inside the wall, in the ground or hanging outside (to patio Speakers as an example)?
Note the high strand count provides flexibility and passes more current when compared to Standard cables. These are 168 strands of 30 gauge copper. These are Oxegen Free (99.9% pure copper).
By fabien sfez from paris france on April 15, 2012
please can you tell me if this cable or this one (16 Gauge 4-conductor Oxygen Free Speaker Cables 500ft
are compatible with osd ls3 speakers and can you tell me what is the best amplifier compatible with these speakers ?
By Customer Service - Q&A on April 16, 2012
The ls3 can use either cable, up to 100 ft 16-2 would be fine, 100-200 ft a 14 gauge and after 200 ft you should use a 12 gauge wire. The best amplifier would be determined by how many of these LS3 speakers you would want to connect. One to two pair the AMP120 would work, three or more pairs you may want to step up to a AMP200 and add aspeaker selector.