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Product code: JA-14-2
Ideal for outdoor and in-wall applications, the 14-Gauge, Two-Conductor, Oxygen-Free Burial-Rated In-Wall Speaker Cable in a 100-foot length is CL-rated and ready to connect your audio. With a specially formulated UV-resistant, white polyethylene jacket that provides protection against water damage, this high quality wire contains 41 strands of 99.9 percent pure copper conductors. It's RoHS-compliant and CL3R-rated for residential and commercial use.
I am still waiting to hear from our Factory regarding the specs of our CL3 speaker wire. Our wire not only features a CL3 rated outer jacket where it is certified to install in a wall for all residential applications and most commercial installs. The exception for industrial applications the cable can not mount in a heating/cooling duct (that would-be a cable with an outer plenum jacket). The CL3 will not burn only melt and not give off toxic fumes if a fire does break out. An uncertified cable would spread a flame-like a fuse between the stud bays. We also add a UV coating in the outer jacket, allowing it to use as a direct burial cable. I have never seen a cable look like your image and especially our cable. I will post the specs on our page when I receive them. I will send you an email as well. By the way, a rule of thumb when selecting as speaker cable with full range signal: 1 to 80 feet; 16 AWG, 81 to 200 feet; 14 AWG and 200 plus; 12 AWG. When running, just a Low-Frequency signal like for a subwoofer; 0 to5 0 feet; 14AWG, 50 plus; 12 AWG. Note if you are using a Volume Control or Speaker Selector most of their input and output connectors are made to accept 16 AWG. 14 AWG will work but is tight. Most amplifiers/Receivers and speaker connections will allow up to 12 AWG.
All our CL3 Rated Speaker Wire, 16, 14 and 12 gauge are 100% pure Oxygen Free Copper. We do not use Copper Clad Aluminum for any of our Speaker Wire.
Our cable is multi-strand and Oxegen Free Copper. Two keys specs for Marine application. True Marine cable adds a coating of tin to each conductor and the jacket is oil and heat resistant. You might want to tin the exposed ends of the cables. There is a reference to SAE (Society of Automotive Engineering) rated cables. These would be for connecting Speakers only. The outer jacket is CL3 rated (fire retardant, approved for in-wall application for all residential and most commercial). It does not burn or give off toxic fumes. We add a UV protection so it can be used for direct burial. I hope that helps.