4 core Servo 2YSLCY-JB Motor Cable For Driver Electrical Power Double Screen Cable
code

Multi-Core

Color

customized

Conductor

copper

Temperature (°C) - flexing

-5℃~70℃

Core

Multi

MOQ

300M/Roll

High quality Outdoor Multicore Speaker coiled cable, Flexible spiral Speaker cable, HDMI Audio cables
code

Multi-Core

Color

Black, Red

Conductor

copper

Temperature (°C) - flexing

-25°C to +85°C

MOQ

300M/Roll

KMCABLE 600 FRNC speaker cable  multicore round halogen-free high flexible coil cable spiral wire
code

Multi-Core

Color

Black, Red

Conductor

copper

Temperature (°C) - flexing

-25°C to +85°C

MOQ

300M/Roll

Core

Multi

Speaker cable PVC coaxial KMCABLE speaker cable  multicore round high flexible coil cable spiral wire
code

Multi-Core

Color

Black, Red

Conductor

copper

Temperature (°C) - flexing

-25°C to +85°C

MOQ

300M/Roll

Core

Multi

Speaker cable

Speaker Cable, also known as speaker wire, is used to make the electrical connection between loudspeakers and audio amplifiers.
Modern speaker wire consists of two or more electrical conductors individually insulated by plastic (such as PVC, PE or Teflon) or, less commonly, rubber. The two wires are electrically identical, but are marked to identify the correct audio signal polarity. Most commonly, speaker wire comes in the form of zip cord.

Wire material

Copper is the most widely used material for speaker cable due to its low cost and low resistance. However, copper does oxidise so it needs to be well covered and insulated. When exposed to air, pure copper reacts to creating copper oxide which covers the exposed surface; this creates a barrier between the cable and the speaker/ amplifier therefore can weaken connections. Silver is slightly less resistive than copper meaning a thinner gauge will still offer a lower resistance, however as you might have guessed silver is expensive so a thicker copper wire will actually still be cheaper to buy. Gold however does not oxidise so it can be used for open terminations but as it has a higher resistivity to copper or silver it is rarely used as speaker cable. As with all metals, the purer the wire used, the higher the cost (per metre). Many different levels of purity are available for cables, and whether or not this brings a significant benefit to the audio is down to personal preference and for you to decide for yourself.