Many people are intimidated by the idea of installing speaker wire. They may have had a bad experience with it in the past, or they might just think that all of those wires and connections look complicated. But there is no need to be afraid; speaker wire installation isn’t as hard as you might imagine!
- IN THE BOX: 100-foot 16 gauge speaker wire cable
- CONVENIENT: Connects audio speakers to an A/V receiver or amplifier
- EASY DISPENSING: Comes wrapped around a hard plastic spool for simple dispensing
- USER FRIENDLY DESIGN: White line on one side of wire indicates the polarity for a proper audio system set up
- CLEAR AUDIO: Plastic jacket helps ensure high-quality undistorted signals to and from audio equipment
- 30-FEET (9.14m) [ RED/BLACK 12 GAUGE SPEAKER WIRE ] - The lower the gauge number, the thicker the wire. Thicker wire presents less resistance to current flow.
- COPPER CLAD ALUMINUM (CCA) - CCA wiring provides a good conductor for transmitting audio. This is the most economical option when choosing speaker wire.
- RUGGED PVC JACKET - Allows free, wide and seamless adjustment of the required physical properties of this wire such as flexibility, elasticity, and impact resistance.
- EASY POLARITY IDENTIFICATION - This two color jacket allows for easy polarity identification. Making a polarity mistake could be damaging to your audio equipment.
- SOFT TOUCH JACKET - The jacket on our cable is designed with the installer in mind. The flexibility of this jacket allows for easy routing and has a low memory.
Connecting Speaker Wires
Step by Step Process to Connect Speaker Wire
The first step is finding out what kind of wiring your speakers use- a single strand or dual strand. Single strand wiring has only one set of power lines for both positive and negative, while dual strand has two separate sets (positive/negative) to power each side.
The next step is figuring out how many channels you will need (the number on the left). For example, if you want 5 channels then 3 pairs would be required.
Now, take your speaker wire and cut it to the appropriate length– this will be determined by how far you run the cable from your speakers to the receiver.
Strip off about 1/2 inch of insulation from both ends of each piece of wire using a pair of wire strippers. Do not use a knife because it can damage or sever the wires inside. Be careful not to nick or cut any bare wires as you strip them.
What you have now is a bare speaker wire with exposed metal on either side. If your speaker doesn’t have exposed terminals for this type, you’ll need to purchase banana plugs so that they attach securely to your speakers.
Each wire that connects to your speaker will be connected to the corresponding terminal by placing one bare wire into each terminal, then screwing down the connector till it’s tight.
If you are using banana plugs, just attach them with pliers if needed. Then plug in your speakers and enjoy!
- Speaker Wire
- Wire cutter
Speaker wire installation may seem intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. If you follow these steps, the process will go smoothly and quickly.
- SPEAKER WIRE WITH BANANA PLUGS - Our GearIT 14AWG banana plug speaker wire is made from pure copper oxygen free speaker cable with speaker plugs. High quality and premium banana plug wire designed for home stereo, center channel speakers, subwoofer, and sound systems.
- SOFT TOUCH SPEAKER CABLE BANANA TIP - Our 14g high end terminated speaker wire with banana tips come with a soft touch jacket and color coding to distinguish polarity. Typically, a red banana tip is positive and white banana tip is negative.
- DUAL BANANA WIRE SPEAKER PLUGS - The double banana plug tips for speaker wire are gold plated, corrosion resistant with premium high strand count for highest clarity, sound accuracy, and low signal distortion.
- FLEXIBLE HIFI BANANA PLUG WIRE - Best GearIT banana plug wire for bi-wire or bi-amp without the hassle, customization, and cutting your own banana plug speaker wire. Package Contents: Each package includes 2 x speaker cable with dual banana plugs for your hi fi home stereo speaker system.
- FOR HOME STEREO, SPEAKER, SUBWOOFER - Our GearIT speaker wire banana tip cable comes in 3ft (1m), 6ft (2m), 10ft (3m), 12ft, 15ft, 16.4ft (5m) lengths and black, navy, brown, and clear colored banana speaker wire for bi-wiring or bi-amping. Search on Amazon for GearIT 14 Gauge Speaker Cable Banana Plugs'' to find all our 14 ga speaker wires with banana plugs. All GearIT stereo speaker copper wires come with a limited lifetime warranty.
- PROFESSIONAL CABLES: The speakon speaker cable is made of Premium PVC-85P and Full Copper Wire, making it soft lightweight but very durable for a very long time. The audio cord is made with Iindustrial Grade Construction and delivers premium performance without noise, static, or buzzing, you will never be regreted of buying that.
- PERFECT FOR ANY HIGH POWER APPLICATION: The stereo cable features black and blue colored male connectors at each end with spring-loaded lock release latches. Accurate and dependable twist lock latching system "Quick Lock", being capable of carrying high current. Perfect for high power loudspeaker application: stage monitors, house speaker, and subwoofers etc.
- 25 FT. 12 GAUGE: This 25 ft. 12 gauge Premium 1/4 to 1/4 Inch Speaker Cable gives you sufficient allowance to move around for energetic on stage performances yet still provides ultimate audio delivery.
- MADE TO LAST: The speakon cable performs well every time as if it was first time. Excellent wear- resistant feature makes it can withstand being tugged, stepped on, twisted, pulled, and dragged. With good elasticity and toughness, they are very flexible, and coil up easily.
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You can also feel more confident when adding new speakers or wiring in a surround sound system because this article walks you through every step of the speaker wire installation.
The next time someone tells you that they don’t want to mess with wires because they’re too complicated– tell them about your experience!