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Speakers have essentially become a part of our lives: we need speakers here and there, every now and then. Perhaps, one of the most popular speaker-related application is a home theater. However, there is no denying that it constitutes an essential for various other purposes, for example, entertainment, education, and so forth. The list may even be endless. The point is we need speakers. Read below more for in-wall speaker cable. You can find speakers almost anywhere if you know where to look, but that is not the concern here. The concern is that speaker cable. You might bring home the most premium quality speakers but you lack any knowledge of what speaker cable it would go with. There are several of them: 12, 14, and 12AWG speaker cables. Normally, we tend to know that a speaker cable carries audio-related signals from point A (source) to point B (speakers). That may be just the surface of it. Consider an analog signal: when it is sent via speaker cable, it is in the form of electricity. The signal imitates the waveform of the voice/music that is being transmitted but once it is transmitted all the way to the speakers, it emerges as a sound. Two things become significantly important to be considered: the wavelength and impedance (which has been generally referred to as resistance though).
Let’s consider this: there is a narrow archway through which 5 people can pass in a half a minute, but on the other hand, there is a wide archway that allows 13 people through in the same amount of time. What exactly is the principle of resistance? The wide archway has a lower resistance as compared to the narrow archway. The same is the case with a speaker cable. A wide or a thicker speaker cable allows a higher signal flow through it whereas a thinner speaker cable will allow fewer signals to be transmitted resulting in the quality of the output being seriously undermined. The resistance in the cable has a relationship with the length of the cable. The relationship between resistance and wire length is proportional which means that longer the wire, more will be the resistance. To measure the diameter of wires, American Gauge wire has been the standard of the industry for a long time, and hence we have different AWGs. The thickness varies with the gauge scale. The lower the gauge scale, the thicker will be the wire. Therefore, 12 American Gauge Wire is the thickest one that we carry. Here, we believe in quality and nothing less than that. We have in-wall speaker cable (12, 14, and 18AWG speaker cables) and have the right length and thickness to it so that you can enjoy the optimal quality transmissions.