GLS Audio 3 feet Speaker Cable 12AWG Patch Cords - 3 ft 1/4" to 1/4" Professional Speaker Cables Black 12 Gauge Wire - Pro 3' Phono 6.3mm Cord 12G - Single
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- True 12AWG Rated (American Wire Gauge)
- Professional Quality and Construction
- Thick 10.5mm Durable & Flexible Rubber Jacke
- GLS Audio Hook and Loop Wrap (Reusable)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 20.57 x 17.78 x 2.54 cm; 159 Grams
- Date First Available : 3 April 2018
- Manufacturer : GLS Audio
- ASIN : B004Z2H07K
- Item Model Number : 37-412
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GLS Audio speaker cables are manufactured with the highest grade materials in the industry. The copper wire is rated in AWG spec which stands for "American Wire Gauge". The AWG rating was developed by the USA as a result of some wire manufacturers stating their wire was a certain spec when it really wasn't. You'll notice most imported wire and cable manufacturers will rate their wire in "G" or Gauge (not AWG). The "G" rating can be used for any wire size. For example: A 12G rated cable may only be equivalent to a 18AWG cable (or worse). There are no regulations or specifications on "G" rated cables. How can you determine if a "G" rated cable is the same spec as an AWG cable? Unfortunately, you can't unless you test the power loss per foot. Sometimes the weight may be an indicator. For example: GLS Audio 50ft 12AWG cables weigh about 4lbs whereas most of our competitors weigh about 2.5lbs. This may be a result of the copper wire gauge not being true AWG.
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Got this cable for my new Laney head and it's really handles the load quite well and sounds great. I really recommend GLS cables for your equipment!
Reviewed in the United States on 22 June 2016
Reviewed in the United States on 19 July 2020