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Crutchfield In-wall Speaker Wire

16-gauge, 4-conductor wire (500-ft. roll)

Item # 007IW416D

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Item # 007IW416D

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$379.99 -$130.00 Price break

$249.99

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About the Crutchfield In-wall Speaker Wire

This 4-conductor wire comes encased in a smooth, durable jacket that makes pulling wires through wall studs a breeze. Plus, with a 4-conductor cable, you can run just one cable from your amplifier or receiver to a pair of speakers or in-wall volume control, so you'll have just one cable to pull, secure, and identify.

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  • 500' Spool of 16-gauge/4-conductor in-wall speaker wire (white jacket)

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Features & Dimensions

Crutchfield In-Wall Speaker Wire:

  • Rating: CL3-rated for in-wall installation
  • Gauge: 16 AWG
  • Conductors: 4
  • Wire Construction: Oxygen Free Copper
  • Jacket: Flexible white jacket
  • Width: 0.335"
  • Height: 0.255"
  • Length: sold in a 100' or 500' roll

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21 questions already asked

Q
What gauge wile is appropriate for an eighty five foot run from speakers to amplifier?
[ Sam  May 04, 2021 ]
1 answer
A
Personally I would go with 14 gauge for that long of a run.
[ Robert  May 04, 2021 ]
Q
What is the stranding specification for Crutchfield speaker wire? (Example 65x34 strand count and winding spec)
[ SANJEEV  Dec 22, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
16 gauge is sufficient for shorter runs as strand count is less important the overall size . Strand count will affect the flexibility of the cable. For longer runs 14 or 12 gauge should be used
[ steven  Jan 07, 2021 ]
Q
Can this be used for two rear speakers, in a surround system? The white covering would need to be cut off so two of the wires go to one speaker and of course the other two wires go to the other speaker. Will this cause any interference since the white covering would be cut off for about 10 feet, at the speakers in the ceiling.
[ Albert Huth  Sep 10, 2019 ]
2 answers
A
I used this wire for exactly that purpose for a pair of outdoor speakers (Klipsch CP-6, also purchased from Crutchfield). After connecting the left speaker, I removed the outer jacket & ran the remaining pair of wires approximately 20 feet to where the right speaker was installed. It worked perfectly & we enjoy music on the back deck!
[ William F.  Sep 10, 2019 ]
A
Removing the white covering will not in any way change what you hear. It is not shielding. Think of it as the thing that makes pulling the wire easier. The inner wires have colored insulation on them which is to keep bare metal touching each other. You will be fine using it as you describe.
[ Robert  Sep 10, 2019 ]
Q
What gauge wile is appropriate for an eighty five foot run from speakers to amplifier?
[ Sam  May 04, 2021 ]
1 answer
A
Personally I would go with 14 gauge for that long of a run.
[ Robert  May 04, 2021 ]
Q
What is the stranding specification for Crutchfield speaker wire? (Example 65x34 strand count and winding spec)
[ SANJEEV  Dec 22, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
16 gauge is sufficient for shorter runs as strand count is less important the overall size . Strand count will affect the flexibility of the cable. For longer runs 14 or 12 gauge should be used
[ steven  Jan 07, 2021 ]
Q
Can this be used for two rear speakers, in a surround system? The white covering would need to be cut off so two of the wires go to one speaker and of course the other two wires go to the other speaker. Will this cause any interference since the white covering would be cut off for about 10 feet, at the speakers in the ceiling.
[ Albert Huth  Sep 10, 2019 ]
2 answers
A
I used this wire for exactly that purpose for a pair of outdoor speakers (Klipsch CP-6, also purchased from Crutchfield). After connecting the left speaker, I removed the outer jacket & ran the remaining pair of wires approximately 20 feet to where the right speaker was installed. It worked perfectly & we enjoy music on the back deck!
[ William F.  Sep 10, 2019 ]
A
Removing the white covering will not in any way change what you hear. It is not shielding. Think of it as the thing that makes pulling the wire easier. The inner wires have colored insulation on them which is to keep bare metal touching each other. You will be fine using it as you describe.
[ Robert  Sep 10, 2019 ]
Q
What gauge wile is appropriate for an eighty five foot run from speakers to amplifier?
[ Sam  May 04, 2021 ]
1 answer
A
Personally I would go with 14 gauge for that long of a run.
[ Robert  May 04, 2021 ]
Q
What is the stranding specification for Crutchfield speaker wire? (Example 65x34 strand count and winding spec)
[ SANJEEV  Dec 22, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
16 gauge is sufficient for shorter runs as strand count is less important the overall size . Strand count will affect the flexibility of the cable. For longer runs 14 or 12 gauge should be used
[ steven  Jan 07, 2021 ]
Q
Can this be used for two rear speakers, in a surround system? The white covering would need to be cut off so two of the wires go to one speaker and of course the other two wires go to the other speaker. Will this cause any interference since the white covering would be cut off for about 10 feet, at the speakers in the ceiling.
[ Albert Huth  Sep 10, 2019 ]
2 answers
A
I used this wire for exactly that purpose for a pair of outdoor speakers (Klipsch CP-6, also purchased from Crutchfield). After connecting the left speaker, I removed the outer jacket & ran the remaining pair of wires approximately 20 feet to where the right speaker was installed. It worked perfectly & we enjoy music on the back deck!
[ William F.  Sep 10, 2019 ]
A
Removing the white covering will not in any way change what you hear. It is not shielding. Think of it as the thing that makes pulling the wire easier. The inner wires have colored insulation on them which is to keep bare metal touching each other. You will be fine using it as you describe.
[ Robert  Sep 10, 2019 ]
Q
What gauge wile is appropriate for an eighty five foot run from speakers to amplifier?
[ Sam  May 04, 2021 ]
1 answer
A
Personally I would go with 14 gauge for that long of a run.
[ Robert  May 04, 2021 ]
Q
What is the stranding specification for Crutchfield speaker wire? (Example 65x34 strand count and winding spec)
[ SANJEEV  Dec 22, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
16 gauge is sufficient for shorter runs as strand count is less important the overall size . Strand count will affect the flexibility of the cable. For longer runs 14 or 12 gauge should be used
[ steven  Jan 07, 2021 ]
Q
Can this be used for two rear speakers, in a surround system? The white covering would need to be cut off so two of the wires go to one speaker and of course the other two wires go to the other speaker. Will this cause any interference since the white covering would be cut off for about 10 feet, at the speakers in the ceiling.
[ Albert Huth  Sep 10, 2019 ]
2 answers
A
I used this wire for exactly that purpose for a pair of outdoor speakers (Klipsch CP-6, also purchased from Crutchfield). After connecting the left speaker, I removed the outer jacket & ran the remaining pair of wires approximately 20 feet to where the right speaker was installed. It worked perfectly & we enjoy music on the back deck!
[ William F.  Sep 10, 2019 ]
A
Removing the white covering will not in any way change what you hear. It is not shielding. Think of it as the thing that makes pulling the wire easier. The inner wires have colored insulation on them which is to keep bare metal touching each other. You will be fine using it as you describe.
[ Robert  Sep 10, 2019 ]
Q
What gauge wile is appropriate for an eighty five foot run from speakers to amplifier?
[ Sam  May 04, 2021 ]
1 answer
A
Personally I would go with 14 gauge for that long of a run.
[ Robert  May 04, 2021 ]
Q
What is the stranding specification for Crutchfield speaker wire? (Example 65x34 strand count and winding spec)
[ SANJEEV  Dec 22, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
16 gauge is sufficient for shorter runs as strand count is less important the overall size . Strand count will affect the flexibility of the cable. For longer runs 14 or 12 gauge should be used
[ steven  Jan 07, 2021 ]
Q
Can this be used for two rear speakers, in a surround system? The white covering would need to be cut off so two of the wires go to one speaker and of course the other two wires go to the other speaker. Will this cause any interference since the white covering would be cut off for about 10 feet, at the speakers in the ceiling.
[ Albert Huth  Sep 10, 2019 ]
2 answers
A
I used this wire for exactly that purpose for a pair of outdoor speakers (Klipsch CP-6, also purchased from Crutchfield). After connecting the left speaker, I removed the outer jacket & ran the remaining pair of wires approximately 20 feet to where the right speaker was installed. It worked perfectly & we enjoy music on the back deck!
[ William F.  Sep 10, 2019 ]
A
Removing the white covering will not in any way change what you hear. It is not shielding. Think of it as the thing that makes pulling the wire easier. The inner wires have colored insulation on them which is to keep bare metal touching each other. You will be fine using it as you describe.
[ Robert  Sep 10, 2019 ]
Q
What gauge wile is appropriate for an eighty five foot run from speakers to amplifier?
[ Sam  May 04, 2021 ]
1 answer
A
Personally I would go with 14 gauge for that long of a run.
[ Robert  May 04, 2021 ]
Q
What is the stranding specification for Crutchfield speaker wire? (Example 65x34 strand count and winding spec)
[ SANJEEV  Dec 22, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
16 gauge is sufficient for shorter runs as strand count is less important the overall size . Strand count will affect the flexibility of the cable. For longer runs 14 or 12 gauge should be used
[ steven  Jan 07, 2021 ]
Q
Can this be used for two rear speakers, in a surround system? The white covering would need to be cut off so two of the wires go to one speaker and of course the other two wires go to the other speaker. Will this cause any interference since the white covering would be cut off for about 10 feet, at the speakers in the ceiling.
[ Albert Huth  Sep 10, 2019 ]
2 answers
A
I used this wire for exactly that purpose for a pair of outdoor speakers (Klipsch CP-6, also purchased from Crutchfield). After connecting the left speaker, I removed the outer jacket & ran the remaining pair of wires approximately 20 feet to where the right speaker was installed. It worked perfectly & we enjoy music on the back deck!
[ William F.  Sep 10, 2019 ]
A
Removing the white covering will not in any way change what you hear. It is not shielding. Think of it as the thing that makes pulling the wire easier. The inner wires have colored insulation on them which is to keep bare metal touching each other. You will be fine using it as you describe.
[ Robert  Sep 10, 2019 ]
Q
What gauge wile is appropriate for an eighty five foot run from speakers to amplifier?
[ Sam  May 04, 2021 ]
1 answer
A
Personally I would go with 14 gauge for that long of a run.
[ Robert  May 04, 2021 ]
Q
What is the stranding specification for Crutchfield speaker wire? (Example 65x34 strand count and winding spec)
[ SANJEEV  Dec 22, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
16 gauge is sufficient for shorter runs as strand count is less important the overall size . Strand count will affect the flexibility of the cable. For longer runs 14 or 12 gauge should be used
[ steven  Jan 07, 2021 ]
Q
Can this be used for two rear speakers, in a surround system? The white covering would need to be cut off so two of the wires go to one speaker and of course the other two wires go to the other speaker. Will this cause any interference since the white covering would be cut off for about 10 feet, at the speakers in the ceiling.
[ Albert Huth  Sep 10, 2019 ]
2 answers
A
I used this wire for exactly that purpose for a pair of outdoor speakers (Klipsch CP-6, also purchased from Crutchfield). After connecting the left speaker, I removed the outer jacket & ran the remaining pair of wires approximately 20 feet to where the right speaker was installed. It worked perfectly & we enjoy music on the back deck!
[ William F.  Sep 10, 2019 ]
A
Removing the white covering will not in any way change what you hear. It is not shielding. Think of it as the thing that makes pulling the wire easier. The inner wires have colored insulation on them which is to keep bare metal touching each other. You will be fine using it as you describe.
[ Robert  Sep 10, 2019 ]
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