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T-Spec Speaker Wire

Speaker wire with black/white jacket — priced per foot (16-gauge)

Item # 120SW16WB1

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Item # 120SW16WB1

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About the T-Spec Speaker Wire

Buck Pomerantz

This wire meets the highest specifications

Your amplifier puts out big power and needs low-resistance wiring in order to deliver its power effectively. T-Spec speaker wire meets all American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) standards for size, resistance, and insulation quality, so you can be sure that your power will flow efficiently to your speakers and subs.

Tinned oxygen-free copper wire

Recycled copper often contains impurities and contaminants from the recycling process that can adversely affect a copper wire's conductivity. That's why T-Spec uses only oxygen-free non-recycled, virgin copper to maximize power flow in their speaker wires. T-Spec tins the pure copper wire to protect against oxidation and tarnish which would reduce conduction. The high strand count of this cable and its special PVC blended jacket give it an extraordinary flexibility for an easier installation. In fact, this speaker wire is so rugged that it's recommended for marine use, as well. Warranty: 1 year.

This wire is sold by the foot — enter the number of feet desired in the "quantity" field of your shopping cart.

What's in the box:

  • 16 AWG speaker wire with white/black jacket (sold by the foot)
MFR #V10SW16WB-1

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T-Spec v10-Series Speaker Wire: T-Spec v10-series speaker wire meets CEA-2015 and ANSI specifications for gauge size. It also meets BC-5W2 marine compliance. Constructed of tinned Oxygen-free copper, T-Spec speaker wire has a high strand count for maximum conductivity to give your speakers the highest signal capability. The wire is wrapped in an ultra-flexible black/white PVC blended jacket. The white jacketed conductor is square in shape, and is marked for positive (+) connection. The black jacketed conductor is round in shape, and is unmarked.

Note: This bulk speaker wire is sold by the foot, and is cut to order.

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7 questions already asked

I'm looking to hookup 2 12 inch subs to a 2000 watts amp what install kit and wire do I need both subs to one amp ?
[ THOMAS  May 29, 2022 ]
1 answer
Good Afternoon Thomas, thank you for reaching out to us and that is a great question. For a 2000 watt rms mono amp, you would want to use a 1/0 gauge amp wiring kit like the Crutchfield CK1 #007CK1. For speaker wire you can use this T-spec 12 gauge wire to connect both subs to that amp.
[ ARIELLE H  May 29, 2022 ]  Staff
How long is this? I couldn't find the length in the details
[ Joshua  Feb 01, 2014 ]
4 answers
Its priced per foot, so if you want 6ft you buy six.
[ NICK  Feb 14, 2014 ]
It is priced per foot. Each foot will cost you $1.99. You can order it in any length you want.
[ NOAH  Feb 04, 2014 ]
You buy it by the foot
[ WILLIAM S  Feb 02, 2014 ]
You buy it by the foot.
[ CHAD  Feb 02, 2014 ]
If we order to much wire can we return some of it?
[ DEAN  May 04, 2021 ]
1 answer
This speaker wire is covered by our 60-day return policy and you can find the details about it on our web sit here:
[ JASON  May 22, 2021 ]  Staff
does one of the wires have a square shielding? Im trying to feed this thru a factory door cannon plug thats drilled out with minimal space. So I want both wires to be round.
[ TODD  Feb 19, 2020 ]
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I wired my Camaro 2yrs ago and can't remember, but I wanna say yes it is. I had extremely limited space on my door and had no issue
[ RAYMOND  Mar 18, 2020 ]
What is the actual strand count?
[ Raymond  May 29, 2019 ]
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I dont know the technical specs on this wire, but it is good quality and easy to work with when installing. Great choice!
[ DUANE  Jun 02, 2019 ]
Will this hold a 1500 wat amp?
[ Jalen  Aug 23, 2016 ]
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If you a referring to a continuous (RMS) wattage output specification, no, not at all. If your amp will provide a true 1,500 watts RMS, I recommend using a much thicker wire gauge to connect your subwoofers. The longer the run of wire between the amp and subs, the thicker you'll need the wire to be. I would recommend using a minimum of 12 gauge wire for that type of power:|12-gauge I hope that helps!
[ Ryan  Aug 27, 2016 ]  Staff
What wire gauge is recommended for wiring a sub to an amp that pushes 300W RMS? Is 16 gauge acceptable?
[ David  Jan 26, 2015 ]
3 answers
16 is fine but I would run 14 gauge
[ CHUCK  Jan 27, 2015 ]
16 gauge will work. But, 14 or 12 gauge will help with signal loss versus the smaller wire.
[ JOHN  Jan 27, 2015 ]
Wire Gauge Size Total Amplifier RMS Wattage 0/1 AWG 1000+ Watts 2 AWG 1000-1500 Watts 4 AWG 400-1000 Watts 6 AWG 600-800 Watts 8 AWG 200-400 Watts Kicker Kit, 20 ft, 50 amp, good choice 10 AWG 100-200 Watts Hope this helps, Best,
[ JERRY  Jan 27, 2015 ]

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