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Stinger PRO Series Speaker Wire

Priced per foot (16 Gauge)

Item # 541SPW516B

Don't let cheap speaker wire strangle your amplifier.

Don't let cheap speaker wire strangle your amplifier.

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About the Stinger PRO Series Speaker Wire

Don't let cheap speaker wire strangle your amplifier. Get every ounce of juice from your amp to your speakers with Stinger PRO Series oxygen-free copper wire. The positive markings and ribbed jacket make it easy to keep your speakers' polarity straight. The lower the gauge, the thicker the wire — we recommend 14- to 16-gauge wire if you're connecting your speakers to a small or moderately powerful amp. Warranty: 1 year.

Don't let cheap speaker wire strangle your amplifier. Get every ounce of juice from your amp to your speakers with Stinger PRO Series oxygen-free copper wire. The positive markings and ribbed jacket make it easy to keep your speakers' polarity straight. The lower the gauge, the thicker the wire — we recommend 14- to 16-gauge wire if you're connecting your speakers to a small or moderately powerful amp. Warranty: 1 year.

This Stinger PRO Series speaker wire is available by the foot. Enter the number of feet desired in the "quantity" field of your shopping cart.

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  • 16 Gauge black-jacket speaker wire sold by the foot
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Overview: This Stinger PRO Series 16-gauge speaker wire is sold by the foot and cut to length. It is made of OPC (Oxygen-free Copper), and features length markings at every foot on the black jacket. The speaker wire's polarity is marked by the shape of the black jacket: one wire has a square jacket and the other wire has a round jacket.

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Is the square or circular side of the wire positive/negatively, respectively? They aren't labeled on the wire or the website...
[ Brian  Feb 03, 2016 ]
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I used the square as the negative but it really doesn't matter. Speaker wire is marked + or - so you don't cross them during installation with the exception of some that uses two types of conductor. (i.e. copper one way and aluminum the other)
[ Kevin  Feb 03, 2016 ]
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What are the dimensions of the cable in total, with shielding etc.?
[ Eric  Aug 09, 2015 ]
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I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: The Stinger SPW514K is 0.325" wide (both wires side by side) and 0.16" tall. Each strand individually if you separate them is 0.16" x 0.16". If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat.
[ Krissy  Aug 12, 2015 ]  Staff
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How many strands of copper are in each of the Stinger Pro Series 12, 14, and 16 gauge speaker wires?
[ Anacleta  Apr 26, 2015 ]
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I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: This isn't any information that the manufacturer provides us with in our features and specs. For specific information, it'd be best to contact the manufacturer directly. They can be reached at 800-533-5487. If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat.
[ Krissy  Apr 30, 2015 ]  Staff
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How much wire do I need for my under-seat sub and amp? I've got a midsize pickup truck and I just don't know how many feet of speaker wire I need.
[ J  Nov 27, 2015 ]
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Each job is different. It depends on exactly where you place the amp, where you place the subs, how you run your wire, where the battery is located, & how you penetrate the firewall. You are going to have to either estimate it or measure it. Add a few feet to your estimate. It's better to have 5 ft extra than to be 2 inches short.
[ JASON  Dec 01, 2015 ]
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How do you know what size speaker wire to run your speakers?
[ jimbo  Sep 30, 2016 ]
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The size of the wire you need can vary depending on how much power (wattage) is going to each speaker, and the distance the wire needs to run from your amplifier to your speaker(s). In order to determine what gauge wire is best for your system, feel free to contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. I hope that helps!
[ Larry  Oct 05, 2016 ]  Staff
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