Is this good deal on spkr wire?

gene

gene

Audioholics Master Chief
Administrator
<font color='#000000'>That is a good deal and will likely suite your needs fine. &nbsp;If you plan on doing long runs to the rears (&gt;20ft) however, I would recommend 10 or 12 AWG to reduce resistive losses.</font>
 
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bdub

Audiophyte
<font color='#000000'>Thanks, gene.
Is there a reason banana plugs are used in the DIY Speaker Cable page instead of other connectors (spades for example)?
My reason for asking is that I have no room for banana plugs as my mains are on a mantle up aginst the wall.

Thanks again!</font>
 
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PaulF

Audioholic
<font color='#000000'>Good banana plugs do give a better contact area but spades are just fine. Just make sure you get the right size that will allow the spade to come in flush contact with the speaker terminal. Many people just like to use banana plugs for their convenience, they just push on, pull off. If you don't plan to move your speakers often this should not be an issue.</font>
 

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