Pyle PSC12100 - Cable para altavoces (calibre 12, bobina de 30,48 m)
Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Multicolor
Conector 1: No
Conector 2: No
Longitud de cable: 30 m
Peso: 1,55 kg
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Amazon.com: 531 opiniones
Wonderful bargain, and works great!
el 30 de diciembre de 2017 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Man, I must say this speaker wire is a bargain and thick and tough enough for car audio. I had used bits and pieces from several wiring kits for most of my wiring.( and most of it is garbage) My front speakers have good wiring, My sub and rear speakers did not. This solved that problem today with plenty left over. I could not be more pleased.
everything sounds good hooked up
el 23 de diciembre de 2017 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Conducts electricity between my speakers and receiver! For real, though, everything sounds good hooked up. I haven't, for example, A/B tested things with different cable, but I have no complaints as a semi-discerning listener and the cable was easy to work with and cheap.
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el 28 de enero de 2017 - Publicado en Amazon.com
For the price you won't beat this wire. Works great on my home theater system. Using it with banana jacks.
el 11 de enero de 2018 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Once again another quality product from Pyle . Why people continue to bash their products is beyond me . Good stuff !!!!
I think this is surprisingly good for my purposes
el 18 de octubre de 2014 - Publicado en Amazon.com
I think this is surprisingly good for my purposes, which are probably a bit unusual. The main purpose is to make wire loop antennas for shortwave and AM broadcast band. Pick a size of frame, wind the wire around the appropriate number of times, add a variable capacitor, and "boom" you've got a fine-tunable narrow-band antenna. This wire "zips" apart quite well and is heavier than a lot of the "18-gauge speaker wire" that I've found at national department stores and even the store that sounds a bit like "Video Snack". It will take me a while to use 1000x2 feet of it, but I will eventually have saved a lot of money buying it in 100-foot and smaller rolls.