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DLS Flatbox 1' 15AWG Super Flat Stereo Speaker Cable 1.6

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DLS Flatbox 1' 15AWG Super Flat Stereo Speaker Cable 1.6 for Flatbox Install

Brand: DLS
MPN: 10-48005
Condition: New

A super flat stereo cable, only 1.8 mm thick and 11 mm wide
Ideal for wall mounting or under a carpet
Can be taped on the wall with double-sided adhesive tape
The cable is made of compressed thin plated OFC braid making the cable super flat and highly flexible
The thin plated copper contributes to a better sound quality by minimizing the skin-effect and making less current jumps between the wire surfaces
A perfect cable for Flatbox installations
Cable area 2 x 1.6 mm2 / AWG15
For length more than 1 foot, please indicate how many feet you would like by indicating it in the quantity field.
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Unobtrusive wiring on wall and under carpet
No special installation tools required
Easy to strip
Flexible design for easy routing in corners and around doorframes
Easy connection. No connectors are required
Paintable insulation
Can be taped to the wall with double-sided adhesive tape
Tin plated conductors provides excellent corrosion resistance
Made in Sweden

Flatbox Speaker Cable 1.6 Product Sheet.pdf 10-48005
Type: Super flat stereo cable
Area: 2 x 1.6 mm2 / AWG15
Color: White
Wire material: Tin plated OFC copper
Jacket: Heat & ageing res. PVC
Length: 1 ft
Size: 1.8mm x 11mm
R, resistance: 10.8 ohm / km
L, inductance: 0.36 mH / m

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