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Outdoor Direct Burial 16 AWG 4C Speaker Wire 500' 65 Strand CL2 ETL Bare Copper OFC
This 500’ box of 16 gauge wire is perfect for many projects including surround sound and intercom systems. CL2 direct-burial rated, it is designed for outdoor use. A black PE jacket and stranded copper design means this cable can handle the bends and twists of any outdoor installation. A durable weather-resistant jacket can easily stand up to the destructive forces of nature including UV radiation. This also means this wire is sturdy and protected enough to stand up to countless years of use. How many years? How does a lifetime sound? Every foot of speaker wire in this box comes with FireFold’s Signature Lifetime Warranty.
This 16 AWG four-conductor wire is ideal for runs to multiple speakers or receivers. The polarized wires are color coded in red, black, green, and white plastic sheaths to make identifying the positives and negatives easy no matter how long the distance. 99.99% oxygen-free copper conductors carry crystal clear sound while reducing the risk of degradation and corrosion over time. The cable jacket and box were both designed with professional usage in mind. Sequential length markings along the cable jacket take the guesswork out of measurements and the pull-through box saves you time by preventing kinks.
- Suitable for Direct Burial
- Durable Weather Resistant Jacket
- High-Strand Oxygen Free
- Bare Copper Conductors
- ETL Listed, RoHS Compliant
- 500ft Pull Box
- UV Rated Outer Jacket,
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