DCSk 100 m – 2 x 4 mm² white loudspeaker cable I OFC copper cable : DCSk 11-awg OFC speaker cable

5 10m role fantastic speaker cable and really great value. Much cheaper than cable you would buy from hi-fi stores of similar quality. I used it to bi-wire my kef q500’s and i could instantly tell the difference from the thinner other branded cable i was using before it. The sound is much clearer and produced an overall bigger soundstage. I’m well impressed and will be buying some more soon for my q100’s.

Looked every where for decent speaker cable, beware a lot of cables nowadays are copper coated steel (ccs) which is not a very good conductor of electricity and very stiff. These cables are made with high quality materials, real solid copper strands, reasonably soft and pliable. As an electronics engineer with decades of experience i highly recommend these cables. Very good quality and value.

Works well on some wharfdale diamond 9. Thinner than previous cable but easy to hide and have noticed no difference in sound. People say you loose bass with thinner cables. I still have bags of bass with this cable.

When i bought my hifi set-up i spoke to a couple of people from hifi stores who all said that i needed speaker cable that cost over £10 a metre. Although i appreciated their advice, i could not justify spending over a hundred pounds on speaker cable. So i decided to bite the bullet and go for this 10 metre length which cost in total £10. Now my set-up is up and running with the ‘cheaper’ cable, i have absolutely no complaints. The cable is heavy duty and well insulated. Most of all it does a great job and allows my sound system to come across beautifully. Therefore if, like me, you tend to cringe at the idea of spending a big chunk of your budget on some expensive cable then look no further than this one.

Uk/dp/b01at6i2cw/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_0in regards of the quality of the cable it is extremely good. It looks as thick as any cable but it certainly doesn’t feel light. 5mm cable i am replacing is not half the weight of this dcsk 11awg 2x4mm. Its has decent quality outer insulation, looks really nice and is compact enough to run a couple of lines within some cable trunking. I have terminated it with some well known banana plugs and red and black shrink and looks like it will come out very well when finished. I suppose it will have similar sound characteristics as the monster as it too was copper.

It replaced my long suffering cable talk 2 cables and i have been delighted with the results. Bass is good clarity is good and very musical and listenable. The 4mm cable fits very nicely into the fisual easy fix plugs and the 2 fixing screws per plug ensure a secure connection. Using it with my trusty arcam cd player, nad 3130 amp and refurbed heybrook hb1 speakers. They have never sounded better. As others have said ‘ a bargain’.

This is weighty, but flexible cable – and at 11 gauge, all that is needed for even relatively long runs. Cables have always been a topic of contention in the hi-fi world, but i think the consensus is that esoteric cables do no bring any advantages over decent quality & gauge, pure copper cable.

Great value quality cable, but just make sure you order what you want by the awg number. On the awg scale, the lower the number, the ‘thicker’ the cable. So the less expensive awg13 has fewer strands, and smaller external dimensions – but the core size on the page ( and on the packaging ) is given as 5mm2, with the thicker awg11 being labelled as 4mm2 – ie the wrong way round ( i think .It’s good stuff though, with a fine grey line on one side of the cable ( as well as the printing ) so you don’t get the polarity wrong.

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It’s decent wire but then i’ve never been one to spend loads on speaker wire. I will note, however, that the wires are pretty thick. I took that as a sign of quality. When wiring up to the amp and the surround sound speakers, i had to cut about a third of the wires to be able to get it into the connectors. My more knowledgeable friends say this wouldn’t affect the sound, and it does sound fine.

There are people who think that all speaker cables sound the same. Every cable will sound different with different amps and speaker combinations. So, most audiophiles know that buying high-end speaker wire is a gamble. They get the best results by knowing a high-end dealer who will let them try out different cables until they can make a decision. For the “mid-fi” or “low-end” component buyer, this process usually isn’t practical. So, going for excellent “basic” wire is a very practical approach. What you’re looking for is pure copper wiring, insulation and a gauge thicker than 16. At 11 gauge (the lower the number, the thicker the wire), this cable is very thick, extremely good basic speaker wire, it’s insulated and 99. Unless you’re running exotic speakers or use an exotic amp (we’re talking resistance, impedance, etc. These cables should deliver very good sound. I’m using them with a marantz amp and epos speakers and the system sounds excellent. Even, if you are headed for high-end cables, you might want to start with these, then see if the more expensive stuff can beat them in your system.

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DCSk 100 m – 2 x 4 mm² white loudspeaker cable I OFC copper cable for HiFi/audio I 99.99% insulated copper speaker cable I AWG 11 Role

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