Published: February 2006
Belden CDT Electronics Division's Brilliance low cap speaker cables use high-conductivity, oxygen-free, copper conductors. The use of a low-capacitance polyolefin dielectric ensures a high-frequency response, even over extended distance cable runs. They are available with 10, 12, 14 or 16 AWG bare copper conductors and feature round, brightly colored and satin-finished PVC jackets to make the cables aesthetically pleasing.
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