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Reddit mentions of AmazonBasics Speaker Cable Wire with Gold-Plated Banana Tip Plugs - CL2 - 99.9% Oxygen Free - 12-Foot

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AmazonBasics Speaker Cable Wire with Gold-Plated Banana Tip Plugs - CL2 - 99.9% Oxygen Free - 12-Foot
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3 foot audio cable for speakers, amplifiers, A/V units and moreGold-plated banana-tip plugs deliver a clear signal with minimal distortionOxygen-free stranded copper wire provides clarity and sonic accuracyFlexible, non-slip PVC boot and cable sheath for durability and protectionCorrosion-resistant housingCL2 rated for in-wall use
Height0.43 Inches
Length144 Inches
Weight0.8 Pounds
Width0.86 Inches

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Found 4 comments on AmazonBasics Speaker Cable Wire with Gold-Plated Banana Tip Plugs - CL2 - 99.9% Oxygen Free - 12-Foot:

u/sharkamino · 10 pointsr/BudgetAudiophile

The new X version has some improvements over the old one.

If your budget is under $200 Monolith by Monoprice Turntable with AT100E on sale for $149 is a clone of the $209 Fluance RT81 from the same factory for $60 less.

A very worthwhile step up is the newer Fluance RT82 $249. It adds an optical sensor speed controlled servo motor for lower wow and flutter and speed variation. The speed never drifts since the sensor is monitoring it 500 times a second. A later optional upgrade is the acrylic platter for $119 as seen on the RT85. If the Denon recevier does not have a phono input and if low on budget start with a $15 Pyle phono preamp which may be as good as a basic one in the Monolith and older RT81. Or a step up is the ART DJ Pre II $67. If starting with the Pyle, a later optional upgrade is the Schiit Mani $129.

The Denon recevier has an amp inside of it to power the speakers.

An alternative to the Klipsch R-51M for a lower cost is the closeout 6.5" DCM TP160 by MTX Audio $249 $89 pair. Review by u/DieselWang, Video Review and DCM TP160S vs the SVS Ultra Bookshelf.

Or the tower version DCM TP260 2-Way by MTX Audio $399 $149 pair and you don't need to build or spend $65+ on speaker stands if you don't already have some.

Speaker wire: Pure Copper Oxygen Free Speaker Wire then 4 Ways to Strip Wire. Optionally add banana plugs. Already with banana plugs AmazonBasics buy 2 for a pair 12ft each.More options at Crutchfield, DFWCableConnection, Blue Jeans Speaker Cable and Blue Jeans at Amazon.

Speaker Stands: Sturdy Monolith by Monoprice Speaker Stands. Or lower budget Dayton Audio SSMB24 or Monoprice Glass. DIY Custom Speaker Stands.

Speaker Placement: Stereo Music Listening or Home Audio and Home Theater. Also How to position your speakers for great sound for the focus diagram.

Home Audio Guides: Intro to home stereo systemsZeos Tutorials, Diagrams and Videosr/audiophile Guide to Home AudioIntroduction to Audio ComponentsWhat is a Phono Preamp? | Audio AdviceHow to Connect a Turntable to a Receiver

u/APEvorbis2341 · 3 pointsr/buildapcsales

You can get a 3.5m to dual rca male cable or 3.5mm to rca socket for easier splitting but need a rca male to male. Keep in mind to set your realtek driver to max power (differs for different drivers/software). Also a good motherboard is recommended like the modern alc1220 or even alc892-897). Ideally a high snr board (some low end boards are good like the msi tomahawk[except b450 ughh dont know why msi dumdbed it down:(] or mortar with high output for the codec they implemented by implementing good amps). You also need speaker wire or 2 premade speaker cable for sturdier and easier connection process

u/stringsnthings76 · 1 pointr/BudgetAudiophile

Sweet, I'll check that sub out.

Last questions I can think of at the moment involve cables. Am I ok running budget cables like these 16AWG Amazon Basics? https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07FDB34ZR/ref=twister_B07J2Z9ZNG?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

And as far as sub cable, I currently am using a mono RCA from the sub out on my SMSL Q5 amp to the Left RCA jack on the Polk Sub. Would there be any benefit to getting a Y-Cable once I get the Sonos amp or is the mono RCA to the Left input providing the full bass spectrum to the SW?