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I m looking for recommendations on good brand, size, and quality speaker wire to use in a sq system running around 100w rms. I have 2 doors already wired with some 16AWG jacketed oxygen free speaker wire, but I m not certain I chose the right type.
 

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any OFC will work fine. doesn't matter if it's SQ or SQL or SPL. As long as the gauge is correct for the power being run.
 
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I like this and it also comes in a 4 strand too. Good wire with a good price.

 

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Any reputable ofc distributor. Don’t pay more than you need to..shop prices. If the gauge is right price should be your deciding factor.
 

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I like this and it also comes in a 4 strand too. Good wire with a good price.

Yes I have the same one
It's really good
 

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the experts have spoken:rolleyes:
 

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I use AudioQuest and StraightWires in both of my SQ systems and they sound way better than the mono price.

HA That was only written so I could hear buttholes pucker. If you had hearing like mine you could also hear buttholes pucker through your PC.

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Mono price wire is my go to for highs but if I want pretty for subs when the wires exposed I do like Knu Koncepts offerings.
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you outta my league sport
Why don’t you see if daddy will let you spend some more of his money and buy a personality sport?
 
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Why don’t you see if daddy will let you spend some more of his money and buy a personality sport?
daddy, surely you can do better than that, shows you know nothing about me, much like this topic sweety
 

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the Mogami mukticore (4-core) is good for me.
 

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I like the Monoprice wire for home use, but it is not very flexible and can be difficult to get through tight bends like door boots, etc.. I used some of the Kord speaker wire from Knukonceptz for my recent upgrade and was pleasantly surprised with the quality and price.

Anyone remember who/how DIYMA got hooked up with the branded speaker wire several years back? I think it was shortly after I joined in 14' or 15'?
 

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I use AudioQuest and StraightWires in both of my SQ systems and they sound way better than the mono price.

HA That was only written so I could hear buttholes pucker. If you had hearing like mine you could also hear buttholes pucker through your PC.

JOKE

Mono price wire is my go to for highs but if I want pretty for subs when the wires exposed I do like Knu Koncepts offerings.
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Those wires are something else. They remind of when I was trying to find an nvidia rtx-3070 video card a few weeks ago for a computer I wanted to build. When you find one the price is so astronomically high there s no way I would pay the cost. Though many do which is why the price remains so high. This is probably an extreme example, but it s what I m talking about. If I read that right it s 2 10ft cables with connectors. I don t know what a person is after paying that much for audio cables. I guess there s always things to buy for those with money to burn. Think I ll be getting the monoprice wire.
 

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Anyone remember who/how DIYMA got hooked up with the branded speaker wire several years back? I think it was shortly after I joined in 14' or 15'?
That was Anthony who was the owner of the forum at the time. I have some of it still and am using it in both my new builds.
 
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