The speaker cable is the heart of the new sound system. […]
The speaker cable is the heart of the new sound system. If you do not use a decent speaker cable, then the speakers and amplifiers will have a lot of untapped music quality. However, many high-end cables overestimate the difference in sound quality that systems can achieve by adding high-quality cables. Many high-end metals used for sound cables are less conductive than copper.
Although it is usually only a problem in larger sound systems, cable length is an important factor in cable selection. Users can solve this problem by using higher-end amplifiers, or by carefully checking the length of the cables on all the main speakers.
Second, longer cables create greater resistance over their length. Greater resistance means more output distortion and usually less sound from the audio system. This problem is easily solved, however, due to the coarser wires reducing the sound system's resistance. For this reason, the user should keep in mind the cable length when deciding what cable specifications to use. Coarse cables are essential for systems that require a large number of speaker wires. For smaller systems, thick lines do not hurt sound quality, but this is an unnecessary expense and may limit potential cable choices.
The type of connector required for the speaker system depends on the type of conductor terminals used with the system. Spring clip terminals allow connection of bare wires or pin connectors. Keep in mind that basically a pin connector is required to implement the spring clip terminal when there is a high risk of shorting the spring clip system that sets the bare wire connection. Another type of terminal is a terminal terminal that is compatible with banana plugs and spade connectors.