Marine Speaker Cable: Its importance for a quality audio
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The purpose of any cable is to transfer current over a given distance with the least possible resistance. The more equipment and power you have, the wider the cable to be used.
Using the right type of cable is very important for several reasons. If it is too small, the cable can melt because of the huge current flow that runs through it when it actually supports a lower current level. When it has a high resistance it generates heat which, in itself, can become a fire and overheating hazard of the system.
Damage to the equipment can also occur when there is not enough current flowing through its circuits, especially in peak music and the maximum quality potential of the equipment has not yet been experienced.
The Fusion marine speaker cable is specifically engineered for use on boats and ensures the best listening experience with your Fusion speakers and subwoofers. Designed for the marine environment with high-quality materials to help protect the cable from the elements.
Multistrand Tinned Copper Cable With PVC Jacket: Engineered to withstand routing through areas on boats where there may be water ingress or higher temperatures. The multistrand copper cable is wrapped in a soft, flexible white PVC jacket offering enhanced temperature, flame, overvoltage and oil resistance.
Superior Speaker Performance: Features tinned copper wiring with parallel conductors for superior performance. The all-copper wire construction ensures the audio signal is transmitted with minimal resistance, delivering a higher-quality audio signal to your onboard speakers and subwoofers.
Easy To Install: The soft, flexible marinized PVC jacket allows for easier installation, especially on boats where wiring can be difficult, such as wiring through bulkheads or wiring conduits.