- Ultra Low Resistance Design
- 12AWG Oxygen Free Copper Wire
- Nakamichi Banana Connectors
- TechFlex Military Spec Nylon Sheathing
- Heavy Duty Y-Boots on both ends
- Available in 6 to 15 foot lengths
The Pine Tree Audio Muscular Sound speaker cables (SOLD IN PAIRS) are designed to let your speakers and amplifier have the communication they desire to have (and you desire to hear). The construction process of these cables begins with premium USA-made oxygen-free 12AWG rope lay wire. We custom specify this from our supplier to have the maximum number of strands possible. This ensures all of the low end punch and thump that one would expect from a heavy gauge speaker cable, but also maintains the midrange and high frequency response that thinner wires are usually notable for.
We prepare exact lengths for your speaker cable pair and measure the resistance to ensure exact channel-to-channel performance. This is precisely why our customers e-mail us and say “…the muscular cables are incredible, I would not have thought that my stereo image would improve without repositioning my loudspeakers.” (Phil G., Des Moines, IA)
The process continues with sheathing our cable in TechFlex woven multi-filament nylon. This material tightly hugs the outside jacket of the speaker cable which enhances its flexibility, durability, and appearance. Each cable end is dressed with a glossy rubber boot for wire spacing and aesthetic look.
Finally we custom terminate all Muscular Sound cables with our preferred connectors, the Nakamichi Banana and/or Nakamichi Spade connectors. These connectors, which can be chosen in the options menu, are a heavy duty, gold-plated connector with ultra-low resistance and excellent contact pressure. Another customer message reads “I would like to order more of your 12 gage speaker cable as well as your speaker jumpers…I started with my front left and front right and the difference was so nice that I want to do my whole surround system.” (David A., Foxboro, MA)
Our Muscular Sound cables will improve the lines of communication between your amp and speaker, giving the amp the control it needs over the speakers. You will notice enhanced low-frequency response, a more musical tube-like midrange and shimmering high frequencies. In other words, you will hear your speakers the way they were intended to sound.