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Gotham 50150 Coaxial Speaker Cable

> High Current Capacity
> Suitable for High Performance Car Audio
> Excellent Flexibility

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Description

Gotham 50150 Coaxial Speaker cables are designed to carry high current. The ideal speaker cable is to have the lowest possible resistance between amplifier and speaker. In order to get the lowest possible resistance, the construction of the cable should use as much copper to the connector as possible to minimise the energy loss. Using a cable with a too small diameter or not enough Oxygen Free Copper can result in a higher resistance pre-metre that can possibly affect your sound level and quality.

Gotham currently offers different speaker cable types which can be combined as single line, stereo line or Bi-phase lines, constructed to provided the lowest possible resistance. All PUR Gotham  50150 speaker cables are protected with an ultra strong and temperature resistant polyurethane (PUR) jacket.

The double layer copper strands for the shields are built to keep good flexibility and the stronger stranding of the center conductor (line) that will keep the unwanted memory (bendings or kinks) to the minimum.

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Specifications

Construction
1 = Jacket PUR, Ø 6.8mm, Dark Blue
2 = Separator PUR, Ø 6.1mm, White
3 = Shield 1 Bare copper wires (0.20mm) 25 x 0.25
4 = Shield 2 Bare copper wires (0.20mm) 25 x 0.25 = Shield 1 + Shield 2 = Total 2.5 mm²
5 = Insulation PVC, Ø 4.0mm, red
6 = Conductor Stranded bare copper (OFC) wires 50 x 0.25mm (2.50mm²)
Specifications
Centre Conductor Resistance < 7.6 ohm/1000m
Outside Line Resistance < 7.6 ohm/1000m
Capacitance conductor to shield: < 98 nF/1000m
Test Voltage – Conductor to Shield 800Veff
Insulation resistance conductor to shield: > 200 MOhm/1000m
Maximum Watts Load <1650W @ current 15.0 Ampere/Line
Temperature Range Non-Fixed Installation = -5° to +50° C
Fixed Installation = -30° to +70° C
Automobile = -30° to +70° C

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