Photos Above show some of the various connectors which we can attach to your cables. Base Price is for One 6 ft. Cable with no connectors. For total price, please select your desired Cable Length, plus Amplifier End and Speaker End Connectors from the dropdown menus to the right. Choose the Amp End Free End Length, and Speaker End Free End Length you want. Free end length is the distance between where the individual conductors exit the main cable to the connectors. Then enter the number of cables you need.
The Vampire Wire SC 1108 an incredible sounding cable, which creates a wonderfully detailed sound stage, while controlling inductance, capacitance and magnetic field effects. If you want some more detail and openess from your system and are using copper wire this will do it with out having to spend the high dollars for pure silver cables. If you have silver wires and your system is missing some bass or the sound is somewhat bright/forward and you want to add a bit of warmth, these cables are great for that too.
The DCVSC134 Hybrid Bi Wire speaker cables are constructed of four 13AWG conductors. Each conductor is made from 277 strands of wire, which make these cables very flexible. Each of the four conductors is formed from three bundles of OFHC, and three bundles of silver plated OFHC. This cable is laid out in a Star Quad configuration, which is a superior method to attenuate EMI (electromagnetic interference). The finishing touch is a soft, cloth like, Black nylon multifilament braided sleeve, which protects the cables and is appealing.
How they are made:
These cables are totally assembled by hand right here in the USA, by a small family business. When making your Cables each conductor is stripped, then cleaned and preserved with Deoxit. Depending on the connectors you choose, we then crimp or use setscrews to affix the bare wire inside the connector, which makes far superior surface contact. No solder is used in the construction of these cables. Even some of the best solder is made from approximately 61% tin, 35% lead, 3% silver, and 1% copper eutectic. As you can see mostly tin and lead is what these solders contain. The IACS (International Annealed Copper Standard) chart below shows the conductivity of various metals relative to copper. Look at Tin and Lead. Tin is only 15% as conductive as copper, and Lead is a lowly 7% as conductive. Using tin and lead between the highly conductive speaker wire, and the connector is like putting a flow restrictor on your garden hose that only allows between 7% and 15% of the normal flow. That’s why we attach the connectors using crimp or setscrews when we construct your Cables. This allows for the best signal transfer without restricting the flow of music from your amplifier to your speakers.
Nickel 22 %
Phosphor Bronze 15%
Steel 3 to 15%