Loudspeaker cables

Loudspeaker cables connect amplifiers and loudspeakers. The cross section of the cores should be as big as possible to be able to transmit even high power rates without distortion, and to attenuate the electrophysical response of the loudspeaker by a low resistance of the amplifier.

LSP - power losses

Standard loudspeaker cables
(LSP)

Our standard series contains figure-8-cables from 2 x 0.50 mm2 up to 2 x 6.00 mm2 with economic core constructions. These cables can be used universally.

High flexible loudspeaker cables
(LSP hfl)

Within this series cables can be found fulfilling highest demands concerning flexibility and optical appearance. Altough having big cross sections from 2 x 1.50 mm2 up to 2 x 16.00 mm2, these cables can easily be handled. 4-corecables may be used for biwiring, bi-amping, and for car- HiFi.

Coaxial loudspeaker cables, high flexible
(LSX hfl)

Coaxial, high flexible loudspeaker cables are predominantly used in music electronics. They are tailored to the rough stage application with its permanent uncoiling and recoiling, stressing, bending, and crushing. Connectors for those bedea cables (6.35 mm jack/XLR plug) are commercially available.

Twinaxial loudspeaker cables
(LSP)

The main applications for this series is music electronics, too. Due to the double insulation design (core/jacket), sound performances in the 100-Vtechnology may be installed.

Multichannel loudspeaker cables
(4/8 cores) (LSR)

Within this construction, two resp. four signal ways are integrated in one loudspeaker line. Thus, while installing high-end-PA-sets, the amount of cables can be reduced or single loudspeakers may separately be connected to discrete amplifiers.

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