- Written by John E. Johnson, Jr.
- Published on 23 December 2009
The cables have solid brass machined terminals that are gold-plated. Each has a PVC inner jacket, over which is a nylon braided anti-scuff jacket.
The wiring is soldered to the connectors, rather than clamped.
Conductors are oxygen-free, and are double-shielded with a solid mylar wrap overlaid with tin-plated oxygen-free copper braiding.
Speaker cables use 10 gauge stranded copper.
With the X-Series speaker cables, you can change the termination from a spade lug to a banana plug. You just unscrew the termination and screw the other one on. The inside of the screw-on termination is also gold plated.