A speaker cable is the wire used for the electrical connections between speakers and amplifier sources.

To select the best speaker cable, we try to minimize the cable length, but still ensure your speakers are positioned apart enough from each other.

It has three key electrical properties: resistance, capacitance and inductance. Resistance is by far the most important property to look at. Low-resistance wire allows more of the source's power through to the speaker coil, meaning more power and more sound. Simple enough.

The cross-sectional area of the wire is referring to the thickness, or gauge, of the wire. The thicker a wire or the lower the gauge, the less resistance. It is therefore a combination between speaker impedance, length and gauge that affects the resistance. It is the challenge of T-Adler to build speaker cables for the market needs.