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Online Guide Cables, Leads & Connectors
Loudspeaker Cables

 

The main function of a speaker cable is to provide a low-resistance path between the
AmplifierA device for increasing the power of a signal by taking power from a supply and shaping the output to match the input signal.
amplifier
and the loudspeaker. To do this well, a hefty cable made of a pure metal (such as oxygen free copper) is best, but if you're on a tight budget, 30A cooker cable works pretty well! Cable runs should be kept as short as possible, and each speaker in the system should be connected to the
AmplifierA device for increasing the power of a signal by taking power from a supply and shaping the output to match the input signal.
amplifier
by cables of equal length. Speaker cables require no screening.


Connectors

The most common way to connect a
PassiveA device which does not include any amplification in its circuitry and therefore (at least in the purest sense of the term) does not require power. Examples include some DI boxes, old EQ designs, and most electric guitars/basses.
passive
(non-powered) speaker is a
SpeakonA proprietary connection developed by Neutrik for loudspeaker connections, popular for its ruggedness, secure connection and high power handling ability.
speakon
cable. These are normally found in high power and pro systems.
SpeakonA proprietary connection developed by Neutrik for loudspeaker connections, popular for its ruggedness, secure connection and high power handling ability.
Speakon
leads come ready-made in a range of different lengths.

Speakon

Jack

Banana Plugs

Speaker leads comes also with 1/4-inch
JackA connector used for audio input/output on many devices including sound modules, mixing desks and guitars. Usually found in 6.4mm and 3.5mm varieties, either mono, or stereo/balanced/TRS (Tip Ring Sleeve).
jack
and 3-pol
XLRA 3-pin audio connector usually used for balanced audio connections and the standard connector for microphones requiring phantom power.
XLR
connectors. Another way to connect a
PassiveA device which does not include any amplification in its circuitry and therefore (at least in the purest sense of the term) does not require power. Examples include some DI boxes, old EQ designs, and most electric guitars/basses.
passive
speaker is to use bare-ended, 2-core wire, clamped at both
AmplifierA device for increasing the power of a signal by taking power from a supply and shaping the output to match the input signal.
amplifier
and speaker ends using threaded posts which are tightened and loosened using the fingers. Note that positive and negative connections are denoted by red and black respectively. Always observe the correct
PolarityDescribes the arrangement of positive and negative electrical signals in various contexts. For DC power connections, the term describes which part of the connector is positive and which is negative. Inverting the polarity of an AC signal (such as sound) swaps the positive and negative parts of the waveform around, effectively inverting its phase.
polarity
to avoid
PhaseIn audio and signal processing in general, phase describes the relationship between one or more signals and time. If two signals are identical but one is delayed by less than one complete wave cycle, the difference is described as a phase difference. This is normally expressed in degrees, with 360 representing a full wavelength.
phase
problems.

 

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