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Acoustic Research PR397 Pro II Series 1350-Watt Microflat Speaker Cable (50ft)


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  • Length: 50 Feet (15.24 Metres)
  • Power handling: Up to 1350 Watts
  • Two (2) Conductor speaker cable. Jacket can be painted to blend into any decor.
  • Ideal for running along Baseboards, under Carpet and Laminate floors. High-strength adhesive back for secure attachment to any surface.
  • Two (2) Terminal blocks are included for easy connection to standard speaker wire

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  • Media: Electronics
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24.9 x 17.8 x 3.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 907 g
  • Item model number: PR397N
  • ASIN: B000K6OAD2
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: July 3 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #239,906 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

The Acoustic-Research PR397 50' feet Micro-flat 1350-Watt Speaker Wire solves the common problem of unsightly speaker wire while delivering uncompromising sound performance. Its two solid 99.997% oxygen free pure copper conductors ensure minimal signal loss, and with a thickness of only 0.5mm, this wire will virtually disappear under paint, wall paper, behind baseboards, or under carpet. Its high-strength adhesive back provides secure attachment to any surface, making it ideal for surround sound or wall mounted speakers indoors and outdoors. Two terminal blocks are included for easy connection to standard speaker wire. This wire is rated to support 1350W over a distance of 50', and has an overall width of 1.25".

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By chosebine on Feb. 9 2011
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I needed 4 condutors so I overlaped two layers of the tape and then stuck it to the baseboard. I noticed between the two 16AWG there is a 24AWG pair for audio. I will use them to hook-up my piano to the amplifier without having to pass more wires. :). White tape on white baseboard turns out invisible. A word of advice, to do a clean job. Use a modular keystone surface jonction box and choose proper jacks. I used Leviton QuickPort products.

*** One con is that it keeps peeling of the wall. Need to rub it back in place every few weeks.

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Thin Tape Speaker Wire $$ Feb. 14 2010
By P. E. Peterman - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this as I cannot get under the house and had to run this under the carpet. It worked really well but did smell like it had been sitting a while. The package comes with two screw crimp connectors which I used on the baseboard by the receiver. If I knew how well it soldered before hand I would have just soldered it as it is hard to fit a square peg in a round hole. They would be better off giving you a little solder and this is why I knocked a star off. The adhesive was OK but you will not need it if you are just running it under the carpet. I used it along a white trim baseboard and it is only noticeable because it is glossy. It says it is paint able but only on the white side as the pink side will just repel paint. I was leery on the ease of soldering but it did very well tinning and soldered nicely with minimal heat. I bought this for 40$ shipped but if it is more you need to get it locally as shipping kills the deal.
Does the job, but has bubbled away from the wall. Aug. 4 2010
By Dustin Loftis - Published on Amazon.com
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Improper installation may be at fault, as it is very difficult to place this wiring against the wall in a straight line without some small curvature getting in. All along the material, it has pulled free from the wall. While it does not hang or sag, it would be terribly cracked had I painted over it. For a material that rips the paint off when making a minor correction, I was surprised at how easily it pulled away from the wall on its own.

If it stayed flat against the wall, I would be all for it. As it is, I dread the thought of pulling it back down, as I'm sure the parts that stayed stuck will take half the drywall with them.

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