What is the strongest speaker wire?
For the best quality wire, looking for something made with 100% copper is highly recommended. However, if you're looking to save a bit, copper-plated or copper-clad aluminum wire is a fine substitute, and there is no noticeable difference in sound quality. via
How do I know which wire is positive and negative on a speaker?
typically, the positive wire is red and the ground, or negative, is black. However, most speaker wires don't do colors. Good news is, with speakers it doesn't really matter which one you choose as your positive and which as your negative, just so long as you are consistent. via
What is the thinnest gauge speaker wire?
Speaker wire typically is available in even increments between 22 AWG and 10 AWG; where 22 AWG is the smallest and 10 AWG is the biggest. via
Which speaker wire gauge is best?
Thick wire (12 or 14 gauge) is recommended for long wire runs, high power applications, and low-impedance speakers (4 or 6 ohms). For relatively short runs (less than 50 feet) to 8 ohm speakers, 16 gauge wire will usually do just fine. It's cost-effective and easy to work with. via
Is Twisted speaker wire better?
Nothing you do to speaker wire with twists or wraps or reverse osmosis is going to make it transmit sound differently or better. It's a different type of signal altogether and there isn't much you can do to help it, other than make sure you use the correct gauge wire for the distance. via
How many watts can 16 gauge speaker wire handle?