This wire is silver-coated oxygen-free copper conductor. I would be cautious about preserving the silver coating from unwanted damage during your termination process. Were you thinking about soldering the plugs on? or rather using a screw clamp? Where would you make the transition from silver surface to copper or brass? Sorry to ask so many questions without answering yours.
Jameswei (Answers | This Thread)
Yes, it's very straight forward. The silver coating is going to take a lot more than a soldier iron to remove so that's should not be a concern.
Bulldogger (Threads | Answers | This Thread)
Speaking to a friend that designs/builds speakers he says bare wire is it. Strip back the insulation twist it and use it, and they use JenaLab wiring which ain't exactly cheap.
After 6 mo. cut an half inch off and do it again.
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