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Wireworks SPEN & SPE5 Loudspeaker Cords

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Wireworks introduced SPEN and SPE5 Loudspeaker Cords designed specifically for use with Meyer Sound's MM-4 and MM-4XP speakers.


Wireworks newest additions to its speaker cable line are typically used with Meyer Sound speakers, while SPEN cords can also be employed anytime small, secure speaker cords are required, the company says.

Wireworks SPEN cords are designed for use with Meyer Sound's MM-4 speakers, utilizing 2-pole EN3 water-resistant connectors. Available in both link and extension configurations, SPEN cords are manufactured in a variety of standard lengths—custom lengths to order. Each assembly features two 16-gauge, 26-strand conductors in a round matte-finish flexible jacket.

Wireworks SPE5 cords are constructed to accommodate both the power and audio signal requirements needed for Meyer Sound's MM-4XP (www.meyersound.com/products/industrialseries/mm-4xp). The cords feature a 5-pole EN3 water-resistant connector on each end. The cable contains one 18-gauge pair for power to the speaker and one 22-gauge shielded pair for the audio signal.

The EN3 connectors feature gold-plated contacts for signal transmission in a tough thermoplastic fiber body with positive locking ring. EN3 connectors are designed to provide water-resistant speaker connections for indoor and outdoor applications such as mobile broadcast, sports broadcast and live events.

Both SPEN and SPE5 Loudspeaker Cords are manufactured in link versions, which connect speakers together, and extension versions, which allow the cables to be extended. SPEN and SPE5 cords are available in a variety of standard lengths with custom lengths to order. As with all Wireworks cable assemblies, these new loudspeaker cable assemblies can be manufactured with custom Bandits for identification.

For more information, visit their web site at www.wireworks.com.
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