DNM Stereo Solid Core Resolution speaker cable is made in a compact four conductor stereo ribbon which maintains a constant spacing between the four conductors along the cable length.
The constant spacing gives a significant performance advantage because it greatly improves the magnetic performance of the cable.
How To Use DNM 4-conductor Ribbon Cables, with new photos (in a new window).
To order, enter in the Quantity box the length of speaker cable you require, for example to order 5.5 metres of stereo speaker cable, enter "11" (half metres) in the Quantity box.
Remember that DNM stereo speaker cable has both the left and right channels in one 4 conductor ribbon, which is designed to be easily separated at the speaker end to enable connection of the two speakers.
Order the number of half metre lengths required to reach the speaker further away from the amplifier.
To order for bi-wiring or bi-amping, order the full 4 conductor ribbon length required for each channel.
Notes which may influence your order selection.
If the amplifier is located one side of the room relative to the speakers.
At the speaker end of the cable separate the DNM ribbon (from 4 conductors to 2 x 2 conductors). Separate back to the point which is halfway between the speakers, to allow connection to both speakers. This method will keep the left and right channel cable lengths equal.
If unequal cable length per channel is permissible, cut the 2 conductor ribbon shorter on the side nearest to the amplifier, this will give the neatest looking installation.
If the amplifier is located between the two speakers.
If the amplifier is not in the central position between the speakers order the cable length to be long enough to connect the speaker furthest away from the amplifier. You may then want to separate the complete ribbon from 4 conductors to 2 x 2 conductors but we strongly recommend that at least half a metre of the ribbon at the amplifier end is kept together in 4 conductor form to retain the cable directionality.