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For speaker and audio wires that all but disappear on walls and under carpets, look no further than this 100-foot spool of Super-Flat 18 AWG Speaker Wire from Taperwire.
Run high-powered audio wires through houses, businesses, and stone buildings without the mess of going through walls and drop ceilings. Taperwire's flat cables run under carpet, on...
16-gauge speaker wire is pretty high quality stuff usually requiring an even thicker and more unsightly cable than normal. Taperwire's 16-gauge audio wire is about as thick as a fingernail...
Keep your wiring under control with this adhesive-backed two conductor flat copper wire. 50' Spool, White.
Connect microphones, speakers, and other audio or low-voltage equipment without leaving a large install footprint. Taperwire flat cables go under carpet and stick to surfaces.
Install speakers and avoid unsightly wires and hack jobs. Taperwire lies flat and runs on walls or under carpet with minimal visual impact.
Enjoy quality audio in your car or home without punching holes and installing complicated cabling. This flat 12-gauge speaker wire disappears under carpet, paint, and wallpaper.
Don't punch holes in your walls to wire speakers and audio systems! Taperwire is flat and sticks to walls. Its low-profile design can be painted over or hidden under wallpaper.
Keep your wiring under control with this adhesive backed 2 conductor flat copper wire. 50-foot Spool, White.
Taperwire is a great way to run cables under your flooring or even on your wall. This 16 AWG wire features two conductors on a single strip.
Taperwire's 12-gauge audio wire has larger wires to support more voltage and more power. This flat cable can go under the carpet in cars to wire quality audio.
The super flat Taperwire 16 AWG speaker wire can run under carpets to invisibly wire stone and brick buildings such as churches.