This premium quality, pre-terminated speaker cable was designed to overcome all the obstacles that plague audio fidelity. They give you the best possible sound quality while making your installation quick and painless.
Highest strand count
Deadbolt speaker wire was developed with the highest quality standards in mind. Most 12 AWG speaker cables use 90 to 100 threads of copper, we’ve put 259 strands into each conductor of our Deadbolt cable. This allows for less distortion, deeper bass, better imaging, and cleaner highs from your sound system.
Pure, oxygen-free copper
Not only does Deadbolt speaker wire have a higher strand count, it is also made up of pure, oxygen-free copper. Cheaper speaker cables have other alloys mixed with the copper in the conductors. This makes the cable cheaper, but also reduces the quality of the sound. Air pockets in the copper can also reduce sound quality and can even ruin the cable over time.
Soldered Deadbolt banana plugs for the best connection
Our pre-terminated cables come with Deadbolt banana plugs, giving you the easiest and best possible connection. They are soldered for reliability and consistency in manufacturing.
Mfg. Part Number
- SW-32980-3 3 ft.
- SW-32980-6 6 ft.
- SW-32980-10 10 ft.
- SW-32980-15 15 ft.
- SW-32980-25 25 ft.
- SW-32980-50 50 ft.
- Deadbolt™ by Sewell
- 12 AWG
- Oxygen Free Manufacturing
- 259 Strand Count
- Premium Jacket for Durability
- Enhanced "Loudness"
- Pure Copper
Speaker cables ordered are of high quality as advertised. Shipping was quick!
High quality speaker wires, and bargain compared to other brands, Very satisfied and happy!
Can’t say enough about Sewell Direct, and there products. Had a great experience, would highly recommend.
Just high quality cable and interconnects, expertly terminated. I love their stuff!
I ordered a full set of banana clip patch cables for an 11 speaker theater system. 4 didn’t work out of the bags. I had to untwist and reseat the caps to make a solid connection. After doing that to all 11, two of them still transmitted static no matter how tight I twisted them. They had to be replaced.