Sewell Ghost Wire can be used on almost any flat surface. Perfect for running stereo signals across rooms, around corners, in automobiles, under flooring, or any situation where wires cannot be run through walls.
This Terminal block is designed to work with Sewell Ghost Wire (Sold Separately). Provide a secure connection to give you the best performance and to keep your cable endings a discrete clean cut look.
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- Converts flat speaker wire to regular speaker wire
Worked great on my 11.1 surround system. No complaints at all.
Product is an improvement over the original block although both work as advertised.
The connection works well. You will need a tiny screw driver for the install. Other than that, it works perfectly.
This serves the basic purpose but let's be honest ... this box is hard to work with to physically install and terminate your Ghost 2.0 flat cable. The problem is that you want to be able to clamp down on the Ghost wire to hold the box in the position you want it in and then, while it is clamped, install your box mounting screws. Unfortunately this is not possible since when you open the box the Ghost cable clamp opens as well.
I was told by Sewell that the existing wire connectors are only able to take 20 AWG, or smaller. The screws for the connector are very tiny. Be sure you have an eye glasses screw driver.
1. clamp down should be inside box so you can have the
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Was replacing carpet so ordered this flat 'ghost' wire to add surround speakers. With carpet up cleaned floor and ran 2 conductor strips for rear and 2nd sub channels. It did adhere well to surface but covered them with carpet shield film also for greater protection. Looks good, barely visible against white baseboard where wires emerge from edge of carpet. Can't feel it walking barefoot in the room. Closely watched carpet installers so they did not put tack through these wide conductors. Previously tried wireless signal to sub (3.2 system), it caused occasional but annoying popping noises so reverted to wire.