Ghost Wire 2.0, Super Flat Adhesive Wire, 16 AWG, White

$49.95
SKU SW-32986-25
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Make speaker wires disappear right on the wall or under the carpet with Sewell Adhesive Speaker Wire. This super-flat speaker wire can be used on almost any flat surface.

This super-flat speaker 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.

White backing allows wires to be simply attached and left uncovered, or it can be easily covered with paint, spackle, or flooring making the wire virtually invisible.

For an even cleaner install, we recommend using the Ghost Wire Terminal Block to connect the Ghost Wire to your regular speaker wire.

How to Terminate Ghost Wire

  1. Peel back the white backing about 1” and cut it off, exposing the adhesive and conductors
  2. Trim away white covering in between and at the edges of the conductors
  3. Remove the white covering from the opposite side of the conductor. It does not have adhesive between it and the conductor and should leave a nice clean copper surface when removed
  4. Fold the conductors 2-4 times, keeping the clean copper surface outwards
  5. Insert the conductors into the Terminal Block and tighten the set screws
  6. Insert your standard speaker cable in the other end of the terminal block and tighten the set screw.

(See videos tab for demonstration) 

How to Remove Bubbles from Ghost Wire

  1. Install the ghost wire onto a clean surface, pulling it tight as you do.
  2. Use a heat gun on low or hair dryer on high to heat the area where bubbles appear
  3. Smooth out the bubbles by rubbing back and forth over them. Use a glove if the heat is uncomfortable.

(See videos tab for demonstration) 

Running Ghost Wire Around Corners

We’ve had a lot of people ask us how to 90° turns when running it along the floor.

Here’s how:

  1. Run the cable along the edge of the wall with the adhesive side facing down
  2. Fold the cable back so the copper strips are facing up
  3. Fold the cable back down at a 45° angle, making a 90° turn

(See videos tab for demonstration) 

Tips and Tricks

For even more Ghost Wire tips and tricks, check out the Ghost Wire installation guide.

Videos

How to Terminate Ghost Wire

  1. Peel back the white backing about 1” and cut it off, exposing the adhesive and conductors
  2. Trim away white covering in between and at the edges of the conductors
  3. Remove the white covering from the opposite side of the conductor. It does not have adhesive between it and the conductor and should leave a nice clean copper surface when removed
  4. Fold the conductors 2-4 times, keeping the clean copper surface outwards
  5. Insert the conductors into the Terminal Block and tighten the set screws
  6. Insert your standard speaker cable in the other end of the terminal block and tighten the set screw.

How to Remove Bubbles from Ghost Wire

  1. Install the ghost wire onto a clean surface, pulling it tight as you do.
  2. Use a heat gun on low or hair dryer on high to heat the area where bubbles appear
  3. Smooth out the bubbles by rubbing back and forth over them. Use a glove if the heat is uncomfortable 

Running Ghost Wire Around Corners

We’ve had a lot of people ask us how to 90° turns when running it along the floor.

Here’s how:

  1. Run the cable along the edge of the wall with the adhesive side facing down
  2. Fold the cable back so the copper strips are facing up
  3. Fold the cable back down at a 45° angle, making a 90° turn

Ghost Wire Installation

Specifications

Mfg. Part Number

  • SW-32985-25 25 ft. 2 Conductor 
  • SW-32985-50 50 ft. 2 Conductor 
  • SW-32985-100 100 ft. 2 Conductor
  • SW-32986-25 25 ft. 4 Conductor 
  • SW-32986-50 50 ft. 4 Conductor 
  • SW-32986-100 100 ft. 4 Conductor

Brand

  • Ghost Wire™ by Sewell

Specifications

  • .375" Width (each conductor)
  • .5 mm thick (includes peel back layer, adhesive, and conductors)
  • 16 AWG
  • Pure Copper
  • 2 Conductor or 4 Conductor 
  • White Jacket
  • Rated up to 10 Amps
  • Indoor/Outdoor Use

Applications

  • Home Theater Surround Sound Speaker Wiring
  • Low Voltage Stage Lighting
  • 12 Volt Cabinet Lighting
  • Security Access Control Wiring

Customer Reviews

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Part Number: SW-32985-25
Very handy

Pros: Nice and thin, easy to placeCons: no 14 AWG version for longer runs, could use bevelled or feathered edges for easier blending when paintingOther:

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Part Number: SW-32986-50
Very nice idea for those difficult areas

Pros: Cons: Other: This product was a perfect find for a tough spot to add surround sound to the livingroom. Lays flat against the wall so it becomes somewhat hidden once painted. Worked very well for me. Would recommend to friends and family.

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J.C.
Part Number: SW-32985-25
Wall wired

Pros: Easy to use.Cons: Tends to stand out on flat surfaces. Connectors are much bulkier than required, a solderable or compression connection could be better.Other: If the edges of the tape were "feathered", the tape would blend into flat surfaces much better.

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Part Number: SW-32985-50
Great product

Pros: Easy to install. Excellent videos for support. Looks great and works perfectlyCons: Adhesive not quite as strong as I'd hopedOther: It took me about 45 minutes to install for two rear speakers. The tape went up easily and with the four conductors attaching speaker wire was simple. I appreciate the clever solution for running wires. I plan on applying drywall mud and painting, but I haven't done so yet.

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A.
Part Number: SW-32986-25
Ghost wire did the trick

Pros: The wire was pretty easy to install and is invisible after being painted. Excellent product!Cons: Other:

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