Proprietary Silverfuse Hook-up Wire
High Quality Hook-up Wire
This wire is for use in point to point wiring inside of electronic equipment (and for internal speaker enclosure connections - see below). It is the same Silverfuse conductor wire we use in our best cables. It is available in 24, 23 and 20 gauge at the same pricing. Please select below which you prefer. We strongly recommend 24 gauge because of its superior capability to manage skin effect. All are solid core, insulated with a version of Teflon (modified to our specifications); resulting in the best insulation available This is an excellent wire that makes an amazing difference over standard hook up wire that is used in most electronic components. Black, red or white; sorry no choice of colors; but if you order more than one piece, we will try to give you different colors if they are available in stock at the time. Sold in 15 foot lengths per color.
(Please note that any of the three sizes can be used for internal speaker enclosure connections for the tweeter. For the mid range, use three runs and twist them together. For the woofer use four runs twisted together; call us for with questions.)
EXPLANATION OF OUR PROPRIETARY SILVERFUSE CONDUCTOR MATERIAL: Silverfuse is a near alloy of silver and copper. The copper used in this process is Single Crystal Continuous Cast Copper. It has unique physical and chemical properties, such as considerably longer granules with absolute absence of gaseous impurities such as oxygen, carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen. It is free from impurities (up to 99.99998% pure copper). It is far better than continuous cast Oxygen Free High Conductivity wire (OFHC). IT IS NOT SILVER PLATED. Silver plating causes a dioding effect when signal is passed through resulting in brightness and distortion. Because silver plating has a bad reputation, some manufacturers try to disguise the fact by calling it silver coated, silver clad or silver/copper hybrid. But they are all silver plated. Our Silverfuse process starts with Single Crystal Continuous Cast Copper wire with a diameter that is slightly larger than the required size. It is then pulled through a trough of molten silver. The wire with a silver deposit is then forced through a compacting process where it is subject to tremendous pressure. The silver and the copper are fused together into a near alloy. The compacting fusion also reduces the wire diameter to the desired size. No dioding subsequently occurs with this process. The result provides for the benefits of silver; which are excellent definition and clarity, with the high purity copper benefits of warmth and mellowness. (Incidentally, pure silver wire also causes brightness)