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100ft 2-conductor NL4 Female to NL4 Female 12AWG Speaker Twist Connector Cable
You can rely on Monoprice as the source for your high-performance, high-quality speaker cables with NL4FC connectors!
These 2-conductor speaker connection cables are made with high-purity, 12 AWG copper wire for maximum current handling capability. They feature black and blue colored plastic NL4FC female connectors at each end, with spring-loaded lock release latches.
3 months ago
PROS: Love the quality of the cable & connectors. The price was by far the best.
These cables get the job done for the right price, and it is surprisingly difficult to find suitable 12 ga wire for PA systems online. I split the 100's into a 75' and 25' cord using Neutrik NL2s on the freshly cut ends. The stock connectors seem just okay, I don't know if they'll resist impact, abrasion, or normal wear and tear as well as the genuine article, but they seem like they'll hold up well enough. Make sure the collar is screwed tight all the way up to the chuck/connector so they don't unscrew. Pretty much all of mine arrived loose - not a big deal, but worth mentioning. Only time will tell if they hold up, but they don't seem at risk of breaking right off the bat.
The wire itself is pretty robust, it's double insulated and molded ALL the way around the inside wires (which are themselves individually insulated of course), filling the gaps so there is no wiggle or twist in the wires.
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend these cables to anyone, as long as they keep a few spare NL2/NL4 plugs around!
PROS: - As advertised
- Thick outer jacket
CONS: - Connectors seem cheapish
With that combination, you can't beat the quality of the cable for the price,even after you replace the connectors.
PROS: Very nice shielding, thick sturdy cable for use on the road, wire conductors have been "tinned" for re-wiring purposes
CONS: Poor quality connectors......they are plastic and will break.
CONS: Did not work