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Reverb speaker cables are a pair of two transparent wires used to make connections across speakers, audio amplifiers, and other audio components in offices, residential complexes, shopping malls, and stadiums.

Both wires of the speaker cable are electrically identical, but for easier identification, one of the wires is marked with a strip of Pressfit’s bright orange tracer along the entire length of the cable. This way, it becomes easy to remember and connect the correct cores as per the polarity at both ends of the cable.


Pressfit’s Reverb Speaker Cables are manufactured using bright annealed bare copper (BC) conductors for a clear, distortion-free voice with low dB loss. The electrical signals sent over these wires get converted into mechanical movements, causing the cones of speakers and subwoofers to vibrate with the appropriate rhythm, volume, and frequency.

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Mesmerizing Aesthetics

Pressfit’s Reverb Speaker Cables are insulated with a special formulation of transparent PVC compound designed specifically for their application. The transparent insulating material makes the bright copper core visible and offers the speaker cables a great aesthetic value.

Electrolytic Low-Resistance Copper

Resistance is by far the most important characteristic of speaker wire. Depending on the hearing ability, the modulation of the resistance creates an audible effect for the listener. Lower resistance allows better activation of the speaker's voice coil.

Audiophile Grade

Audiophiles love listening to music they can spend from a small fortune to virtually any money to get the right sound. They can even recognize a small variation in sound quality. Pressfit’s Reverb Speaker Cables keep up with the spirit of music enthusiasts and provide a clear and distortion-free voice with low dB loss.

Uniform Capacitance

The distance between two conductor cores of the Pressfit Reverb speaker cable is consistent over the entire length of the cable. This ensures even capacitance, more stable, and improved sound.

  Factors Affecting The Quality Of Speaker Cables

Like all cables, Pressfit’s Reverb speaker cable has three main characteristics: capacitance, inductance and resistance. Due to the nature of its application , resistance becomes the most important. Most speaker systems have an impedance between about 3-4 Ω and about 15 Ω. Most speaker systems today have an impedance between 4 Ω and 8 Ω.

As the resistance in the cable increases, it will gradually affect system performance and audiophiles are usually concerned about the change in the speaker’s sound quality. Typically, the effects of the speaker cable are felt when the resistance of the cable approaches about 5% of the speaker impedance.

The resistance of the speaker cable can be altered by three main elements:


The resistance of the speaker cable is proportional to its length. So, it is a best practice to keep the length as short as possible.

Cross-Sectional Area:

The cross-sectional area or gauge (AWG) of the speaker cable has a major impact. The smaller the cross-section, the higher the resistance. It is therefore wiser to always choose a cable with a larger area.

Conductor Material:

Copper is usually the standard choice of conductive material. It has very good conductivity, can be bent easily and the cost is quite acceptable. Oxygen-free copper theoretically offers better conductivity, but does not improve perceptible audio quality and is significantly expensive.

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