Summary:There are several different classifications of audio speaker cable, including:
Gauge: The thickness or diameter of the wire, typically measured in Am...
Gauge: The thickness or diameter of the wire, typically measured in American Wire Gauge (AWG).
Construction: The type of wire and its composition, such as stranded or solid core, and whether it is made of copper, silver, or gold.
Shielding: The presence or absence of a shield around the wire to protect against electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI).
Bi-wiring/bi-amping: Bi-wiring and bi-amping refer to using separate cables for the high-frequency and low-frequency signals in a speaker.
Brand and Quality: Different brands have different quality of audio speaker cable and it also depends on the manufacturing process.