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Austere is launching its lll Series speaker cable mounted on 50-foot spools, which is expected to be available in stores this month. The spools come in 12AWG or 14AWG SKUs and are priced $149.99 and $99.99, respectively. As well as the company’s ‘signature’ design and SoftTouch high-flex jacket, both used here, the cables employ 100% oxygen-free copper.

Designed to deliver the “ultimate in sound quality for the most discerning consumers”, the wire can be routed along baseboards and around corners, thanks to high-flex durable jackets. Austere opts for fine-stranded oxygen-free copper, rather than copper-clad aluminum, the latter of which the company says is up to 60% less efficient at conducting audio signals.  The result should produce “music the way it was intended to be heard.”

The III Series cable is intended for use with the company’s own V Series banana adapters (two pairs priced at $59.99) which allow for a seamless connection. The connectors are built with a pure gold coating for better looks and prevention against oxidation or corrosion, even in high humidity environments. A SecureLatch adapter produces a rigid internal grip and a twist-by-hand design means no tools are required. Austere says that its attention to detail reflects a dedication to more than just value and functionality.

Austere cables and accessories are available from Austere.com online as well as national, regional, and global retailers such as BrandsMart USA, Crutchfield, Curacao, PC Richard & Son, Visions Electronics in Canada and Amazon. All Austere products are backed with a lifetime guarantee.

 

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