The new cables feature polymer outer mesh, G&H plugs, and double-layer heat shrink.

Ladera Ranch, CA (May 25, 2010) -- Armor Gold Cables is now offering amp-to-cabinet speaker cables. These cables are handmade in the USA and come in lengths of 4 ft. and 6 ft.

This cable features oversize G & H MegaFoot 1/4" plugs and 12 gauge wire. The wire is encased in a protective PVC jacket, resulting in a cable that is close to a 1/2 inch thick.

Direct prices: $26.99 (4 ft.) and $29.99 (6 ft.)

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