"The following below is from the BBC Byte size web site:
"The physical properties of different metals make them useful for different purposes. For example, copper is used for electrical wiring because it is a good conductor of electricity.
Metal particles are held together by strong metallic bonds, which is why they have high melting and boiling points. The free electrons in metals can move through the metal, allowing metals to conduct electricity. Superconductors have little or no electrical resistance."
Well this product appeared to meet this description bang on. So no complaints there.
Fortunately for me the insulation on the outside of the copper cable seemed to perform its role swimmingly too.
I'd observe that it was arguably a tad expensive, but then did I order it on a Sunday for a click and collect 20 minutes later from a store 2 minutes drive from my house? Yes I did, so realistically I should get over myself and give it #or screwfix?#5 stars for convenience. They make it quite clear what the deal is and I can reveal I wasn't coerced in anyway to part with my cash. Perhaps if I could project manage a bit more effectively, I wouldn't need their superb click and collect services at such short notice?
Was their 42 copper strands within in each individual cable? Am I really going to pluck my magnifying glass out and count them?
I see the review advice opposite suggests you refrain from "attitude"?
However, please permit me to be somewhat sarcastic, it's the only way I can "review" a length of speaker cable."