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#2648 - 04/13/02 05:19 PM m2ti internal speaker wiring
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What kind of speaker wires are used internally on the M2ti? I assume it is copper, but what material is the insulation, and has any effort been made to seal and prevent the wiring from oxidation?

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#2649 - 04/14/02 08:45 AM Re: m2ti internal speaker wiring
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It sounds like you believe the wire is bare copper strands?

While I have not disassembled a new pair of Axioms, the AX3's I have are wired with Sound King. The subwoofer is wired with 12gauge, and the mid and tweeter are lesser gauge. I had planned to upgrade the wiring before I realized it was of sufficient size and quality.

Do you have specific concerns in this area?
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#2650 - 04/15/02 12:42 AM Re: m2ti internal speaker wiring
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Oxidation was my only real concern. Other than that, changing the internal wiring would be a potential tweak sometime in the future, but not very likely.

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