Pyle PPSS50 Speakon Type Speaker Cable 50 ft.
Pyle PPSS50 Speakon Type Speaker Cable 50 ft. is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 2 out of 5
from CONNECTORS DON'T FIT NEUTRIKOn the good side, Parts Express took great care of me and is sending me 4 (2 extra) Neutrik ends to replace the ones that came on this cable. I'll put the Neutrik ends on myself. I'd rather not have a replacement cable sent with the same issue. The Pyle ends fit in most Speakon jacks but not the ones from Neutrik. I am converting all of my speakers to Speakon connectors and using Neutrik panel mounts so the Pyles have to fit. These cables did fit (very snugly) the jacks on my Yamaha, Carvin and Gallien-Krueger gear. Great price. Other than this issue they look to be good quality. Time will tell. Buy them if you are willing to deal with a possible connector problem.
Date published: 2014-11-13
Rated 2 out of 5
from Wire is OK, Connectors terrible!Best value in #12-2 speaker cable - cheaper than bulk cable! Forget the connectors, buy genuine Neutrik 2 pole SpeakON.
Date published: 2014-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5
by Brooklyn's Bigga Boss
from Best bang for the buckI purchased several of these and am very pleased. Money well spent. Seems well put together and does what I need it to do. Connectors seem just as durable as my more expensive cables and for this price u can't go wrong. Definitely would recommend!
Date published: 2013-05-06
Rated 4 out of 5
from Really Good BargainPros: Best value, almost ricdiculously so; affordable 50-ft length with SpeakOn connectorsCons: Generic SpeakOns, not as sophisticated as Neutrik NL4 connectors but quite serviceable, with screw terminals (not the ridiculous setscrew terminals that some manufacturers have used). There appears to be some dispute over the AWG-12 rating, which should be at least 2.0mm for the bare wire. I can say the bare-wire diameter is noticeable larger than AWG14 (There are 12.5, 13 and 13.5 ratings). In any even, for a single 50-ft run, or as the last 50-ft on a longer 12AWG run, I personally wouldn't worry about it. My experience is that 30-ft runs are usually all you need for club gigs with a 4-piece band, so a single pair of 50-ft runs might be all you "ever" need.
Date published: 2012-10-07