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What is Class rated for the speaker wires?

I need to know for the building codes. I am running speaker wires inside dry walls. I know only CL3 wires are eligible to run inside wall. What is Durabrand speaker wires rated??? CL3???

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NEC rating for speaker wire installation link : http://www.bluejeanscable.com/articles/inwallrating.htmI Interesting reading however that doesn't answer your question directly... You may have to speak with the local building/wring inspector if you are concerned about the rating. CL2 & CL3 are suitable for in wall use. If I were you, I would solicit the information from the place you purchased your wire.. they must have a direct line of communication with the supplier /manufacturer and should ba able to provide that information.

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