Revolutionary Speaker Wire Termination System

Finally a way hi quality speaker termination system for Multiroom audio and Home Theater Systems that saves time, money and enhances your pre wiring efficiency

T.H.E. Terminal Blocks


CDMI and T.H.E. have developed a revolutionary pre -wire system for home theater and multi -room audio video systems. The heart of the system is the innovative Speaker Terminal Blocks, designed to give a high quality wire -to -wire feed -through connection for speaker wire up to 14 gauge. Currently available in a 12 channel multi room audio and seven channel home theater model, the Terminal blocks are made of high quality oxygen free copper and are rated at 20 amp 600 volts.

T.H.E. Terminal Blocks are a time and money saving tool that will allow installers to greatly reduce the time spent trimming out jobs, troubleshooting problems, and doing final installations. They allow for an organized installation that expedites installation time, protects wire and in turn makes installers more profitable. The system is compatible with any multi room distribution system and should be used on all pre - construction jobs and most retrofit jobs. They are the first step in completing a high quality experience for any installation company and the first step T.H.E. is taking to revolutionize the Custom Installation Industry.

For further information or to become a dealer contact:
timbre@cdmiinc.com
www.cdmiinc.com
(800) 920 -9333

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