Items Purchased: TCA 14ga Speaker Wire, Klarity RCA 5m (x2), CCA 0ga (6ft), 0ga to 4ga adapter (x2), and MiniANL Fuse Holder
I just made my first purchase on Knu for the items mentioned above. Total was just over 50 shipped. Ordered on Saturday, delivered to my door in Los Angeles today via USPS Priority.
TCA Speaker Wire
First and foremost, this stuff is CRAZY cheap. At 22 cents a foot, I considered it a no-brainer. The stuff is amazingly flexible and well-jacketed. I don't have a gage dial, so I can't confirm it's true to gage, but looks like it is on visual inspection.
Klarity 5m RCA
Got two of these, one for the front channel and another for subs from the deck to my amp. Like that they're well sheathed (again, seems to be a trend with Knu), but noticed that for the built-in remote wire, there's barely any actual wire in there! If someone knows, can you tell me what gage I'm looking at here? I'd swear it's 50. Realistically, it's probably 28, but I don't even know how I'm going to strip this wire without cutting off completely. Or what barrel connectors I can use that will keep a grip on it. I think Knu intended for you to solder this one in. For now, it loses points, but I'll give some back as long as it does the trick.
KCA 0ga Ground Wire
OK, there's no way this stuff is 0 ga. I have 0ga sitting in my trunk right now that a buddy got me from his shop. The bare wire in this stuff is the size of that entire wire, including sheath. More like 00 gage, if such a thing exists. Point is, it's beefy and probably the largest chunk of bare wire I've come across yet. Even so, it's INSANELY flexible. I didn't realize something with this high a strand count could bend so easily. It's borderline flimsy, but you know, in a good way. Kinda glad I got the 4ga adapters for this stuff because I'd rather use that than shave it down. The definite winner of the haul and I will be ordering more of this stuff when it's time to upgrade the rest of my wiring.
0ga to 4ga adapter
Not much to talk about here except it looks pretty well machined and the set screw seems rugged enough to take a gronk or two. Verified to work in both 4ga inputs of my amps (see sig).
MiniANL Fuse Holder
This was more of an accidental purchase considering I wanted to get the ANL, but I'll make it work since I've got plenty of 4ga and am only wiring to one amp. I was just too lazy to call back and change the order...I do like that it includes the 8ga plug so you don't need to excessively turn the set screw. The 150a fuse that came with it is rugged, but I was disappointed by the fact I had to completely remove the retaining screws on both sides to fit the fuse. At least I know it's not coming out any time soon. Construction is solid, plastic seems pretty durable, but only time will tell how well it holds up. Bottom surface is as flat as Kiera Knightly's naughty bits, so double-sided tape to mount to the battery will hold easily.
As for customer service, looks like they have it well taken care of. Shipping was insanely fast considering it came from the other side of the country in just three days (Priority normally takes at least one more to come here) and I received shipping notification before USPS did.
I will update this review as I do my install this weekend as far as ease of routing is concerned as well as function. And pics will follow...just need to charge the camera. I don't want to take these with the iPhone. You deserve better quality.