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speaker with micro usb

I thought this would be a simple solution but it is turning out difficult. I have speakers that charge through a micro usb. I would like to extend this speaker 15 feet. I thought this was easy but I cannot seem to find a micro usb cable that has a heavy enough gauge to power the speakers adequately. Unknowingly I purchase a 15 foot micro usb cable off of amazon only to be shown that because of the length it won't charge. I did a search for a heavy gauge micro usb cable but I cannot find anything. Got to be kidding me. Does no cable exist? I suppose you are going to ask me to use an extension cord but I don't want an extension cord with the plug in to be in the middle of the room. Usb cords are cleaner than extension cords.

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http://www.yourcablestore.com/USB-Ca...m_ep_42-1.html

If you are trying to go over 16 foot total you need an active solution from what I've seen . I've stretched that a little with low power devices (mice) with some success but I would imaging speakers are going to require more power . If you are going to stay under that , they make USB 2.0 F to micro M adapters that you can use to get a M to M USB cable to work for your speakers .

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