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Sounds like you are code concious already lol. Do you have a local inspector you can call and get the real deal answer? Codes are different for different areas. I believe your speaker wire run will be compromised with a splice. Splices are a weak link compared to a fresh continuous run. Some splices may deteriorate over time depending on the materials/ installation you use. If it is easy to get at ( the attic) will it be that difficult to replace the whole run with a new cable ? (and have piece of mind) Hope this helps.
 

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I put my speaker cable splices inside junction boxes, in the attic, for mechanical protection.
 

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The connectors would make the splice electrically and mechanically secure.. Sounds good to me!

On most connections, especially concealed, I generally solder and shrinktube. That's just me. I don't think you would ever have any problem with those connectors, provided you applied them correctly (give a little tug and make sure they're secure).

Tim
 
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