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This is kinda interesting, I'm probably going to need to look into this more myself with what y'all have told me, and I'm gonna get around to watching that video that grace showed me
Hello Dr. Huskythe thing you can truly look forward to is that you can make/copy many wires out there cheap, as long as its your version that is legal,,,, go to a thrift shop and buy RCA cords and cut the ends off for RCA plugs, get this stuff to cover your work https://m.cabletiesandmore.com/products-of-colored-expandable-braided-cable-sleeving-per-foot-584 PLUS CONGRATS, YOUR THREAD HERE HAS BEEN READ 1502 times.COOL DUDE !!!!
Thats my plan to build some speaker wire
Worth mention solid wire is used as speaker cable by full range drivers customers at many years, inclusive CAT 5, this wire are recommeded by David Dicks for the Nirvana FR drivers, hence the press on connectors used in his drivers have a small hole to hold speaker cable.
I found the design papers behind the Belden Iconoclast line to be very illuminating. I would never spend that much on a cable (maybe if I win MegaMillions).http://www.iconoclastcable.com/storyThe science behind its construction was very interesting to me.
IMHO I think it will drive you nuts trying to know all there is about wire, BUT I also believe their are most likely as as many different system value combinations as there are different wires, oh thank god i am completely happy with what i got and the searching is over.
Interesting site Russell, but dam you he's gotta a jazz recording I gotta buy now Husky you may want to look at these RCA'S ribbons, As a idea for speaker wires (foil connections ? ) I have never heard a bad thing about Maple Shade offerings.Although I know folks who would give him grief for the lack of RF shielding, or i might just not be seeing it inside the copper shown here on surface Grace Ruby Maple Shade RCA IC'S
Oh, the recordings. Unlike anything else, he tries to recreate the sound of a live group at the small venues he listened to these and other artists in the DC and surrounding area's jazz scene. I'm particularly fond of The C Nuts, traditional jazz band doing rock covers, just awesome. quote edited to save space
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