This page describes various audio DIY projects one speaker cable, four interconnects, and an AC line filterthat I did as per the recipes of Jon Risch, which may be found here. Jon is one of the moderators of the Audio Asylum bulletin board, which is a good source of information on hifi matters. Jon himself will answer questions addressed to him.
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It gives you the versatility and power you need in a professional sound system. Use it in meeting halls and auditoriums, at sports events, in schools, and in the office for paging systems - anywhere you need to deliver special announcements with excellent sound. If an icon appears at the end of a paragraph, go to the box on that All Rights Reserved. RadioShack and RadioShack.
My first Bop It not only had the distinct honor of being my favorite toy, one that I played with every day for hours while pacing around the house in a concentrated trance, but also held the honor of being my parents' least favorite toy. Why would such an amazingly fun toy make my parents want to bop their own brains in? That is why I felt it necessary to install a headphone jack and devise a way to mute the primary speaker.
Spring circlip, serrated gripping jaws in nose. Plastic coated antislip scalloped handle provides extra leverage and greater comfort. Can be used as a cutter or wire strippercan cut copper electrical wires from 10 to 18 gauge.
The other banana plug will attach to the black cable. Take the banana plug with the red stripe and unscrew the bottom about half way and feed the speaker wire into the bottom of the banana plug. I bought a set of Radio Shack Crimp-On Banana Plugs, but can't figure out how they crimp they seem to be pretty thick brass has anyone used these?
In some cases, it's because a piece of audio equipment uses the RCA connection for its speaker output and you can't connect upgraded speakers without it. You can also use speaker wire with RCA connectors as a custom-made patch cord to connect between your audio components. It's the simplest of soldering jobs, and is both inexpensive and useful. Measure the length of wire you'll need for your specific use.