Originally Posted by cr136124
Originally Posted by deafear
I just looked at your gallery...holy cow......
Thanks man. Speaking of which............I need to update the pics at that gallery.......
Originally Posted by darthray
Thanks, yes it does make sence.
Since I got to wait anogher week for the new sleeve, I will try a little experement this week-end.
I will start to insert some sleeve on the wire, just a few inches and where it not fray, I will apply some Ketone or Acetone aroud the sleeve and give it time to dry.
Then I will remove the sleeve and cut it where the Acetone or ketone is with scissor since this stuff (not with aheat knife since it is flammable) kind of melt a little bit the sleeve material and see how it work since that part would alredy been stretch to the wire size.
I will post how it did work.
Yes, please post some pics. I guess the reason you are having a bit of extra work is the fact that we used different materials (I'm specifically talking about the sleeve).
But, it seems like you have a solid action plan and I can't wait to have a look at first prototype.
You also beat me to my edit.
What i did meant was, I will use the trick of electric tape for the cable pants end and see how the Acetone or Ketone work for the end that you have to feed through the the speaker wire, the less it would fray, the better (finish wit heat shrink).
And for the pics.
I will post some, but it will only be finish at one end and for the few feets going inside the the wall.
The other end will be un-finish since it will be inside the furnace room (in-wall pre-amp, amp and blu-ray player).
Just want a nice cable to match the look of my aperion Verus Grand with my Soundocity speaker riggers.
At this point, it is a look thing, not a sound thing.
And this thread provided just that. People with different equipment and budget that just want to make their system look like a million bucks.
Why? because we care about audio when others don't and we all try to help each other around here.
P.S. cannot wait to get my new sleeve and get it done!