|Originally posted by GJones3|
They seem to especially like very thin cables, like those from a wall wart to power computer speakers. I solved that by getting a pair of DIVA M200s which have a real AC power cord and #12 speaker wire. They don't seem to bother the bigger wires. The stuff at the pet store is called "bitter apple", as I recall, not "bitter citrus". Another thought: why not put the cable up higher than the cat can comfortably reach
|Originally posted by rbhargan|
I am sure the audiophiles will come up with a reason not do do this, since the foil will interfere with the electromagnetic flow resistance of the isometric hydrodiscontronation effect, but hopefully it will keep the cables in one piece. You may want to substitute a different material in place of foil.
(for the humor impaired)
|Originally posted by RobJ|
Does anyone have any cures for this? Aside from getting rid of the cat.