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DIY Interconnects

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Knightshade, Aug 15, 2004.

  1. Knightshade

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    OK, after spending a silly amount of money on interconnects I find myself with time on my hands and a very strange desire to try and make an interconnect or ten. I reckon I can justify the expenditure of my Atlas leads but there is that slight doubt nagging at the back of my head :lesson:
    I'm using Cat 5 for speaker cable so i'm not a complete novice at the DIY thing but I would imagine Interconnects would be a slightly different story.
    Greatly appreciate anyones advice or experiences good or bad.
    Thanks
     
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    I've made up a few although in my case it's just a case of getting some decent connectors and soldering them to reasonable wire. I've got some IBM network cable that I keep meaning to try out though.

    There's plenty of helpful advice at www.tnt-audio.com
     
  3. Knightshade

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    Thanks Eviljohn2,
    Usefull link.
     

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