Black Stuart wrote:Cat,
if you buy cables rather than making them - why are you posting on a DIY cable thread - LOL.
what's the stuff called that one can buy which is just a length of wire, covered with braid/foil, which one then puts some kind of termination on? I call it cable. Here's a pic of the cable I have, including two shielded mains cables (twin and three core), FM aerial cable, loudspeaker cable, and two types of interconnect cable, both screened.
together with the little device I think Victor is talking about.
And yes you need to be specific to be taken seriously, throwing out stupid snidy comments, when really you cannot input anything useful is about your mark.
no, for the final time, I don't need to be specific, my belief is that sometimes one needs shielding, other times, one may get away with it. This is a generalization, and therefore is not specific.
Banging a wall in Wales and then complaining that your t/table jumped - absolutely hilarious or sad depending on how you look at it.
what on earth are you on? I live in Glorious Devon, you need to get out more.
Hi Victor, may be a troll, lets give him/her the benefit. Original thinkers always court controversy, something about 'rocking the boat'. But in this case, I think the engineers are with me, even HiFi World has said the same thing. If you are having trouble melting the solder, you might need a hotter iron, BTW, but an artist working in your medium would know that, I guess
|I use 99.3% tin, 0.7% Copper, and a 30 watter does it for me.