Patented speaker wires, drawings to build speaker cables.

 

How to Build Your Own HiFi Cables

Both Interconnects and Speaker Wire

 

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Patented speaker Wires Intructions PDF:

PDF for Speaker Wires

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Video of How to Build Patented Cables

 

 

Parts and Supplies to build your Cables

 

 

1. Drill bits and Teflon rod for construction:

Drill bit for 16, 18 or 24 gauge wire and interconnects:

Click on coded text below

1/8 inch extended tip bit, High Speed

3/8 thick teflon rod (.375) with these smaller gauge wires

3/8 inch thick Teflon rod

Drill bit for 10, 12 or 14 gauge speaker wires:

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3/16 extended tip bit, High Speed

½ thick Teflon rod for these larger wires

1/2 thick Teflon Rod

Less Expensive Alternative to Teflon:

A less expensive alternative to Teflon rod is Polyethylene Rod.
It works basically the same and sounds almost as good. In most situations except the most expensive home audio HiFi systems this is a very good alternative to the more expensive Teflon.

It’s likely that you would not be able to tell the difference between the two unless you have a $50,000+ home stereo.

Polyethylene rod

2. Overbraid to cover the cables for finishing:

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Tools & Tech Aids – Installation tools, test equipment, speaker repair and replacement tools

3. Shrink tubing:

To protect small wire leads inside connector: Click on coded text below

Tools & Tech Aids – Installation tools, test equip-ment, speaker repair and replacement tools

For covering overbraid and cable connector on cable ends:

½ inch shrink tube with adhesive for smaller cables:

click coded text:

Tools & Tech Aids – Installation tools, test equip-ment, speaker repair and replacement tools

¾ inch shrink tube for balanced connectors and larger wire connectors

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Colored shrink tube for labeling finished cables:

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4. Connectors, RCA, XLR, Spade, Banana:

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High quality Neutrik Connectors, all types:

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5. Bare copper wire, conductor wires:

You can also get this type of wire at a home supply store (not just at these links).

This is basic romex house wire for building houses, or you can purchase it in bulk at this supplier as bare copper wire.

12 AWG bare copper wire

14 AWG bare copper wire

24 AWG bare copper wire

18 AWG bare copper wire

These are bulk quantities, so you would be able to build many sets of cables if buying in bulk. If you need a cheaper route go to your local home supply store and get smaller quantities at lower cost.

Do use solid core cables though as these conductors offer better signal transfer and will sound a bit more lifelike in my experi-ence. Stranded wire would also be quite difficult to thread through the Teflon slugs.

6. Tools: Assembly aids:

Soldering irons:

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Tools & Tech Aids – Installation tools, test equipment, speaker repair and replacement tools

Helping hands clamps with magnifier glass:

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Hands free helper for soldering parts, clips wires and holds in place.

Solder:

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7. Drill press (this is an example):

High Speed drill press:

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Drill Press

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