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CryingDragon 28th November 2002 01:19 AM

Follow up to cap sleeve thread,Wire color makes a diffrence!!
 
Did you all know that using wire with red insulation to carry positive and black to carry negative will help in keeping the polarity separate thus reducing ripple? :devilr:

halojoy 28th November 2002 01:23 AM

Re: Follow up to cap sleeve thread,Wire color makes a diffrence!!
 
Quote:

Originally posted by CryingDragon
Did you all know that using wire with red insulation to carry positive and black to carry negative will help in keeping the polarity separate thus reducing ripple? :devilr:
This is nothing new.
In fact these colors have been used
for ages to improve the electrical qualities of circuits.
It is important to polish the insulation
every now and then,
to keep the currents fresh and clean. :cool:

CryingDragon 28th November 2002 01:30 AM

And green is best for ground, It helps immensely in reducing ground loops because, as we all know then color green is very straight on the molecular level thus making the loops straight and thus eliminating them :D

fdegrove 28th November 2002 02:13 AM

NEED A NUTCRACKER??
 
Hi,

We the colourblind use unbleeched coton insulation for best sound.
In that way the deaf can hear what the blind have to say.

Ciao.;)

peranders 28th November 2002 07:28 AM

Now I'm really confused. Electrons are yellow, why haven't the cables yellow insulation? My research shows that electrons runs faster in yellow cables. The noise is also reduced. :yes:

Christer 28th November 2002 08:36 AM

As you all know, there are red, green and blue quarks and quarks
make up the protons and neutrons. Hence you should avoid
using any of these colours for insulation, since it will confuse the
electrons, which won't be able to tell the insulation from the
atoms they jump between, making them run into the insulation
and get stuck there every now and when. :)

leroy 28th November 2002 10:15 AM

I installed a lightbulb inside my amplifier and speaker cabinet so the electrons can see where they are going. The result is a much brighter sound :D

halojoy 28th November 2002 10:16 AM

NUTCRACKER - ME??
 
Quote:

Originally posted by fdegrove
Hi,
We the colourblind use unbleeched cotton insulation for best sound.
In that way the deaf can hear what the blind have to say.
Ciao.;)

Cotton can do for most of us.
The sound you get, is somewhat less plastic and more soft.

For REAL high end, with a smooth, warm and rich upper rolloff,
there is only one thing:
:att'n: HAND-WOVEN NATURE SILK :att'n:

SkinnyBoy 28th November 2002 10:17 AM

The red ones ALWAYS go faster. Use red for everything... The sound will be faster and so will be the electricity from the mains.. :) Faster power means better bass!!!!!!! I tink..

fdegrove 28th November 2002 10:26 AM

SILKY SMOOTH.
 
Hi,

Quote:

For REAL high end, with a smooth, warm and rich upper rolloff,
Quote:

HAND-WOVEN NATURE SILK
Where do you buy your caterpillars?:D

Ciao,;)


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