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Old Yesterday, 01:30 PM   #4901
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A simple solution.
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A simple solution.
How do you tell the polarity on that thing? Don't want to put it in the wrong way and smoke something.
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A simple solution.
will only work properly if it's gold plated.
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Is there a guide included how to use it?
It has to be placed somewhere between left and right "channel" to get an equal mix?
For some it may not be a problem :-)
I could try it tonight…….
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Hello, Just wondering which nostril it goes up?
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Hello, Just wondering which nostril it goes up?

the one that's not burnt out from snorting coke?
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Initially i have taken out the separate twisted pair strands from the cat-6 cable and thought to use them independently for each input and output points..
later thought may be if i could use the whole cat-6 cable instead of taking the individual strands out as it looked more protected and secure inside, when used cat-6 cable as a whole.. so as we had 4 pairs available i used used one cat-6 cable for each channel (mono block)..

So shall i take individual twisted pairs from the cat-6 cable outside and twist 4 strands together and out of those 4 strands use 2 for input positive and other 2 for input negative.
And similarly take another 4 strands and twist them together and out of those 4, use 2 strands for output positive and 2 for output negative (so here all will be individual wires without outer protection layers as in whole cat-6 cable)?
I have separated the cat-6 cable outer cover to get the individual strands separated as in photo .. so now one pair of strands for each input positive and negative and output positive and negative .. is it ok now ..
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Hi sarathssca,

I think this is what everyone is trying to advise you.
You only need a single twisted pair of CAT5/6 wires for each input. (Say white is - and coloured is +)
You need much thicker flexible multi strand wire for the outputs. Use the same gauge / thickness as the blue power wires in your picture. Red and black in my picture.

Keep the input and output wires apart as much as possible.

Hope that helps, Alan
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