Here’s a close-up of the outside:
And here’s a close-up of the inside– you can see the 4 strands of wire:
Okay, so now to do the install. The trickiest part is the start and the finish. Here was my starting point:
The copper colored wire is for my main right speaker. The two white
cables are for the surrounds. I needed to run the surround wires from
left-to-right in this photo. But how to start?
I cut a slit just above the baseboard and planned to have the
connection between the flat wire and the normal wire stay hidden inside
Needed to make sure I inserted it with the white-side up. You’ll see why in a minute.
Once it was in there, I needed to fish it up and out of the green
box so I could make the connections. I started with this grabber thing,
but ended up using a bent coat hanger.
Here you can see the wire going in the slit in the drywall, then
back out the junction box. I’ll make the connection to the white wires
in a minute.
Next I want to get the wire down onto the baseboard and start running it to the back of my room.
The orange colored part you see is the back to the adhesive. For the
part going into the wall cavity, I wanted the sticky part covered up,
but now I want to expose it. I took a razor and carefully cut the
adhesive backing and peeled some back.
Here I’ve pulled the adhesive backing away.
And here I’ve pulled the wire back into the wall a bit (I pulled on
the end I’d fished back out the green box) so the only p
- İleti: 450
- Kayıt: 02 Ağu 2006, 15:05
- Konum: bursa
- Ad Soyad: Gökhan
- Nereden: Bursa
- Arabanız: Skoda Fabia II FL 1.2