The best (worse) one wins a pkg. of sandwich ties...blues ones, of course.
That's right, no one mentioned using bread bag ties to label cables. I find them too large to use at the back of your processor, but they're very handy for labeling cables temporarily when you're swapping in new gear, or when you have several identical looking cables.
I also use the bread bag ties, even at the processor end. Colour coded tags are very useful, like the RCA colour convention, red & white and all the video cables are blue (no yellow bread bag ties around here).
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Post by mgoldshteyn on Sept 12, 2014 15:02:55 GMT -5
I would urge you not to run power cables along with interconnects and to separate speaker cables from interconnects as well, so as not to (potentially) introduce feedback caused by crosstalk if the runs are of any significant length. If the interconnects are balanced, this may be less of an issue.
Last Edit: Sept 12, 2014 15:03:36 GMT -5 by mgoldshteyn