Question about RCA RTD300 System
You cast your Mark I Eyeball on the speaker wires then buy something like it at Home Depot. Lamp cord will probably suffice and it's cheap. Buy a spool of it. Then you TURN THE UNIT OFF and carefully splice in the desired length of wire (*), one conductor at a time so you don't criss-cross anything. Make sure you leave NO conductors exposed in the joints.
* They make a number of solderless splicing devices. Ask the guys at HD when you buy the wire.
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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