Howto make low-inductance speaker cables
DIY Audio Projects writes a DIY speaker cable project
The cables use multiple stands of 16 AWG wire that is twisted together in alternating directions. The alternating cable geometry minimizes inductance. The multiple 16 AWG wires combine to create a cable with an equivalent cable gauge of 10, so resistance is also low. The result is a fine looking cable that delivers the performance of commercial cables at a fraction of the cost.
Note that he calls the oak sleeves at the end of the cable "decorative".
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