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post #31 of 48
Would love to see the images! Hope things are going well!

-Allen
post #32 of 48
Thread Starter 
I lost all the uploads I had made during the head-fi shortage, so I'll need to upload all the photos again. This wil probably only happen in February since I'm currently overloaded with other projects.
post #33 of 48
I've did the Lit braid successfully Thanks Santos
Now I'm waiting for your tutorial of 6 or 8 wires braid.
post #34 of 48
Can you please re-up the pictures?
post #35 of 48
Thread Starter 
I had to format my PC and currently only have the pics in my backup HD. I'll be flooded with work for the next month as I'll be travelling to the Euro2008 regularly working, so I don't know when I'll have some time to do it.
post #36 of 48
Pardon my rudeness, what bout now?
post #37 of 48
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by fiiophile View Post
Pardon my rudeness, what bout now?
Yeah, that's a bit rude actually... but I'll answer anyway....

Right now I have no personal time to update this, it needs quite a few hours of work which I am not willing to spare. I'm on hiatus from DIY for the moment so I don't know when or if I will ever update this tutorial. All the information is available online, google it.
post #38 of 48
Quote:
Originally Posted by quicksilver96 View Post
I was under the impression that litz braiding anything other than solid core wire does not yield the interference and "shielding" benefits of the technique. I read this somewhere and can no longer find it, can anyone confirm or deny this?

Thanks
I think this is what you were looking for from chimera.
A little late but i think this topic is frequently viewed.

"There is an optimum type of wire for braiding audio Litz wire. Solid core wire is the only type that should be used. Stranded wire defeats or offsets the benefits of Litz construction. Stranded wire is nothing more than a number of bare conductors that are spiral twisted to form the conductor. This type of wire construction has phase anomalies and mechanical resonance that severely degrades audio signal transmission. Litz braiding a poor conductor is an exercise in futility."
post #39 of 48
This looks a very interesting tutorial. The Mods have had a spring clean, and there’s no pics. MASantos do you still have the pics for preparation, flat braid and round braid?
post #40 of 48
Thread Starter 
please read my last post. I don't have the time atm to update this tutorial. Maybe in the summer.
post #41 of 48
can you re-upload pics please
post #42 of 48
Hope this doesn't sound rude, but is it that hard that everyone needs pics? If I get a chance this week will post myself so other matey doesn't get hassled as often
post #43 of 48
Can you fix images please? It would really help me
thank you
post #44 of 48

For the 5th time, can someone post step by step pics of the 4 conductors flat braid? tongue.gif

post #45 of 48

For the LAST time, Google is your friend.  L3000.gif

 

Jeez....

 

   http://www.chimeralabs.com/diy_braid.html

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