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Q:How do wiring car audio player?
If you cannot get a wiring diagram for your stereo or car. It's still pretty simple to install a stereo. You basically just gotta color code all the wires. Red sometimes orange is power wire, black is ground, blue is remote the rest are speaker wires. Look for wires that are identical such as light blue light blue with a white stripe, gray dark gray with a white stripe etc.....
Q:does copper, bell, or speaker wire carry energy faster?
If he is an Electrician than my guess is that the wire is solid copper (not stranded). While this will technically work, it is not very flexible and it would be single wire which could mean getting the polarity (+ and -) easily confused. Save yourself the headache and just buy some 12 gauge stranded speaker wire. (It's not that expensive).
Q:What is the difference between insulated and non-insulated strands wires?
The only wire I know of that has individually insulated strands, is Litz wire, used in radio frequency applications. If you mean the wire strands include such as a cotton strand, it is probably the core around which the other strands are spun.
Q:Help in grounding a two wire outlet?
If your electric wiring is in conduit or BX the problem is easy. The metal casing is the ground. Just install three prong outlets. The mounting screw makes the connection. If you have (Romex), the plastic covered wire cable, you will have to attach the bare copper wire to the green ground screw.
Q:Install Ceiling light (3 wires) into Ceiling Fan (4 wires)?
A circuit consists of two conductors not counting the green/bare, but can have more than two. Also a circuit can branch off and energize other things. Thus you have branch circuits. The ceiling box fan probably is a branch circuit consisting of two or three maybe four conductors i.e., black, red, white and green/bare. A ceiling fan will pull a load/current of usually 2 amps but can be a lot more. A 60watt incandescent light bulb pulls 1/6 of an amp, or 4 60watt bulbs is around 2amps. By and far the amount is very low considering most general lighting circuits can handle up to 20amps without any problems.
Q:How do you repair a wire?
The wires in those little patch cords and headphones and stuff are often very fine and hard to splice or solder. You could get you some wire cutters and wire strippers and a soldering iron and some electrical tape or shrink wrap and go at it, but it would probably be just as well to get another cord.
Q:can a positive wire connect a negative and positive terminal together?
effective and detrimental keep on with to DC in elementary words, together with a battery or a skill grant. both of both might want to be grounded, or neither might want to be grounded. For AC, which varies between effective and detrimental voltages many circumstances per 2d, the words effective and detrimental are literally not used. instead, for an AC skill distribution device together with at your position of residing, you've a warm and impartial and a floor twine. The impartial is linked to floor at one element and is the go back for the warm, which has a voltage on it that varies between effective and detrimental voltages many circumstances per 2d. the floor twine is for safe practices. .
Q:what to use for 12 volt wire?
Depends what lights they are,spot lights perhaps?,anyway,tell your local parts shop what you`re wiring up and the will supply you with the correct cable. Or you could go down the scrappy and rip out some of the thickest cable and use that.
Q:Something that can convert RCA to speaker wire?
You can't connect speakers directly to a turntable preamp. You need an amp.
Q:Radio Wires For A Pontiac Grand Prix?
Speaker wires: left front: (+) tan (-) gray right front: (+) lt. green (-) dk. green left rear: (+) brown (-) yellow right rear: (+) dk. blue (-) lt. blue Accessory power at radio for amp turn-on: yellow (only in 2003 and older; should be located next to orange constant power wire)