How to Wrap an Audio Cable

How to Wrap an Audio Cable

Ok, I admit it. I’ve worked in video production for 28 years and sort-a, kind-a knew how to wrap a cable – but not really. I was pretty much faking it. Kind of embarrassing to ask after a certain point in your career. There is a right way and a wrong way. Right way; the cable opens up smooth as silk and you look cool. Wrong way; the cable pulls out in a tangled mess and you look like a dork.

So, for all us camera people out there in the same boat, here’s a video from the Location Audio Simplified iBook with Dean showing us how it’s done. Now you don’t have to ask anyone and wear the face of shame.

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3 Comments

  1. May 17, 2013, 8:14 am   /  Reply

    Location crew,very informative,im getting started doing sound.Appreciate any info.Thank you.

  2. Doris
    August 8, 2016, 2:15 am   /  Reply

    Recently, I find the Gotor Audio cable is very useful: Above all. The quality of the cable is first rate, it built with 24K golding pure copper metal ensure the cleanest sound experience possible.it is bent over 10000 times, it will still return to the original shape and be saw no damage or change in performance. Visually appealing and appearing very high quality. Besides. It can be used with all types of phone, tables, iPod, laptop, MP3 or other media-playing device on headphone, Hi-Fi or car stereo which has standard 3.5mm aux ports. It’s very convenient no matter where you are. In addition. The technicians in Gotor use a high shielding and high authenticity protection design to ensure that customers recieve the best sounds via the cable. Do you want to have a cable ? The free sample will be send to you if you help this company to write a blog or make a video about our product.

    • Dean Miles
      September 16, 2016, 8:47 am   /  Reply

      Hi Doris, thanks for the offer but with my setup I’m now completely wireless.

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