Hi everyone this is my first instructable, so constructive critiques are pretty much welcome XD.
So onto business, while I was setting up my speakers in my new cubicle I found myself with a mess of loose wires so I thought of a way to "tame" them.

Step 1: Tools and Materials

Here's what you will need:
   A paper puncher
   Pair of Scissors
   ring binder

this is a good idea for wires that aren't being used. the trouble with this approach for live wires is it will introduce "inductive ringing" because you are basically making an electro magnetic. This will have the effect of creating whining or ringing sounds in audio equipment, or introduce ghosting in video equipment.
Thanks, I know, that it's basically an &quot;air-core&quot; coil but i figured since i'm only using it for a line with low AC passing through it and around office equipment that aren't that sensitive to magnetic induction.<br><br>I wouldn't recommend this for use on high-power output or high-end audio equipment because of the interference it'd cause.
Thanks !

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