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NASA's wiring guide -- only the most demanding geeks need apply

NASA's wiring guide -- only the most demanding geeks need apply
Nilay Patel
Nilay Patel|February 9, 2008 5:25 PM

In our opinion, the best rigs are the ones held together with duct tape and wired up with leftover speaker cable, but if you're looking to class things up -- and avoid any number of potential fire issues -- NASA's got you covered with the agency's official Workmanship Standards Pictorial Reference. The exhaustive guide covers everything from wire splicing to connector tightness, and if you're opening up walls to install a home theater or just trying to build the prettiest casemod on the block, it's well worth a look -- the rest of us can stick to using chewing gum and prayer to keep our gear running.

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