Home Tweakers' Asylum

Tweaks for systems, rooms and Do It Yourself (DIY) help. FAQ.

The mechanical structure is good, but add some insulators...

I suggest mounting brackets (or some drill holes) onto the horizontal copper pipes, and fasten some attractive-looking ceramic or glass insulators to position the cables on rather than resting on the bare copper pipes. Additionally, stick an Everbilt (from Home Depot) thin anti-skid pad as a mild vibration control interface.


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