A couple more non-original ideas that I have used over the years.
1. The little plastic tabs with the split from the bread wrappers make easy
tags to use on small control and audio cables. Just label them with marker
2. I buy a package of assorted colors of electrical tape. Then by using
different bands of colors I identify various RF cables as to antenna, etc. You
have to remember to make a chart though.
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> A couple more wire tie ideas to pass along, they can be reused if cut off
> at the point the end goes into the latching head. And if you need a longer
> one, they can be daisy chained.
> Also available at electronic and electrical supply houses are sticky back
> or screw down pads that will accept a wire tie to hold a bundle of wires.
> And finally a thought I have had from years or dealing with radio desks
> against walls, that it would be much easier if you have the room to have
> access behind the equipment.
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