Sewell Ghost Wire can be used on almost any flat surface. Perfect for running stereo signals across rooms, around corners, in automobiles, under flooring, or any situation where wires cannot be run through walls.
These terminal blocks are designed specifically for use with Ghost Wire (Sold Separately).
How to Terminate Ghost Wire
- Peel back the white backing about 1” and cut it off, exposing the adhesive and conductors.
- Trim away white covering in between and at the edges of the conductors.
- Remove the white covering from the opposite side of the conductor. It does not have adhesive between the conductor, and should leave a nice clean copper surface when removed.
- Fold the conductors 2-4 times, keeping the clean copper surface outwards.
- Insert the conductors into the Terminal Block and tighten the set screws.
- Insert your standard speaker cable in the other end of the terminal block and tighten the set screw.
Mfg. Part Number
- SW-29982 1 pc. 2 Conductor Terminal Block
- SW-29982-4 4 pc. 2 Conductor Terminal Block
- SW-29982-8 8 pc. 2 Conductor Terminal Block
- SW-32843 1 pc. 4 Conductor Terminal Block
- SW-32874-CON 10 pc. 2 Conductor 23 AWG
- Ghost Wire™ by Sewell
- Terminal Block
- Made for Sewell 2 or 4 Conductor Ghost Wire
- Converts flat speaker wire to regular speaker wire
The terminal blocks are fine, it's all the ghost tape peeling off my walls that has me pissed.
Need to put some way to mount the block to a surface/wall
I bought them to go with the speaker wire "tape" - very simple and the right way to connect to the ribbon. Any other approach is unreliable and a waste of time.
The shortcoming of the termination block is the lack of any provision to attach to the wall. It would be nice if there was double side tape or either integrated nails or holes in the term block to accept nails which would secure it to the wall. Other than that, it's a just a term block for the flat wire.
While the terminal blocks function exactly as specified, it would have been great if screws to mount them to the wall were included. Also, given that the intent of Ghost Wire, etc. is to hide the speaker wire, it would be great if the terminal blocks came with some type of finishing cover; it looks like I have part of an erector set screwed to my wall...