Speaker wire was run through the cob as the walls were being built (see earlier post HERE). Using a surveyor's level, I marked 10-ft wall height at four locations on rebar equally spaced around the large oval room.
I cut a log of mesquite wood into four pieces and drilled a hole through the center of each piece so the wire can extend out. But the main reason for using the mesquite is that the wood will provide a strong anchor for the large 1978-vintage Genesis I Physics Speakers that I had restored to provide an analogue warmth to music and other audio to this earthen room.
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