Want to delay power in a series, how can I do that?

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I have a driver that sends power to a wire when it hears a sound. What I would like to do is cut the wire into sections and put something inline that would delay the power getting sent by a fraction of a second. So, wire 1 is powered, Δt, wire 2 is powered, Δt, wire 3 is powered, etc. Is there an analog way to do this? Ideally it would be something I could solder in between each section.
 

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I have a driver that sends power to a wire when it hears a sound. What I would like to do is cut the wire into sections and put something inline that would delay the power getting sent by a fraction of a second. So, wire 1 is powered, Δt, wire 2 is powered, Δt, wire 3 is powered, etc. Is there an analog way to do this? Ideally it would be something I could solder in between each section.
It sounds like you want to use an analog delay line circuit:

http://www.datasheetarchive.com/analog delay line schematic-datasheet.html

There are some datasheets for such parts/circuits.
 

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