Sorry, I haven't checked this thread in a hot minute, but here's the gear I can bring:
Amp(s) Darkvoice 3322
Bottlehead Crack (no speedball) <----may be willing to sell if there's interest
DAC: HRT Music Streamer II+
Headphones: HD650 (silver custom cable)
AKG K550 & K702
Audio Technica ATH-ESW9 (with silver re-cable)
Here's my ATH-ESW9 recable with silver stranded wire I did last week.... the paracord was a b*tch to work with for a first timer, but I still think it came out pretty nice. Plugs were from Yew Audio.
Also, I had to melt the plastic on the cups where the cable goes in with my soldering iron a tiny bit, because the cord wouldn't fit otherwise, lol
I've heard pure silver stranded wire "the good stuff" versus silver plated copper cables and I personally couldn't tell a difference to save my grandmother's life. Unless you're talking about really pricey OCC stuff like what Toxic uses, (I've never heard OCC silver stranded) but I don't quite understand the difference anyhow. I try not to give in to the marketing hype side of things.
Hey guys, quick recable question-
I have a brand new pair of drivers with two solder points on them, I know the two each must be Left+/Left- and Right+/Right- but they are not labeled. What is the best way to tell? Should I go and get a digital multimeter?
If so, would I be able to tell this by holding the positive and negative tips on the multimeter to the solder points directly on the drivers?