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http://blog.contextures.com/archives/2009/05/05/excel-list-of-all-mp3-files-in-a-directory/ Maybe? I've not used it, but it seems like what you want. That said, you can also create a full list of folders if you have your music in a 1 folder per album structure (I usually have Band\Album for bands I like that I have multiple albums of) in the command prompt. cd to your Music directory and type dir > filename.txt That will output a list of everything in that folder...
This would likely be a better choice: http://www.redco.com/Mogami-W2799.html
I use Mogami 2893 or 2799 for my DT 770 cables. I used some Canare cable (I think) for a first try, but I didn't like how stiff it was. The 2893/2799 cable is 26 AWG so it's nice and flexible, plus it's cheap.http://www.head-fi.org/t/71148/diy-cable-gallery/14670#post_11939940If you're doing a removable cable mod on the DT770s, please be careful. It's really, really easy to overheat the pads and separate the voice coil wire (I've done it).
There are 2 whole threads on Grado mods: http://www.head-fi.org/t/119314/post-your-grado-mods http://www.head-fi.org/t/560806/sr60-mod-part-ii Though there are some replacement pad suggestions. I use the doughnut pads on my 225s, those may be the default on the 80e though, I'm not sure. The HD 414 pads are fairly highly recommended. The Ear Zonk generic pads are supposedly softer than the stock Grado pads, but there have been mixed results. I have also found,...
Does this help?http://www.instructables.com/id/Make-a-USB-OTG-host-cable-The-easy-way/step2/Cutting-into-the-USB-micro-end-and-making-it-a-hos/It looks like you're there, just need to remove that last little bit and expose the pins.
This should help on the Amp end: http://www.head-fi.org/t/676402/diy-cable-questions-and-comments-thread/6165#post_13128355 Yes, the headphone end would be the same, just the other end would change.
Looks right to me, and yes to go from a balanced 4 pin XLR to an unbalanced TRS, you'd connect pins 2 and 4 to the TRS Sleeve, Pin 1 to the Tip and Pin 3 to the Ring.
You can buy any cable you like. I like Mogami (either 2799 or 2893, the connectors are the same size) because of the price.I believe that the Q701s use a 3 pin mini-xlr, like a lot of AKG headphones, and any 1/4" TRS will do.Please note, though, that AKG likes to wire their XLRs backward:http://www.head-fi.org/t/55290/wiring-help-for-diy-akg-k271-headphone-cableNormally, a mini-xlr is wiredPin 1 - GroundPin 2 - Tip/LeftPin 3 - Ring/RightAKG like to reverse pins 2 and 3. ...
If you're recabling the headphones all the way anyway, it would likely be easier to use quad cable. Stripping all of it is up to you (you certainly don't have to, especially with single entry), but you will need to strip enough to go around the headband from one cup to the other (provided you want to replace that bit of wiring too).2 leads to the ground, one to the right and one to the left. I would pick something like Mogami 2799 if you can find it. It's cheap and the...
This might helpAnd
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