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If you're looking for normal XLR, probably. If you're looking for tiny or mini-xlr, the only division of Neutrik that makes them is Rean. http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/REAN-Neutrik/RT4MPR/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMv0W4pxf2HiV09DDig7boOLaCCNIf9ZXY0%3d is a good shallow mount 4 pin tiny xlr (male) panel mount. For the DHC wire, see here:  http://www.doublehelixcables.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=4&products_id=2
 Couple of options I can think of: Buy 4x the amount of the 2799 and use only the clear strand Use only the clear strands from Mogami 2534 (quad cable, 2 clear and 2 blue, thicker and stiffer than the 2799/2893) Use cheap speaker cable from Home Depot or similar Pay the premium for something from DHC (nucleotide is $2/ft single strand)
The cable on those is detachable, right?   Guessing that either the red or green is left, and the other is right.  The copper is probably ground.  The other is likely for the inline mic.   If you have a multimeter, you can likely tell which wire is R/L/G based on the removable end on the cup, the other is for the mic.   Standard iPhone trrs pinout is:   Tip:  Left Ring1:  Right Ring2:  Ground Sleeve:  Mic   Source   Looks like it's the same for Android, so...
TRS or TRRS would be easier, since the panel mount end (the end that would be inside the cup) is much smaller.   But, you might have to fill in part of the rectangular hole that the stock cable is in.   Snap-In TRS:  http://www.markertek.com/product/30-711/3-5mm-3-conductor-trs-chassis-mount-snap-in-jack   Snap-In TRRS: http://www.markertek.com/product/30-712-bk/3-5mm-4-conductor-trrs-chassis-mount-snap-in-jack-black   Normal Panel mount TRS:...
I've done it.   http://www.head-fi.org/t/661501/recable-dt770s   I used Mini-XLR connectors (the ones linked look different, but I can't think of the name at the moment)   http://www.markertek.com/product/rt3mp/rean-rt3mp-rean-tiny-3-pole-male-black-gold-chassis-xlr-connector is the chassis connector I used and   http://www.markertek.com/product/rt3fc-b/neutrik-rt3fc-b-rean-tiny-3-pole-female-black-gold-xlr-cable-connector is the cable end.   I used 3 pin, but 4...
Going through this whole thread (backwards, again) has given me the desire to mod my Grados.   Have some supplies ordered and incoming, but I have a question.   I want to recable them in addition to other mods I'm going to do (having Clint over at YewWoodworks turn some cups for me) and I have a question about the cable.   The stock SR225i has an 8 strand cable, and I want to stick with that; but I'm not sure how to braid it.  I can do 4, but I've never tried...
Type 1 Paracord works great for sleeving individual wires.  Not sure about 22 AWG, but 24-26 work very well.  IMO, 26 AWG is the easiest to get into the paracord, but I've used 24 AWG (stripped Mogami 2534) with not a lot of trouble.
Ew.  That's no good.  Wonder why Sony decided to neuter the capabilities that way (and if there will be some support coming out in a later system update).
It does look like it should be (with some sort of proprietary connector), that's for sure.
Yes, the E17 is both a portable amp and a USB DAC/AMP for home use.  I use mine in both situations.
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