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Tough Q about rt angle jack

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Anyone know of a right angle 3.5mm male to 3.5mm female jack that you can put together/disassemble? The goal is to make an attenuator adapter w/o a pigtail.

I was looking at the Neutrik Tiny Plug because it has a larger barrel in which I can put some SMD resistors. The male end of the Neutrik plug is fantastic, but the cylinder on the other end lacks any sort of female jack (it's just for cable). I've been looking at the female Neutrik plugs, but they don't seem to be able to just screw onto the male rt angle plug.

Any ideas?
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Thread Starter 
Clarification:

Something like Switchcraft PN: 35HDRABAU
with a female 3.5mm jack on the 'cable' end.

Like this: http://www.hosatech.com/hosa/products/GMP-272.html but with the ability to assemble/disassemble and space to fit some SMD resistors.
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how about something like Sijosae's, not sure if he has a schematic anywhere though. just use different connectors and shrink wrap the whole thing.

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