I haven't received any response on whether the cable is stranded or solid...
post #76 of 232
10/17/08 at 9:55pm
I got my null audio cable, and I love it.
Improves the sound a lot and the stiffness is no problem as I sleeved off the one layer of the "memory wires" that initially had 3 layers on them. All that was needed was a pair of scissors and my finger nails... took me like 3 minutes total.
After that, I would have to say that the comfort of the cables around my ears beats the stock cable. It is almost as comfortable as the Westone cables I used to have (for the Livewires.)
My only complaint is that the cable is a bit stiff, so I can't roll it around my MP3 player and put it in my pocket as I used to... I have to put it in a case or my backpack instead.
There is a huge sound improvement (imo of course) from the stock cable to the null cable w/ Mini^3 low gain high performance. So huge that the extra 120 bucks I spent on the cable / amp outweighs the 275 I spent on the headphones itself
The Westone cable is better than the TripleFi cable, but the UE custom series cable is even better.QUOTE]
Oh man, I couldnt disagree more. I just tried a UE custom cable with my Triple .fi's, and I would be being too nice if I said the sound quality went to shxt. The sound was absolutely horrendous after swapping cables, so much so that at first I thought I had put the cable on wrong. I strongly, STRONGLY recommend against doing this. If you recabled your triple fi's before ever listening to them with the stock cable, for God's sake put the original cable back on.