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no I think he's looking for this, you can find it at qables

its custom made for qables, doesnt come with a barrel, but you can use a regular neutrik mini barrel or heatshrink. not cheap, but since its so rare and its bespoke to qables I guess thats what you get. qables minis are all a little on the pricey side though, but in europe they are expensive anywhere it seems.
That qables plug is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks.
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as far as the epoxy putty, depends on the skill and patience of the user
I wrote that before you shared some of your artistry with me. I still haven't swung by a hobby shop yet to get some varnish, but it is definitely on my to do list. If things go well, I have some crazy ideas for custom connectors.
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if you can buy it separately, then why not. might want to get a more useful pic than that one though. that looks like a model. looks pretty ugly too IMO

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I really want to actually machine my own 3.5mm plug... like, turn it on a lathe out of pure copper and teflon, and then stick it together via shrink fitting (liquid nitrogen on the metal parts so that they slip into the teflon, and then expand locking themselves into place). The level of awesome would be unmatched.

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no I think he's looking for this, you can find it at qables



its custom made for qables, doesnt come with a barrel, but you can use a regular neutrik mini barrel or heatshrink. not cheap, but since its so rare and its bespoke to qables I guess thats what you get. qables minis are all a little on the pricey side though, but in europe they are expensive anywhere it seems.


Where can I find a female threaded plug for this?

post #293 of 436

Hi, I hope I can get some help here.

 

I'm looking for right angled plug, which can accept cable of 8,2mm diameter. I only found straight plugs from Viablue and Hocin, but I really need right angled. It will be used for digital cable for Jh-3A.

 

Thanks

post #294 of 436

8.2mm is pretty large. You could try to drill the entry of the Switchcraft RA. Or the the Oyaide RA might fit but I haven't tried it though.

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I will use Supra Trico Coax cable. I know it is stiff, friend use it.  And stiffnes is reason why I need angled plug.

 

Lil Knight: Thanks for tip on Oyaide, but I'm little confused by their website. There is written that this conector is for cable 6,0 mm or less, maybe because that ring inside? I wrote email about Oyaide to Cryoparts, maybe they can give me answer.

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I pretty much doubt you could find a RA plug with that large entry. Gotta drill it a little to fit that cable, I'd guess.

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Is there a female version available of the ViaBlue T6s ? I have a male 3.5mm plug on my E500's and i want to make a simple extensioncord to use instead of my PTH. I couldn't find anything on ViaBlue's site so i sent them a mail but haven't heard anything yet. If there isn't a ViaBlue product available, what would be a good alternative to use with it ? I still have a pailiccs plug (male) lying around from Null Audio so i wouldn't mind anything from Pailiccs either. As long as it's 3.5mm and female haha.

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