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Edited by labrat - 9/16/11 at 3:07am
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Neutrik 3.5 L plug and Calrad 3.5 4 conductor L plug

 

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the Calrad 3.5 4 conductor plug:

 

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The Via-Blue plug caught my interest it almost looks like you can connect it without soldering, is that right? If not, is there a plug you can mount without soldering? 

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The Via-Blue plug caught my interest it almost looks like you can connect it without soldering, is that right? If not, is there a plug you can mount without soldering? 



 

Viablue requires solder.

 

non-solder plugs exist, but i dont know.


Edited by Br777 - 7/8/11 at 11:40pm
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The Via-Blue plug caught my interest it almost looks like you can connect it without soldering, is that right? If not, is there a plug you can mount without soldering? 



Radioshack Gold series plugs, has little screws, no solder required.

 

5zr1fs.jpg pict from earlier this thread.

 

actually i might add some better picts from mines later, also some of the beautiful Vintage Audio Lab shinny shinny plugs


Edited by JamesMcProgger - 6/16/11 at 6:11pm
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Ok, Thanks for the info James and Br777 i think i will order some of those.beerchug.gif


Edited by Very Legal - 6/17/11 at 7:41am
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Ok, Thanks for the info James and Br777 i think i will order some of those.beerchug.gif



just to check if it wasnt a confusion, the radiochack gold has screws, the vintage audio labs doesnt.

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Yes i found out that but the radiochack gold was sold out when i checked out ebay. Will try again some other day.redface.gif

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Ratshack?  =\

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@ James i think i found it here:

 

http://cgi.ebay.com/Radioshack-GoldSeiries-1-8-3-5mm-Stereo-Plug-/120625488162?pt=UK_Computing_CablesConnectors_RL&hash=item1c15d6e122

 

@ Mad Max do you know of a better solderfree plug than the one above?

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might as well throw this up here too.   Parrots informed us today (see diy cable thread) that Viablue has come out with a smaller mini jack.. its the size of a neutrik.

here you can see the old large style next to a neutrik for reference.

 

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from the left:

clip+, calrad trrs, neutrik, viablue, switchcraft, switchcraft rca, trrs from markertek, neutrik

 

the new viablue's can be purchased here, which incidentaly is the cheapest i have ever seen either size.

I have bought from these guys and they are awesome to deal with.. REEEEEEEEEAALLY quick shipping.

 

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Any other online sites for buying Viablue that take PAYPAL?
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Edited by labrat - 9/16/11 at 3:35am
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one solid piece of leopardwood epoxied on neutrik right angle plug.very easy to make.

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