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Originally Posted by madwolfa View Post
 

 

With the stock 1/4" connector, I'd say.

What you think change the cable with custom? Because now i can't hear anything 

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Originally Posted by Amlalsulami View Post

What you think change the cable with custom? Because now i can't hear anything 

I guess it depends on your fionancial situation. If you can afford an aftermarket cable without issues, there are numerous good ones. However, you could just buy an adaptor cable or ask for yours to be repaired if you don't wish to spend much.
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Originally Posted by Amlalsulami View Post
 

What you think change the cable with custom? Because now i can't hear anything 

 

 

If you can afford to buy a new one, then get a replacement from Audeze's website, or ask them for a new one if possible.

 

If you want a "custom" cable, don't spend more than like $200 as it really honestly doesn't make a difference.  I recommend "headphonelounge.com"  he's a really really nice guy, and will help you out.

 

(many people will argue it does, but will respond without any concrete scientific proof, while people arguing it doesn't make a difference do have scientific proof)

 

^ I'd rather not get into that huge debate.


Edited by DarrenLays - 11/18/14 at 3:26am
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Originally Posted by NinjaHamster View Post


I guess it depends on your fionancial situation. If you can afford an aftermarket cable without issues, there are numerous good ones. However, you could just buy an adaptor cable or ask for yours to be repaired if you don't wish to spend much.

 

 

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Originally Posted by DarrenLays View Post
 

 

 

If you can afford to buy a new one, then get a replacement from Audeze's website, or ask them for a new one if possible.

 

If you want a "custom" cable, don't spend more than like $200 as it really honestly doesn't make a difference.  I recommend "headphonelounge.com"  he's a really really nice guy, and will help you out.

 

(many people will argue it does, but will respond without any concrete scientific proof, while people arguing it doesn't make a difference do have scientific proof)

 

^ I'd rather not get into that huge debate.

 

 

Audeze accept to send me another cable jack 6.3mm, I hope the problem is from the cable not the driver :)

 

Thank you guys!!

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Originally Posted by linglingjr View Post
 

Wait. I think I miss read your post, I was talking about sound cutting out when I use the 3.5mm adaptor audeze includes. That's the only thing I have problems with though.

I had this exact problem.  Contacted Audeze and they sent me a new one.  Everything works great now.

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i got an adapter from them that was too big, as in the female 6.3 hole was too big

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Audeze really getting edgy with their one off headphones:

 

 

Luckily that went on their facebook page with #daft so at least they know they're being silly.  

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You can replace the jacks on your cable. It's not hard to do. I had the same described problem and instead of going to Audeze just repaired it myself. The jacks cost $8/ea at Mouser.

 

http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Switchcraft/TA4FLX/?qs=mcPJWgAPNrczsecwJhvg3A%3d%3d

 

Mouser shows 3 pins, but it's actually 4.


Edited by Mullet - Yesterday at 8:55 pm
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