I've got a set of Sennheiser HD25-1 II incoming and I'm thinking about recabling them. Would like a copper cable instead of the steel stock cable they come with. The easy (and pretty cheap) solution would be to just buy a HD-600 cable and plug that in, but I like the single-side cabel entry of the stock cable. This is done by having the cable for the left cup longer than the one for the right side and routing it along the headband. Since the HD-600 cable is symmetric, I would get a Y-split cable in stead of the single side entry. I'd also get a cable about 5 feet too long for my needs :)
Now I'm thinking about making a cable myself, but I'll need a place to buy the parts needed - 1/8" (maybe angled?) plug, cable and those Senn plugs. Oh and basic what-goes-where instructions as well :D
Should I go for the DIY project, keep the stock cable or just get a HD600 cable and shorten it? Might shoot an email to ZXAC as he did a *great* job on a custom cable for my AKG's when I had them, and buy my way out of worrying.
Oh and if anyone here would like to do a custom job for me (I'd pay off course!) please speak up!
Sorry for the ramblings, I'll go get coffee now.