Originally Posted by liamstrain
Regarding your headphone connectors table - the 2 pin for Senn HD600/650/25, etc. While proprietary, does have a Cardas alternative that fits - the HPSC.
The main connectors tables are meant to list what the connectors are, not necessarily who's making them - in the case of things like the SMC and Auto-IRIS connectors, the added information is mostly to help people find parts available through channels other than the usual audio hardware suppliers. With a little diligent googling, the info on the chart should be sufficient to track down any component as long as it's in current production, even if the source is somebody other than the official manufacturer.
There's an idea underlying your suggestion, though. Maybe I should create a list of component manufacturers? That could quickly get out of hand -- there are a lot, and there's a lot of churn.
Originally Posted by Pingupenguins
Whoops. I meant Solder fume extractor, but a solder vacuum can be used too. I don't call solder vacuums, suckers because they can be mixed up with braid in my experience.
A USB type B pin out would be nice too!
I hadn't thought hard about listing digital connectors. Are there any other formats that head-fiers are known to scratch build?
Originally Posted by FLACvest
Looking at the Connectors section of the OP, under TRRS connectors, it doesn't mention HiFiMAN, as some of their headphones and now the Balanced Amplifier Card use the Balanced TRRS connector,
I hadn't heard of this. I'll add a placeholder shortly and research it later.
Thanks for the suggestions and hints, guys. Keep 'em coming.