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For Sale: Stock HD 800 Cable with Damaged Connector

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For Sale:
Stock HD 800 Cable with Damaged Connector

Will Ship To: CONUS

So recently I bought a pair of hd 800s and ended up bending one of the connectors, upon trying to bend it back, the metal snapped.

 

The cable still works, you can plug them into a pair of hd 800s and it will work fine, however,  it doesn't look good obviously.

 

I'm selling it because the rest of the cable is still in excellent condition and i'm sure some members with DIY skills can easily replace the damaged connector  or just use the cable as is. pics can be zoomed in to show detail.

 

 

 

Looking for around $80 shipped UPS anywhere in the US. Sorry no international shipping for now.


Edited by Dubstep Girl - 7/2/12 at 11:09pm
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Same thing happened to mine. Believe me, this isn't an easy repair even with high strength epoxy.

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i ended up fixing them by pulling on the cable until it got straight again somewhat, and used superglue. It works, but it still looks bad, Im just gonna close this since i don't feel anyones gonna buy it lol. just gonna keep it as a spare cable, or as a jump rope in case im bored. 

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i ended up fixing them by pulling on the cable until it got straight again somewhat, and used superglue. It works, but it still looks bad, Im just gonna close this since i don't feel anyones gonna buy it lol. just gonna keep it as a spare cable, or as a jump rope in case im bored. 

 

Have you tried adhesive heat shrink?  It doesn't look good but should be more durable than super glue!  

 

I was watching this 'cause I was thinking of make an offer to buy the cable.  I need the connectors for a new HD800 cable.  The left-over cable  would be nice to re-cable the D7000s.  I'm still indecisive  about this though...

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I have one like this as well. SHAME on Sennheiser for not fixing these cables, and claiming a $162 new stock cable is the only answer.

 

I'll post mine seperately. Electrical tape also works.

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