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Which engineer to go to before building my own IEM cable.

post #1 of 3
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Hi guys,

 

so from googling my butt for weeks after weeks I have decided to build my own IEM cable rather than dropping couple hundreds of dollars. So rather than spending months online trying to find what is the best of everything I decided to just to one of instructor(s) on my campus. I go to UT Austin and they have some crazy engineers here BUT here's my problem. I don't really know which engineer to go to. I googled a lot of them and a lot of them have crossovers so I don't really know which engineers to pick so I can find the right person to go talk to. Which engineers would know the most about this type of stuff?

 

 

A cable shouldn't be that hard and I work in a research lab and have access to everything I would need(like soldering and all the other good stuff).

 

If this goes well I will try to build a DAC(can't wait for that one either)!

 

-Squat

 

P.S. This is for my Shure SE535

post #2 of 3
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I've searched this forum also and learned a lot but still wanted to check with an engineer before I dropped the cash since I'm low on it right now due some health issues(nothing biggie :D)

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well.....heres a link to the plugs you will need, not shure (pun intended) how hard they are to find. LINK

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