A bit off the present topic but I purchased a silver poison from a fellow head-fier from the UK for my HD650s. I'd like to know why the splitter was changed twice?
It seems Frank started with the rectangular metal type then went with cylindrical carbon fiber (which is on the sleeved one I purchased) and then back to the rectangular version
Can anyone (preferably Frank) explain the reason for this. Also, I'd like to know if there is any type of trade-in upgrade possible (ie silver poison -> widow) or would I have to sell the poison and buy a widow? I'm not sure I'd bother as the poison sounds great but it would be good to know for future reference (pun wasn't intended but I'll let it stand ).
Reason is very simple, i am always trying to make my cables better and look nicer. The Aluminium one is new, i never started with this. These are also offered on certain cables, not all.
Customers can still request the older splitters on sleeved cables, including a variety of Viablue ones.
Sorry, i do not offer trade in.
Will be going through all messages tonight.
Here's a pic of the old carbon one, along with the first one and the new aluminium one. I only cover both ends of the carbon tube and then round out the ends, rather then covering the whole tube with heatshrink, which is the easy route and i don't like just going for easy.
Pictures on the website still show the old ones, as those pictures were taken 2 years ago.
Edited by Toxic Cables - 11/4/13 at 5:54am