So here's the story. My apple earbuds broke the other day right at the left earbud. During an accident it just tore off.
Well, i am kind of a DIY guy, so i instantly laughed the whole situation away and thought (i'll just replace the cable)
I have been using all my googleing powers to try to find out what kind of cable is used. went down to a hardware store and they suggested a small gauge unshielded two conductor cable "oh fine" i thought....when the guy presented me with the suggested cable....he gave me a big, hard, stiff and ugly one....not anyway near what i wanted... i'm talking about those soft thin and very flexible cables that comes with earbuds
So if someone know what cables are used traditionally for earbuds, please let me know. What gauge? what material? where can i get them?
The only thing i am remotely sure of is that it probably has a silicone jacket...
I've found a pretty thin silicone 2 conductor cable here:
It doesn't say what gauge, but do you think that would do? If not, can you find some other cable on that site that would?
Oh, if someone know of any good splitters like that one on the picture, please share. Appreciated =)
Edited by Zacsyd - 8/8/12 at 5:59am