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Considering you're from The Netherlands I'd look into Forza Audioworks from Poland! Matez has great customer servie, great prices and great quality cables!

thanks , i ordered them from HDPHNS.com which is a webshop in the netherlands . but i already returned the fiio RC-WT1 due to the micro phonics.

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This thread has not been updated in a very long time, that being said:

 

For under $100, you are looking for something from BTG-Audio, Effect Studio or Null Audio Studio. All have a good reputation (AFAIK) with build quality and bang for your buck.

 

EDIT: Check with Headphone Lounge as well, it appears they are under $100 for some of their cables and I can personal vouch for quality.

cool thanks for the recommendation. i actually went straight for the Silver poison snatched one from the secondary market.

post #107 of 119

We do currently have a selection of cables with the overmolder having mics fitted on, we should have them by the end of the month i hope. Will be a similar mic to the one's on the JH cables.

 

We did offer cables with mics early last year as some of you know, but had to stop offering them for some time, due to how time consuming it was to fit.


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post #108 of 119
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We do currently have a selection of cables with the overmolder having mics fitted on, we should have them by the end of the month i hope. Will be a similar mic to the one's on the JH cables.

We did offer cables with mics early last year as some of you know, but had to stop offering them for some time, due to how time consuming it was to fit.

hi frank,

any estimated date on the shipment date of SW iem cables?
post #109 of 119
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hi frank,

any estimated date on the shipment date of SW iem cables?

Will start shipping in couple of days, and IEM cables should be out by next Monday/Tuesday. If you have any adapters or interconnects with the IEM cables, this will take a couple of days longer.

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post #110 of 119
Has anyone tried linum cable by estron? Tiny cable but looks strength enough. It used for cosmic ears ciem too. I found them in jaben store with 3 different type. For around $70, I think they beat fiio cable easily.
post #111 of 119

An update for the list, CustomArt no longer makes cables so the Copper Two is no longer available.

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Originally Posted by AxelCloris View Post
 

An update for the list, CustomArt no longer makes cables so the Copper Two is no longer available.

This list is clearly listed by the last date it has been updated. I am no longer maintaining this list as I do not have the time to review it all and add new additions in the market. I originally made this listing when I was in the market for a CIEM cable and decided to take the time to do a little bit extra to give it to the community at that point in time. 

post #113 of 119
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Originally Posted by palermo View Post  Has anyone tried linum cable by estron? Tiny cable but looks strength enough. It used for cosmic ears ciem too. I found them in jaben store with 3 different type. For around $70, I think they beat fiio cable easily.

 

The cables have a bit too much intrinsic resistance for audiophiles. Even the BaX version, which is rated at 1.4 ohms. That's a little better than stock cables, but any grade of OCC will beat that easily. At the same time, however, it's super flexible and light, so it feels like you're not wearing any cables at all. Thus, it works well as a stock cable replacement, and for musicians that need a stealthy stage look that hides their monitoring equipment.

post #114 of 119
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Originally Posted by palermo View Post  Has anyone tried linum cable by estron? Tiny cable but looks strength enough. It used for cosmic ears ciem too. I found them in jaben store with 3 different type. For around $70, I think they beat fiio cable easily.

 

Here's my review of them, for people who are interested: http://www.head-fi.org/t/719062/review-estron-linum-bax-new-iem-cable-for-a-new-age

 

To me, they have a small amount of clarity improvement over the stock Westone EPIC2 cable, with about the same width of soundstage, but greater depth. YMMV.

 

The biggest advantage is that they weight next to nothing. It feels like you're not wearing cables at all!

post #115 of 119
thanks for the review, tomscy2000,
their resistance are too higher, indeed. but i think user have own perception about each version depend on sound match with their iem. I have a pair of heir 4.ai, and I replace stock cable with the linum vocal version, due to it has more mid range presence over than the rest. happily, I got it with a good price too, around $50 :D  

 


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Here's my review of them, for people who are interested: http://www.head-fi.org/t/719062/review-estron-linum-bax-new-iem-cable-for-a-new-age

 

To me, they have a small amount of clarity improvement over the stock Westone EPIC2 cable, with about the same width of soundstage, but greater depth. YMMV.

 

The biggest advantage is that they weight next to nothing. It feels like you're not wearing cables at all!

post #116 of 119

Hello all!!!
I have already ordered a pair of 1964 ears' V6-stage and thinking to get a aftermarket cable for it.
Preferably want to get a cable with mic and remote (I know that there are no many options.)

I am also considering about the cable w/ remote from JH audio, but not sure whether it's gonna fit with 1964 ears.
If anyone has tried it before please give a comment! Thanks!! 

post #117 of 119
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Originally Posted by Chikuwa270 View Post
 

Hello all!!!
I have already ordered a pair of 1964 ears' V6-stage and thinking to get a aftermarket cable for it.
Preferably want to get a cable with mic and remote (I know that there are no many options.)

I am also considering about the cable w/ remote from JH audio, but not sure whether it's gonna fit with 1964 ears.
If anyone has tried it before please give a comment! Thanks!! 

 

Can't help you on a cable with an in-line mic, I've been looking for one myself. But if you want one without a mic that feels amazing and works with 1964 CIEM, I recommend one of the Estron Linum cables. I have the Music and it's wonderful with my 1964Q.

post #118 of 119
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Can't help you on a cable with an in-line mic, I've been looking for one myself. But if you want one without a mic that feels amazing and works with 1964 CIEM, I recommend one of the Estron Linum cables. I have the Music and it's wonderful with my 1964Q.

 

Thanks AxelCloris for recommendation!

I will consider it as a one of my choice, but if it is the cable w/o the mic there are tons of good cables out there in the market (I guess...).

Well... it is always hard to get a cable that really fits one specific IEMs...

post #119 of 119

I would like to have a cable with microphone for use with my Iphone. Does any one know of a 2 pin connector cable (JHA standard) that has remote control and microphone? 

 
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