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post #121 of 133
I need a replacement cable for my 1964 Ears Quads (non recessed). I'm in the UK and would rather spend £50 or less given these will be the third set of cables I've bought - I treat them rough... redface.gif

Just after the best bang for buck replacement!
post #122 of 133
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Originally Posted by chocky900 View Post

I need a replacement cable for my 1964 Ears Quads (non recessed). I'm in the UK and would rather spend £50 or less given these will be the third set of cables I've bought - I treat them rough... redface.gif

Just after the best bang for buck replacement!

 

I use the Estron Linum cable with my 1964Q. In the US it was definitely under £50 but I don't know what they're running in the UK. They were around $30ish for me, well under your £50 budget. Hopefully they run a similar price there.

post #123 of 133
Thanks. It's hard to find them on sale but I eventually found the main site and a distributor but no price yet. Email sent but it seems they do 3 versions. A 2 Pin "Vocal" 3.9ohm item 8000056, a 2 Pin "Music" 1.9ohm item 8000055 and a 2 Pin BaX - "dual twist" 1.4ohm item 8000057.

Which would you recommend?
post #124 of 133
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Originally Posted by chocky900 View Post

Thanks. It's hard to find them on sale but I eventually found the main site and a distributor but no price yet. Email sent but it seems they do 3 versions. A 2 Pin "Vocal" 3.9ohm item 8000056, a 2 Pin "Music" 1.9ohm item 8000055 and a 2 Pin BaX - "dual twist" 1.4ohm item 8000057.

Which would you recommend?

 

I haven't heard the Vocal or BaX versions. Probably best to check some reviews in the Estron Linum BaX thread. I know that the other versions have been discussed a lot there.

post #125 of 133
Thanks. I've just gone for the music version too.
post #126 of 133
Is the noble cable on the list? It is an enhanced Magnus cable and the best part? It is $40 on the noble site.
post #127 of 133

anyone tried this new pure gold cable by rhapsodio? any reviews on it? hahaha

http://www.rhapsodiohk.com/products/536094eb131166dbda000027

post #128 of 133

SilverFi, Mr. Saktanber has started to make IEM cables too. They have so organic sound. They are also so soft and elastic. Here is the link for his product line:

 

http://silverfi.blogspot.com.tr/2014/09/silverfi-cable-productspricessilverfi.html

 

http://silverfi.blogspot.com.tr/

post #129 of 133

Looking for a midrange (Max £60) Westone style 2 pin with in line mic. Just need a multipurpose cable for music on the go and phonecalls, and maybe desktop skype if they're good enough!

 

Ring any bells for anyone? Can't see anything applicable in main thread.


Edited by Useraid - 12/2/14 at 3:47am
post #130 of 133

What is a good cable/company for recabling the gr07be? Mine just shorted out :( 

post #131 of 133

I'm looking for one for the JVC-HA-FX850--the cable is very short, even with their included extension cable. 

post #132 of 133

hey guys quick question on the 2 pin connectors. Does the orientation of the pins when plugging into the IEM matter? Since the connector symmetrical, it can go in one way or 180 deg the other way, but does which pin goes in which slot matter? Like isn't one positive and one ground?

Thanks

post #133 of 133
Here is an audition tour of SilverFi IEM cables. It is not in the list of this thread, but they are really good. A good opportunity to try.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/745982/silverfi-iem-cables-worldwide-audition-tour-limited-number-of-participants#post_11120145
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