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For Sale:
[Another price drop 5/8!] Some DIY-cables. Lot's of Audez'e cables. RCA's. XLR's. RCA-Digital-Coax, Speaker taps to 4-pin XLR etc...

Will Ship To: Anywhere

Back from vacation. I will answer all PMs sent as soon as possible.

 

Picture 1)

125 cm long quad braid of dual 24AWG copper/nickel-plated teflon multistranded (18AWG per channel) covered in soft nylon sheating. With ViaBlue splitter terminated in ALO/RSA balanced plug. Switchcraft mini-XLR-plugs.

60 USD 50 USD

 

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110 cm quad braid of single 24AWG copper/nickel-plated teflon multistranded. With a glass bead as splitter/adjuster. Terminated in ALO/RSA balanced plug. Switchcraft mini-XLR-plugs.

40 USD

 

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160 cm long quad braid of 17AWG OFC with gold spades terminated in female 4-pin XLR. For hooking up a 4-pin balanced headphone cable to the outputs of a speaker amp. Soft white nylon sheating.

95 USD 80 USD 65 USD

 

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100 cm long Quad braid of dual 24AWG copper/nickel-plated teflon multistranded (18AWG per channel) covered in soft nylon sheating. With ViaBlue splitter terminated in Hicon (one of the few 8,4 mm diameter 3,5 mm plugs. REAN mini-XLR-plugs (modified to fit the width).

50 USD 40 USD

 

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190 cm long Quad braid of dual 24AWG copper/nickel-plated teflon multistranded (18AWG per channel) covered in soft black nylon sheating. With ViaBlue ferrite choke terminated in Hicon (one of the few 8,4 mm diameter 6,3 mm plugs). Switchcraft mini-XLR's and a Viablue splitter.

70 USD

 

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Very short and flexible ALO/RSA-balanced interconnect. Silver-plated 28AWG. Very flexible. Covered with white nylon sleeving.

30 USD

 

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120 cm quad braid of single 24AWG copper/nickel-plated teflon multistranded. White nylon sleeving. ViaBlue splitter. Terminated in ALO/RSA balanced plug. Switchcraft mini-XLR-plugs.

60 USD 50 USD 40 USD

 

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Original Sennheiser HD800 TRS modified with Royal Blue nylon soft sleeving and terminated in 4-pin XLR female.

35 USD 25 USD 15 USD

 

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Pair, 100 cm each. Dual-screened IXOS cable covered with Grey TechFlex. Very flexible!

35 USD

 

Picture 9)

100 cm. Modded Grey TechFlex Supra Trico Digital Coax (75 Ohm). Cost me close to 100 USD a couple of years ago. Triple screening. Not super-flexible.

50 USD 40 USD 30 USD

 

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100 cm. Modded Grey TechFlex Wadia Digital Coax (75 Ohm). Unsure about screening. Think it's dual screened with silver connectors. Ultra-flexible.

40 USD 30 USD 20 USD

 

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Audez'e set. Hook up everything to everything. Soft royal blue nylon sheating. Quad-braid 24 AWG stranded nickel-plated teflon wire. Ultra-flexible.

 

1 Heaphone cable - Dual mini-4pin XLR aprox 3,5 ft, terminated in mini-4-pin XLR male. ViaBlue splitter.

4 adapters:

Aprox 4 inches RSA/ALO balanced

Aprox 4 inches Neutrik 3,5 mm angled TRS

Aprox 5 ft 6,3 mm TRS Cardas-style

Aprox 6 ft 4-pin XLR Neutrik

200 USD 180 USD

 

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Aprox 200 cm pair with WBT-style locking RCA-plugs. 24 AWG coaxial 75 Ohms OCC wire. Ultra flexible.

40 USD

 

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Aprox 150 cm, 2 pairs (left + right). Vampire-style connectors. Screened triple 16AWG silver-plated teflon.

One pair 80 USD 70 USD

Both pairs 140 USD. 120 USD

 

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Aprox 100 cm. Modified Neutrik 3-pin XLR (female and male) with ViaBlue NF-S1 wire.

One pair 80 USD 70 USD

 

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Aprox 170 cm. Audez'e to 4-pin XLR. Full multifilament nylon sheating. 4 x 26 AWG BTG-Audio/Mogami wire. Murano glass bead splitter.

Price 70 USD

 

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Aprox 180 cm. Audez'e to 4-pin XLR. Unsheated. Very flexible. Made with ViaBlue's top speaker Cable. 2 x AWG12 per channel. This one is for the hardcore guys.

Price 140 USD

 

 

Not trying to make a profit, these are just some experiments that have taken a lot of time and they're going for parts costs.

 

Cheers!

V


Edited by ValentinHogea - 9/13/13 at 12:19am
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Two cables sold to Jason36.

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PM Sent :)

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One cable sold to Duncan.

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Three cables sold to xdfjdkz

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Some price drops.

 

Need to make room for more experiments. :)

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Updated with two blanced cables for Audez'e.

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One cable sold to DemonFox

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Originally Posted by ValentinHogea View Post

One cable sold to DemonFox

 

Cables arrived in no time and are amazing. I'll take some better pictures later but at least you can get an idea of how good they look. A million thanks

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

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post #10 of 19

V,

 

got a balanced LCD-2 cable for me maybe? :)

 

thanks!

L.

post #11 of 19
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People have asked what the cables are called and if I can build after specification etc... 1) These cables aren't called anything. If you want to call it a Valentin-cable do so. If you want to call it a DIY-cable do so. I have no interest in starting a business. This website has spawned enough so called "Audio Corporations". Every 20 y.o. kid with a soldering iron is now in the cable business. So why should I? :) 2) I will not build anything to your specifications. I build what I feel like. If I would charge for the man hours and "lost" income, it would be ridiculous. Sometimes it ends up good, sometimes it ends up not soo good. I have a good job, and could work extra with that if I wanted. I don't. This is just for fun. If you want something custom-made, there are a lot of companies. They also offer 7N OCC-wire with gold in it (!!!).
Edited by ValentinHogea - 7/30/13 at 7:38am
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Back from vacation. I will answer all PMs sent as soon as possible.

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Cable in Picture 1 sold to DemonFox (he was first of several interested guys)

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PM'ed

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2 cables sold to jshin23

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