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post #1081 of 2570
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No but they look very slim.. Source/datasheet?


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http://www.doublehelixcables.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=136
those are really sexy
post #1082 of 2570
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those are really sexy

 

haha, it is. I like spinners. :)

 

So far as for looks, this particular Pailiccs is my favorite.

 

post #1083 of 2570
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I can't wait to get my hands on one smily_headphones1.gif

EDIT: Just ordered one, will post pictures and feedback when I get it biggrin.gif

Which one did you order, the gold or rhodium?
2 golds & 1 rhodium smily_headphones1.gif
post #1084 of 2570
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haha, it is. I like spinners. :)

 

So far as for looks, this particular Pailiccs is my favorite.

 

I've used these before also - nice size with a wide enough opening to accommodate lots of experimentation.

post #1085 of 2570
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those are really sexy

haha, it is. I like spinners. smily_headphones1.gif

So far as for looks, this particular Pailiccs is my favorite.


Those look great too. I've always liked straight housings though. They make me think of a certain type of modern look that is almost high tech futuristic.
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Those look great too. I've always liked straight housings though. They make me think of a certain type of modern look that is almost high tech futuristic.

 

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post #1087 of 2570

I am having a B**** of a time finding some SMC connectors to possibly re-do my canare cable. Does anyone know a REAL site that works? The links here aren't getting me anywhere, and ebay is not really a preferred option. I can't find any on there anyway. 

 

Also, anyone know the specs of the proper SMCs for the headphones? I can't imagine '50 ohm' impedance is desireable!

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Why is ebay not preferred? Just curious.
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I am having a B**** of a time finding some SMC connectors to possibly re-do my canare cable. Does anyone know a REAL site that works? The links here aren't getting me anywhere, and ebay is not really a preferred option. I can't find any on there anyway. 

 

Also, anyone know the specs of the proper SMCs for the headphones? I can't imagine '50 ohm' impedance is desireable!

Quick eBay search provides...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/SMC-RF-DIY-Connectors-for-HiFiMan-Headphones-DIY-/331102717210

 

This place sells nothing but RF connectors.

http://www.rfconnector.com/smc-connectors.php

 

The connectors don't have any impedance, the coax does.

:beerchug:

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Does anyone know where to get affordable 3:1 heatshrink?
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Does anyone know where to get affordable 3:1 heatshrink?

 

http://www.hndme.com/productcart/pc/viewCategories.asp?idCategory=29

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Does anyone know where to get affordable 3:1 heatshrink?

 

http://www.hndme.com/productcart/pc/viewCategories.asp?idCategory=29

 

Wow. That's cheap, but I'd prefer a more well known store if possible.  I can't even find it on bbb.org.  :-/

 

p.s. damn that camaro is sexy.


Edited by luisdent - 1/10/14 at 7:28pm
post #1093 of 2570

 Just ordered the Furutech FT-735(R) Rhodium plated phone plug from Take Five. Let's find out what is special about this plug. :)


 
post #1094 of 2570
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 Just ordered the Furutech FT-735(R) Rhodium plated phone plug from Take Five. Let's find out what is special about this plug. :)


 

 

They seem well built and are probably my favorite looking plug ever, but $25 (before shipping) is a large pill to swallow for a single plug. 

 

Excited to see your final product. 

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They seem well built and are probably my favorite looking plug ever, but $25 (before shipping) is a large pill to swallow for a single plug. 

 

Excited to see your final product. 

 

Well I am with you but this hobby slowly drains my wallet. :)

 

I need a different color (for my LOD) from all these plugs I have, so I decided to go with a quality one.

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