As the title says, is it possible to slip sleeving over the thick AD900X plug that pulls to a reasonable tightness? The reason I want to do this is a clean and elegant way to bind a mic cable to it without using ugly and annoying zip ties. I've tried a 3/8" sleeving (Bitspower supertight weave) and at its largest it is about exactly the size of the plug and can't be pulled over it. The next size up is half inch, which I think is way too big. Any one have any ideas or experience with this? I don't want to hack up and solder the cable just to get sleeving on (and potentially ruin $200 headphones). Keep in mind I need to get it over the plug plus the thickness of the headphone wire (or vice versa) which I'd estimate to be no larger than 24AWG.
I feel like an idiot. I've been shopping around for a week or two, and never noticed or thought of a "cable wrap". I found something called Flexi Wrap, which is woven sleeving that is open with velcro-like sides. So you wrap it around the cables and just velcro it closed. It's a little more expensive, but it's exactly the type of thing I need. In case anyone stumbles across this with the same situation.
Edited by NS7X - 8/13/13 at 4:03am