Hey all! This is my first post here, as I've just over the past few months gotten into high(er) end audio gear. I purchased the HE 400 after looking at reviews on this site, and I absolutely love their sound. However, the stock cable has left much to desire. I'm not really looking or expecting to improve sound quality a whole lot, even at all. My main problem is that the connections between the cable and the headphone have snapped or become disconnected. It is on the cable side, not the side that mounts directly on the headphones. I'm looking for cables that have been designed to protect the spots that have snapped on mine, or for recommendations on what to do to the headphones themselves (can I have the connections changed to something of a higher quality?) I have attached pictures of my headphones and cable. Currently, I am looking at cables from Double Helix Cables (Molecule OCC, Molecule SE litz), Toxic Cables, and the balanced cable available at the HiFiMan store (any other recommendations are more than welcome) Alternatively, would it be possible to have the type of connector on the headphone changed to something more durable, like XLR (I don't really know what type, just throwing one out there), and also what cable would you recommend at that point as well? I'd like to limit my spending to 170-200, but I can go as high as 270 TOTAL COST on the cable/headphone mods.