Okay, so I've recently embarked on a cable build, and I, for the life of me, can't seem to find a stereo phono that fits (there was a thread about it a week ago or so). In case you missed it, don't care, or simply don't remember, I'm making a cable for a V-Moda m80. I can't find a stereo phono that will fit into the recessed port on the left earcup (the end on the headphones, not the amp's end). So now I'm reverting to problem solving, and I think I have everything figured out if I can find out what sort of glue/resin I should use.
So I've pretty much given up on finding a perfect termination that fits, and have decided to wire up a great connector, and carve a mold, then inject some non-conductive glue/epoxy/resin...etc around it, then finish it up like I normally would. I know a lot of you on here know much more about conduction than I, and am interested in any suggestions. For the record, I tried actual epoxy, but it is apparently kind of conductive (and the multimeter didn't really warn me like I thought it would). Anyway, I suppose that's it... Thanks in advance for any ideas!
Edited by eightbitpotion - 11/26/13 at 12:21am