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post #106 of 126
My cables arrived in 1.5 week. Quite fast!
post #107 of 126

Lucky you, its been about 3 weeks now and I'm still waiting for mine...

post #108 of 126
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Lucky you, its been about 3 weeks now and I'm still waiting for mine...

Send a PM.   Mine was shipped shortly after that.

post #109 of 126
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Send a PM.   Mine was shipped shortly after that.

Thanks for the tip, how long did you have to wait for your's?

post #110 of 126
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Thanks for the tip, how long did you have to wait for your's?

Think it took about 5 weeks.  He shipped about 2 days after the pm.

post #111 of 126

The 8 conductor looks amazing, the braid is tight and even though it has 8 wires it's quite flexible and doesn't coil up on its own that much. I received the wrong order at first but Craig was quick to reply and resolved everything and the right cable was shipped to me shortly after.

 

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Any plans to release the new Twau with Shure connectors? This options doesn't appear to be available from the website.

 

Sorry for not jumping on this forum sooner.

 

TWau reference is just wire so that means I can make just about anything. Im posting my new AK240 TRRS cable tonight so I will make sure to update everything. Im waiting on my new site so I have to use old HTML straight up coding so its very time consuming....

 

email me at csanborn@whiplashaudio.com and we can discuss any cable you are interested in!!

 

Craig

post #113 of 126

We are getting caught up so yes its faster ship times!!

post #114 of 126

Has anyone tried TWAG v2 or v3 with westone 4r? 

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Yes, I run a pair of Westone 4r IEMs with Whiplash TWag3 out of a RWAK100.  It is a very musical combination for my music genres, which includes jazz of all types, folk, pop, rock, some country and some classical.  I was using Silver Dragon v1 IEM, but Craig's TWag3 is a clear winner...it is just right.  I won't be going back. 

 

I just got my RWAK100 back from Vinnie late last week...waiting to make sure the wonderfulness I hear is not just "new/different", but actually wonderfulness...and I think it is! 

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I run a pair of Westone 4r IEMs with Whiplash TWag3 out of a RWAK100.  It is a wonderfuly musical combination for my music preferences, which in descending order includes all types of jazz, rock, pop, folk, some country and a little classical.  I was using Moon Audio Silver Dragon v1 IEM, but Craig easily converted me...there is no going back.

post #117 of 126

Thank you for your feedback. I have very similar set up as you. I am currently using my stock cable westone 4r with ak120 and they sound great. I listen mainly to pop rock and some classical. I have been planing to get a upgrade cable for my westone 4r but I am trying to decide between TWAG v2 and v3 because they are both popular.

post #118 of 126
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Every new version of his wires has been another step up in sq so I would suggest you go as high as you are willing to pay, but all will be great
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Anyone using the Whiplash REFERENCE Mini - Mini ? If so what are your thoughts on it? Gonna be using it with a AK-240& Cypher labs Duet. Thanks in Advance.
post #120 of 126
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I have been for about a month between a DX50 and SR71-B. It replaced a qusp made silver-copper cable. The change was subtle and nowhere as big as with the headphone cable but to me still worth it.
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