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SAA Endorphin Fabric Shielding?

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Where can I purchase SAA Endorphin fabric shielding?  I've searched the net and came up empty.

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Post your question here:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/676402/diy-cable-questions-and-comments-thread

 

In any case the Sennheiser hd800 cable seems to have a similar sleeve, thinner. Ask about that one too and keep me posted!


According to headfier Fraggler: The sleeving?  Feels custom, so the closest you are going to get is nylon multifilament available at a number of online retailers like ebay (furryletters), wirecare.com, and just about any place that sells cable making supplies.  Or take it off of the stock cable if you think it will fit your new cable.  The Denon stock cables also have as similar sleeving.  Those can probably be found at a more reasonable cost than a replacement HD800 cable.


Edited by squallkiercosa - 2/4/14 at 4:36pm
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Thank you for your response.  Actually, I was wondering about the material people are wrapping around their stackable dacs and amps.  I've seen it in many pictures and saw it referred to as SAA Endorphin fabric shielding.  I don't know if it does anything beyond scratch protection but that would be a good thing.  Once I figured out what SAA meant, I went to their website but did not see the fabric material there.

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people cut anti-slip mat to wrap around the portable devices to prevent scratch

 

SAA is Stefan Audio Art that specializes in high end cables....

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Thank you sir.

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Originally Posted by Willieboy View Post
 

Thank you for your response.  Actually, I was wondering about the material people are wrapping around their stackable dacs and amps.  I've seen it in many pictures and saw it referred to as SAA Endorphin fabric shielding.  I don't know if it does anything beyond scratch protection but that would be a good thing.  Once I figured out what SAA meant, I went to their website but did not see the fabric material there.

Willie, merely googling SAA endophin bring enough results to understand they were talking about cables. Not trying to enflame, just have a look before post a question. It's actually faster. 

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The post that actually got me wondering actually referred to this material as SAA shielding fabric.  The fabric was in a pic and was in two different colors around two different components.  Having seen the pic, another poster commented on the material, describing the colors.  That's what confused me. 

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