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post #12841 of 13794
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Originally Posted by danpong View Post
 

Here is my take on Fitear TG334 replacement cable.

 

4 pieces project

 

1. LOD adapter

2. Very short detachable at chest level Fitear cable

3. Mini female to Mini male extension cable

4. Mini male to Mini male interconnect cable.

 

All Signal connection are made with Plussound Cryo 7N Silver +1% gold and all ground are made with Plussound Cryo 7N copper wires.  I put a little color to it and I really love what it come out on both look and sound.  Pure Cryo silver +1% gold from iPod to the earpiece.  !!!!!!!! Sound really amazing !!!!!!!!

 

 

Very nice!

post #12842 of 13794
Quote:
Originally Posted by danpong View Post

Here is my take on Fitear TG334 replacement cable.

4 pieces project

1. LOD adapter
2. Very short detachable at chest level Fitear cable
3. Mini female to Mini male extension cable
4. Mini male to Mini male interconnect cable.

All Signal connection are made with Plussound Cryo 7N Silver +1% gold and all ground are made with Plussound Cryo 7N copper wires.  I put a little color to it and I really love what it come out on both look and sound.  Pure Cryo silver +1% gold from iPod to the earpiece.  !!!!!!!! Sound really amazing !!!!!!!!



Nice cables.

My friend reported that audionote tonearms is the best for 334, even batter than 000 cable. smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by audiofreakie - 9/29/13 at 4:22pm
post #12843 of 13794
I finished my cable for my LCD-2 the other day - using 8 separate 16 strand silver plated copper cables individually sheeted in Mini Paracord.
Took me 5 evenings to complete, but I love i. It's soooo smooth compared to the stock flat cable.
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post #12844 of 13794

Holy crap. Epic cable you have there. Great job!

post #12845 of 13794

I applaud your patience. Great job on the cable. How long is it?

post #12846 of 13794
Thanks!
I used four 25 feet 26 awg cables cut in half, so after the braiding I'd guess it's somewhere around 10-11 feet.
Haven't measured it though. smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by Heffa - 9/29/13 at 1:09pm
post #12847 of 13794
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Originally Posted by Heffa View Post

I finished my cable for my LCD-2 the other day - using 8 separate 16 strand silver plated copper cables individually sheeted in Mini Paracord.
Took me 5 evenings to complete, but I love i. It's soooo smooth compared to the stock flat cable.


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Great job.  Time to learn some other 8 wire braids now :)

post #12848 of 13794

A few more cable shots, but in natural light with a white background.

 

 

 

 

post #12849 of 13794

150Ω Attenuator for Low Z headphones on the LD MK IV.

post #12850 of 13794
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 

150Ω Attenuator for Low Z headphones on the LD MK IV.

 

Looks great! Those beads are pretty sweet. DIY the beads too?

post #12851 of 13794
Thanks!
Just a little dowel that was laying around and some Dremel action. biggrin.gif

Should have covered the cable but I have no paracord in the build box.

Works great, no more hum on the Ultrasone's connect to the Tubes.
post #12852 of 13794

I bought this HPL Audio cable along with my Westone 4's modded to 4R, but the cable was damaged at the left connector. I just cut the old ones off and threw some clear ones on there, heat shrank it with a straightened out paper clip next to the wire, and stole some of my girlfriends nail polish :wink_face: 

 

Edit: I really tried to take a prettier picture of this cable, but the wire just wasn't having it. 


Edited by cCasper TFG - 10/1/13 at 10:07pm
post #12853 of 13794
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 

150Ω Attenuator for Low Z headphones on the LD MK IV.

From the angle of the photo it looks like it was a perfect execution.

post #12854 of 13794

alright well here is what I made this weekend. 

Rhodium plated connectors with 2 16 awg silver plated copper wires per channel.  also the round 6 braid turned out a lot better than I thought.  Overall I am very very happy with this simple cable.  

post #12855 of 13794
I have a hpl audio silver/gold with SE connector.

For a total newbie would I be able to cut the end connector off and replace with balanced connector or is it a job for professional?? (Confirmed with Ted that cable should be able to handle balanced). Thanks for any advise.
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