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Nice Adapter!
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;)

 

It may look like it's in there loosely, but I and this bottle of gorilla glue can assure you, it won't ever be coming out.

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Originally Posted by cCasper TFG View Post
 

This isn't a cable, but it's an adapter I made for the last cable picture I posted. 

 

RSA balanced-1/4 adapter

 

 

Nope.  Doesn't count if we can't see wire.  Sorry.  :)

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I picked up one of the DHC splitters. I was one of the first 20 that got the blasted finish. It's larger than I imagined but not overly so. Very lightweight. I like the finish. Wish I had ordered an extra or two with the limited finish.

Can you tell if the one pictured here is the special bead blasted finish?

If yes I wonder what the standard finish looks like, that's what I have on the way to me in the mail.

The ViaBlue isn't huge in real life, but the Capsid is substantially smaller.

 


Edited by MikeyFresh - 4/17/14 at 6:42am
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Originally Posted by MikeyFresh View Post
 

Can you tell if the one pictured here is the special bead blasted finish?

If yes I wonder what the standard finish looks like, that's what I have on the way to me in the mail.

The ViaBlue isn't huge in real life, but the Capsid is substantially smaller.

 

Who needs custom y-splitters when you got that heat-shrink swag :D

 

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Who needs custom y-splitters when you got that heat-shrink swag :D

 

 

Old School :confused_face(1):

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Didn't get to make a headphone of IC cable today...

Had to reterminate this one here with new Amphenol MS3106F18-1PMS3106F18-1S connectors (8 conductors with a coax center) and a little bit of self fusing rubber tape. :D

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The above pic is the standard finish. Here are some quick pics of the beaded finish:


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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post
 

Didn't get to make a headphone of IC cable today...

Had to reterminate this one here with new Amphenol MS3106F18-1PMS3106F18-1S connectors (8 conductors with a coax center) and a little bit of self fusing rubber tape. :D

 

 

I thought that was a telephone cord before I scrolled down...

 

(for the kids out there, yes phones used to have cords... connected to big giant boxes with a dial instead of keypad).

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Viablue do offer a much smaller version to their usual size now, i think i posted pictures of them before, but if anyone likes i can take one alongside the usual size one, although they have a single hole in either end.

 

For the next week, i will include a free smaller sized Viablue splitter or my own with all DIY orders over £50.

 

International shipping is cheaper when ordered placed through PM, rather then site.


Edited by Toxic Cables - Yesterday at 2:31 pm

http://www.toxic-cables.co.uk                  PREPARE TO BE INTOXICATED

 

 

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I thought that was a telephone cord before I scrolled down...

(for the kids out there, yes phones used to have cords... connected to big giant boxes with a dial instead of keypad).
100' umbilical for a duct cleaning robot, the coax was broken which killed all the video feed... The monkeys who work with it like to pull the 50lb robot out by the tail as it takes too long to drive it out. biggrin.gif
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I received my recent DIY parts order from DHC today, just in time to re-terminate a couple of cables over the holiday weekend:

 

Double Helix Cables DIY parts: a Capsid y-splitter, and both gold and rhodium plated Elite series 3.5mm plugs.

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I thought that was a telephone cord before I scrolled down...

 

(for the kids out there, yes phones used to have cords... connected to big giant boxes with a dial instead of keypad).


and Anti-Cables use a similar style to old school telephone cords :beyersmile:

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That looks like a horrible idea.  No shielding!?

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Interconnects and headphone cables very rarely ever need shielding. None of the braided cables we make and use are shielded.
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