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Originally Posted by TwoEars View Post
 

Have a look at the DIY section of moon audio. There are worse places to start.

 

http://www.moon-audio.com/diy-audio-parts.html

 

Techflex makes pretty much all the sleeving on the market.

 

Neutrik makes all the connectors you need, but there are fancies companies around (the difference in sound quality is up for debate).

 

Thanks , Ill have a look!

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Originally Posted by Kamakahah View Post


It's true that the information is a bit spread out on the diy cable questions and comments thread, but in order to get you that consolidation of information someone will need to search through the thread and provide links the same as anyone else.

My point being that you are just as capable of using the search bar in the thread as the next person. Take some time and search/read yourself from what is already posted. You'll learn better that way.

I would like to make a thread where the first post contains all guides and information. I'm willing to make one, bit I won't habe time until my finals are complete in two weeks. At that time I'll start making simple video tutorials or help amd lists of vendors.

 

Yea, I guess I'll have a long read next weekend :) Maybe I'll open the Thread by myself, who knows]]

Thanks and good luck 4 ur finals

post #13547 of 13921

built a woody sr225 grado using some lignum vitae wood cups a friend made. the cable is canare L4E6S w/sheathing removed. litz braid to the y-split, twisted pair to the cups. techflex up to the y-split, paracord to the cups. neutrik 4-pin xlr and viablue y-splitter.

 

 

post #13548 of 13921
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built a woody sr225 grado using some lignum vitae wood cups a friend made. the cable is canare L4E6S w/sheathing removed. litz braid to the y-split, twisted pair to the cups. techflex up to the y-split, paracord to the cups. neutrik 4-pin xlr and viablue y-splitter.

 

 

Ha nice ;)

post #13549 of 13921

Where can I get suitable paracord in a good size like that?

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Me thinks everyone is on Holiday here... wink.gif
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Oh how I wish. Finals time.
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I cba to take a picture with my camera tonight. But here is a nice potato pic of my new cable for my new cans.

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Originally Posted by slokenafk View Post

I cba to take a picture with my camera tonight. But here is a nice potato pic of my new cable for my new cans.

I like the color coordination. I have a pair of HE-400s on the way right now! Nice cable and nice cans :)

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Originally Posted by slokenafk View Post

I cba to take a picture with my camera tonight. But here is a nice potato pic of my new cable for my new cans.

I like the color coordination. I have a pair of HE-400s on the way right now! Nice cable and nice cans :)


Thanks man. If you have any questions just ask. I love them.

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Thanks man. If you have any questions just ask. I love them.

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What wire and what cord covering did you use? Nice work!
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Thanks man. If you have any questions just ask. I love them.

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What wire and what cord covering did you use? Nice work!

Thanks man. The cable is the canare quad star cable (cant think of the numbers atm), and the sleeving is 550 paracord from paracord planet.

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post #13557 of 13921

Cool, I might have to get me some of that paracord to play with.

post #13558 of 13921
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Originally Posted by TwoEars View Post

Cool, I might have to get me some of that paracord to play with.

I like it. Its my first time using paracord but its good stuff.

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My latest Sony mH1 re-cables:

 

AppleMark

AppleMark

AppleMark

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Originally Posted by luisdent View Post
 

My latest Sony mH1 re-cables:

 

AppleMark

AppleMark

AppleMark


Luis, do you find straight Neutrik hard to go in your ClipZip ?

I read somewhere else a Neutrik bust a 3.5" port almost like they are (or a batch was over-sized)

I A\B'd that Neutrik style in your photo with a Fiio plug and a Oyaide plug and the Neutrik was really stiff into my Clipzip....

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