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So what do I have to do to get you to send 3 or 4 of those right angle long neck 3.5mm connectors to Southern California?

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Or a 6.5 and 3.5 to Canada. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

Or a 6.5 and 3.5 to Canada. biggrin.gif

 

I might be interested in that as well... except I'm in Alberta. Are you going to make these available on your DIY parts store, or are they only for your custom cables?

 

Dale

post #13759 of 13920
Man, those are some sexy plugs.
What internal conductor material do they use?
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Another interested party here in Seattle. That is some handsome hardware. A well done design.

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I think the last time I looked at ordering something from there, shipping was really expensive to Canada.

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Originally Posted by Toxic Cables View Post
 

Bunch of new connectors we had custom made.

 

 

 

 

 

This is a 3.5 to 6.3mm adapter,

 

Very interested in New York if these will be available as DIY parts?

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Do any of you know if it is possible to get something like the VALabs XLR connector just with a nice deep red wooden finish instead? I've been searching the web the entire evening and can't seem to find any.

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New Akg cable
Super flexible 28awg Teflon 19 strand silver plated copper from navships
Braided, sleeved in para cord, super lightweight and flexible

Great stuff
post #13765 of 13920
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Originally Posted by Paul Graham View Post

Some awesome cables in here guys!
Thought ild have a shot at making some speaker jumpers and my first go at braiding......























Nothing special no solder, not really high quality cable but I like them, And I have noticed slightly more highs adding a little more detail.

Very nice job! (if you have enough time and there is no possibility for bi-amping just try bi-wiring - you'll hear the difference :wink: ).

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Just finished up a new cable for my Sennheiser HD650's inspired by the CMYK colorcode

 

26 awg silver coated copper individually braided in type II paracord. Neutrik NYS228BG 6.3mm headphone jack to a Qables Y-Splitter with Acrolink Sennheiser ends. 

 

 

 

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@retrodisease I'm diggin it. Like seeing cables that are out of the ordinary.
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I like the cable too, it reminds me of one of these lollipops

 

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Needed a USB OTG Micro B --> B for my iFi Nano iDSD. This is what it turned out like:

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by sjolander21 View Post

Needed a USB OTG Micro B --> B for my iFi Nano iDSD. This is what it turned out like:









Can you tell me where you get the usb male/female connectors?
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