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I normally shared this on a Turkish forum but I'd like to share it in here too. :regular_smile :

 

It is a Plussound 26AWG Copper + Silver + Gold Type 6 Litz cable and Pailiccs RCA Plugs. I really like the sound of them.

 

And this stuff;

 

Plussound 26AWG Copper + Silver + Gold Type 6 Litz cables and Oyaide Gold 3.5mm Plugs.

Actually I sold the 3.5mm one a month ago.

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Built a pair of interconnects yesterday,

 

 

very pleased with the result

 

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Hey guys,
New to diy, looking at a heat gun on sale at harbor freight. Is there a certain watt gun I should be looking for? The one I'm looking at is a 1500 watt dual temperature (572/1112). I can grab that one for $8.99. Thanks
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Originally Posted by raybone0566 View Post

Hey guys,
New to diy, looking at a heat gun on sale at harbor freight. Is there a certain watt gun I should be looking for? The one I'm looking at is a 1500 watt dual temperature (572/1112). I can grab that one for $8.99. Thanks

I have that same heat gun from harbor freight, it works great!!

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I have that same heat gun from harbor freight, it works great!!
Good news, thank-you
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A speaker tap adapter I made the other day for my Emotiva Fusion Flex speaker amp.  The black & brown cable attaches to my HE-560s.  The "silver" (yeah, it really is; looks white, eh?) and "charcoal" are the two 95-lbs paracord colors I have the most of.  They were begging to be used.

 

A couple more photos available here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/629352/he-500-lcd2-d5000-dt770-sr80-on-a-speaker-amp-emotiva-mini-x-a-100-project/3705#post_11879410

 

 

 

 

The only thing I'd do differently is to use solder type banana plugs.  I've had good experiences with these Monoprice screw type, but they're not well suited for tiny Mogami W2799 wires.  Made it work, though, so no real complaints.  Oh, and do as I say, not as I do: always check your terminations with a DMM rather than assuming everything went well.  My joints inside the TRS plug (receptacle?) were fine, but screwing on the boot twisted one positive into an intermittent contact with the Ground terminal.  Fortunately I discovered it by chance (fixing the aesthetics of the speaker tap end!), and corrected it with some electrical tape.  My DMM calls me lazy, and it's right ;)

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