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post #7831 of 13928

Can i ask where i can get the iPod dock connectors? I was going to have a go at making my own LOD.

post #7832 of 13928
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Originally Posted by Waazup View Post

Can i ask where i can get the iPod dock connectors? I was going to have a go at making my own LOD.



it used to be ridax, but they don't seem to have them anymore, anyone know of someplace else to get them?

 

edit...

 

this site has some as well, but not as good of a variety that ridax used to have...

 

http://www.sparkfun.com/categories/101


Edited by samsquanch - 11/5/11 at 3:43pm
post #7833 of 13928

nice cable! looks pretty pro

post #7834 of 13928
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Originally Posted by .Sup View Post


How much did you pay for those connectors?

 



You like ps audio plugs smile.gif I paid 17$ for 4 plugs

 

http://cgi.ebay.fr/Original-24k-Gold-Plated-RCA-Locking-Connector-Plug-4pc-/280726042769?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item415c937891#ht_4191wt_1344

post #7835 of 13928

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can anybody identify these rca phono, soundflex is printed on the front i believe they are shop made as i got them in beaver radio,liverpool before they closed down.

post #7836 of 13928
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Originally Posted by samsquanch View Post





it used to be ridax, but they don't seem to have them anymore, anyone know of someplace else to get them?

 

edit...

 

this site has some as well, but not as good of a variety that ridax used to have...

 

http://www.sparkfun.com/categories/101



How about here:http://www.qables.com/shop/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=76_81&zenid=1187cc1c74b21637d305aeb5d40d3c03

 

That's bad news about Ridax. I was just in their site a while back, and they still showed the Apple stuff.

 

 

post #7837 of 13928


Looks like a very common chinese connector but with "PS Audio" printed on it.  They look similar to the FP-104 and WBT0101 connectors.

post #7838 of 13928
Charlo, what seathing is that?
post #7839 of 13928


Nice! I was just asking because I go the same ones without PS Audio written on it from Parts connection for about 20$

post #7840 of 13928
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Originally Posted by Mad Max View Post

Seems the eBay seller offering the cheap paracord who's listing I linked to is gone (banned, lol).

 

Well, all_outdoor_and_more, asincal, sgentry46, and mrparacord don't look like they will get banned any time soon judging by how much good feedback they each have.

 

This blue looks good for an HD25-1 Adidas cable.  Or blue camo would look cool, too, I think.


the first one has a lot of colors, that is awesome, but he has this in the description:

"Please note that these are cut at 5 feet each (even if purchasing several of the same color).  "

 

I'd be ordering some form the second one.

 

post #7841 of 13928
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Originally Posted by JamesMcProgger View Post


the first one has a lot of colors, that is awesome, but he has this in the description:

"Please note that these are cut at 5 feet each (even if purchasing several of the same color).  "

 

I'd be ordering some form the second one.

 



Please note that these are cut at 5 feet each (even if purchasing several of the same color).  Please check out one of our other listings if you are looking for longer lengths, or send us a message to see about requesting uncut continuous sections.  If requesting this, please ask first before buying because we may only have cut sections left.

post #7842 of 13928

^ woah why the big caps?

already asked but the only have 2 pieces available of the one I have. too bad I never made my mind to buy from the first one MadMax posted about lol

post #7843 of 13928

Removed

post #7844 of 13928

Here is a pic of a new cable I made for my K240DF's.

I'm still waiting for all the spare parts I need ot convert them back to the stock look, but at least the cable is done.

 

List of tools and materials used:

 

Stripped Mogami w2893.

The insulation from an original K240 cable.

Heatshrink of different sizes.

Nylon bootlace.

Two bits of thick cable insulation.

Neutrik 4-pin male XLR

Superglue.

Fishing line.

Solder.

Soldering iron.

A pair of scissors.

A sharp knife.

 

K240DF Cable Dual.JPG

post #7845 of 13928

7509HD recable.  I tried using the very soft orange paracord that I have underneath, but the result is not as quiet as I expected.  Well, at least it is very soft.

 

 

 

7509HD1.jpg

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