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Purchased ATH-A900X. How do I go about making / buying sleeves?

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Hello, guys!


 

This is my first post on here as I recently graduated from Apple Earpods to Audio Technica ATH-A900X. They should be here Friday!

 

At first, I was originally going to get the M50's, but I thought I could do better. In the future, when I get a full AMP/DAC combo set up, I plan to go with AKG or other Audio Technicas.

 

Now, to the topic. I love the sight of sleeved cables for anything PC related, but I have no idea on how to go about doing this. I would love to do it myself it is cheaper but I could most likely pay someone to do it for me.

 


If I should try to do it myself.


 

Is there a starters kit or guide for doing it yourself?

 

Do I need to buy special cables to sleeve for the ATH-A900X's?

 

Does braiding damage the headphones or make them better?

 

Can I sleeve even after I braid?

 

How do I know what size paracord to purchase?

 


and then if I'm going the other route.


 

Who can I trust to do my cables?

 

What will they do?

 

How much will they run me?

 

 


Thank you all for looking! 


post #2 of 2

There are several threads on forums on the Internet were people have gone over sleeving headphone cable, just have to search for them.

Also if you do a search on eBay for "Nylon Sleeving", there is a lot there for sale.

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