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50.5 kilos

55.9 kilos

70.5 kilos

wild guess :)

11.3 KG

6.2 KG

8.3KG

random guess

44.4lbs

133.3lbs

399.9lbs

18.1 Pounds.
37.6 Pounds.
732.7 pounds.

5.4 Kg

Quote:
Originally Posted by doublea71

"Pull strength" now trending on google...lol

That's funny!

Brannan Mason

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today.

45.8 lbs

55.3 lbs

68.2 lbs

Thanks to Noble Audio for holding this contest!

63.3lbs
70.05lbs
100lbs

10.3 kg

20.6 kg

33.3 kg

I have no idea what the question actually means.

66.95kg

189.1 lbs

200.3 lbs

225.5 lbs

Good opportunity. Hope I can win :D

Quote:
Originally Posted by jamato8

I have no idea what the question actually means.

Basically, how much weight can you hang from the cable before it breaks.

Brannan Mason

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today.

23.3kg

46.6kg

69.9kg

Stress=Force/Area

Force=Stress*Area

Dia. of 22ga wire: .000644m

Cross sectional area of 22ga wire: 3.26e-7m^2

(3.26e-7 m^2)*(220 MPa) = 7.172e-5 MegaNewtons

.00007172 MegaNewtons = 71.72 Newtons

(71.72 N)/(9.8 m/s^2) = 7.32 kg = 16.1 lbs

This is the amount of mass required to break a single strand of 22 AWG copper wire. However, due to the rubber insulation of the wire, and the fact that two of these wires are needed to complete an audio cable, the total breaking strength of a headphone wire could be very different. Below are my guesses:

36.3lbs

40.4lbs

48.6lbs

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