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post #436 of 1214

guesses are

 

14.612581258795 lbs

16.860670683225 lbs

22.4808942443 lbs

post #437 of 1214

43.2

49.6

64.7

I know nothing about this product but maybe I'll get lucky...

post #438 of 1214
Worth a shot,I would guess :
130.6 lbs
97.5 lbs
And for the fun of it, 200.5 lbs
post #439 of 1214
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Originally Posted by fraist View Post

Worth a shot,I would guess :
130.6 lbs
97.5 lbs
And for the fun of it, 200.5 lbs
nah man. For the fun of it, you should have said 5k lbs or something.
post #440 of 1214

So without knowing more details about the cable itself (i.e. how many wire strands is it comprised of? twisted or solid? what is the AWG on each wire?), this is really a shot in the dark for everyone. I guess that's the purpose though.

 

22.7 lbs (10.3 kgs)
34.2 lbs (15.5 kgs)
54.3 lbs (24.6 kgs)

 

Best of luck to all!

 

~ Im2bz2p :)


Edited by Im2bz2p - 6/4/14 at 12:05am
post #441 of 1214
Quote:
Originally Posted by Im2bz2p View Post

So without knowing more details about the cable itself (i.e. how many wire strands is it comprised of? twisted or solid? what is the AWG on each wire?), this is really a shot in the dark for everyone. I guess that's the purpose though.

22.7 lbs (10.3 kgs)
34.2 lbs (15.5 kgs)
54.3 lbs (24.6 kgs)

Best of luck to all!

~ Im2bz2p smily_headphones1.gif
didn't it also have wire insulation? What if its braided Kevlar or some nearly impossible to stretch and snap materials? And I say two runner ups get a Noble shirt.
post #442 of 1214
27.9 lbs
42.6 lbs
66.9 lbs
post #443 of 1214
Aprox. 65kg
post #444 of 1214
Quote:
Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post


didn't it also have wire insulation? What if its braided Kevlar or some nearly impossible to stretch and snap materials? And I say two runner ups get a Noble shirt.

 

+1  - good point. Who knows what kind of insulation is surrounding the wire as well.

 

Some of the guesses are so funny though. A 3/64 (0.04) inch diameter of stainless steel cable has a breaking strength of 270 lbs.

http://www.stormcable.com/uploads/tensile_load_support_for_cable.pdf

 

Do you honestly believe an IEM audio cable (with or without insulation) is going to have more breaking strength? A typical stereo audio cable is about 22 AWG (which means 0.02 inch diameter). IEM's cables are generally even smaller in diameter (maybe comprised of 26 AWG wire). Even if you factor in insulation & using the thicker 22 AWG wire, how would the audio cable's breaking strength surpass a stainless steel cable that is 0.02 bigger in diameter? 

 

Just some things to think about,

 

~ Im2bz2p :)


Edited by Im2bz2p - 6/3/14 at 10:29am
post #445 of 1214

32.8 lbs

43.6 lbs

54.2 lbs

post #446 of 1214
45.81
250.35
100.77
All in lbs
post #447 of 1214
682 lbs
745 lbs
777 lbs
post #448 of 1214

Here are my guesses!

 

37.522 lbs

77.543 lbs

120.03 lbs

 

Best of luck to everyone.

post #449 of 1214
Imma guess

50Kg
40 Kg
280.00001 Kg
post #450 of 1214
55,5 kg
77,7 kg
88,8 kg
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