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Look on youtube for 4 strand braid
Whant to leave them straight and not braid them
Then your only hope is cable ties
Please draw a picture of what you trying to achieve
Look, I can heat shrink all over the cable.
I can bend it with sleeve.
I can even to try apply some glue between them.
do someone have the best method to tie between several cables ?
Why don't you try using some manners
This is going to be more Do-it-for-me instead of DYI type of question I am building an audiophile PC. I need two high end USB A to USB B and USB A to USB C cables. I found the perfect one NEOTECH NEUB-3020 (very well shielded and made from UP-OOC copper) cable but is too long at 1 meter and it is only USB B to USB A. It needs to be cut in half and to connect one USB C connector to one of the halves and one USB A to the other half. This way I can have two 50 centimeters each USB A to USB B and USB A to USB C cables. Do you know of a person or a company in USA or Canada that might consider such crazy request?
I have two left hands, otherwise I would have done it myself
What is the best Ethernet cable available in bulk. Is there anything more exotic than viablue’s silver plated wire?
I did something wrong?
Anybody know the secret to getting the little brass rings in a Mr Speakers/Dan Clark Audio connector crimped properly so that they fit nicely into the barrel of the connector?
For making a balanced cable with mono 3.5mm connectors (Hifiman cans), do I simply use the tips as L+ for one and R+ for the other connector and then the respective sleeves as L- and R- ground?
You can use a hex crimper like you might use on the ring of an RG 59 f connector
That is correct but the spacing of the rings can be different than the stereo plus. Did it come with TRS connectors? I would use that type and you still just connect tip and sleeve