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Step 1: Plug power cable into wall. Step 2: Plug other end of power cable into....umm.... Step 0.5: Order something to power with power cable.
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I just got my VD audition interconnects but they don't fit into rca jacks because their hole is too tight. Do I just need to bend the hole outwards with something or what?

Thanks,

Biggie.

ps. they look really sweat
 
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Easy! Put a little bit of car wax on the parts with a toothpick. Don't overdo the wax! Just a dab will do. After you spread a thin film of the wax on the parts, try plugging your interconnect.

I want to know if this solution works for you. OK? So post a result. If it does NOT work, I have another solution ready for you.
 
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Step 1: Plug power cable into wall. Step 2: Plug other end of power cable into....umm.... Step 0.5: Order something to power with power cable.
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I can tell by the size of the plugs right now that that will not work. Thanks for replying.

Biggie.
 
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Step 1: Plug power cable into wall. Step 2: Plug other end of power cable into....umm.... Step 0.5: Order something to power with power cable.
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Oh the plugs screw on and off, so I figured it out now.
Coolio.

Biggie.
 
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