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Talk about a expensive ipod accessory.
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It's a good kind of cable to have. Lots of uses besides iPod though. I thought perhaps Cardas wouldn't be the type to fall for that. At least it's not white.
 
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Wow, those are incredibly overpriced. Save yourself some change and pick up one from Straightwire at HeadRoom. I don't see how you'd notice a difference if you're using the iPod's headphone out anyways


Hell, I'd take this cable from Kimbre if I wanted to splurge a little. $100+ is a lot for a short Mini » RCA.
 
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yea, they are on the pricey side. I think its odd that a cable company as big as kimber and cardas do not machine their own mini connectors. It would be great if Cardas released a new high quality design mini connector.
imagine rhodium and silver mini connectors




it looks canare f-12s. the analysis makes RCA locking connectors but they used the standard nickel neutrk connectors for their cable from the looks of it.
 
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