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Low end. Cheap. Generic. Otherwise bang for buck cable thread!

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  1. hakuzen
    added cable 065 (jc ally painted 5n ofc/spc 4 thick cores) to my list.
    detailed comments, pics, and links, here (spoiler section)
     
    Last edited: Mar 25, 2019
  2. battosai
    The H16 is ridiculously big. It's beautifully crafted but it is not very flexible. To be honest it is absolutely overkill. I was curious about the 16 core offerings but don't think it adds much value compared to a good 8 core.
    I also received the Tin Hi-fi T3 and the cable is very nice. Great crafting, very supple just awesome. The Y splitter looks like a ISN hi-fi Y splitter, maybe they are the OEM producing the T3 cable?
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  3. battosai
    Thanks Hakuzen, I can't seem to find the values for cables 62 and 63, some nicehck 16 cores that I was eyeing previously. Thanks
     
  4. zeppu08
    Can you please link me to those cable 130, 125 and 133? Just to make sure im in the real deal.
    Thanks :blush:
     
  5. hakuzen
    yes, thanks, i know. haven't received them yet, so couldn't measure.. i'll fill measurements and comments then
    the links i'm able to post are in my list, spoiler section, at the end of each cable comments.
    you can find there the links for cable 130 and some links for cable 125. links for cables 133 can be found in my review of GUCraftsman cables (also linked in spoiler section of my list).
    i've omitted any link to banned shops or brands
     
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  6. superuser1
    @hakuzen thanks for all your hard work!!
    @Dsnuts are you getting any cables during the 28/03 sale?
     
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  7. kingdixon
    Great, I think i will go for Gu's cable this time !

    Thanks for your efforts bro
     
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  8. zeppu08
    Got it! Thanks!
     
  9. kingdixon
    Any one tried 4 in 1 plug termination cables ?

    I was searching for a cable for jh angie, i found 4 in 1 terminations for an extra 20$,

    the terminations are as shown here https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4-i...pm=a2g0s.13010208.99999999.269.10fd3c00hLzfmI

    so regardless of the cable itself, i wonder if someone tried them before, is it a durable approach ? i dig it first because you get 4 terminations and also they are nearly right angled (just a bit huge right angle :D ) i love right angle
     
  10. hakuzen
    the cable you've linked uses same wire than cables 130-132, which is great. but, like you say, the plugs are a bit huge.
    there are others with smaller angled plugs, but worse or unknown cable.
    and there are plugs without cable, like this: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/-/32919553180.html (but you'll have to solder your cable)
     
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  11. kingdixon
    Thats not the cable i found for jh angie but i put it for the pics of the 4 plugs,

    well, diy is always a great idea, but i rather use my soldering skills in fixing any of my cables in case it is messed up (it is already messed up what is the worse that could happen :D) , but i wouldn't count on my skills to get the parts and do it myself :D , i know it won't be that hard job may be i will get some cheap stuff to try with first.
     
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  12. Dsnuts Contributor
    I got news that MD will be shipping my Zeus soon. I am gonna wait till I get it and see what I want for a cable. I have a good idea though. I am happy with current cables. I bought so much stuff toward the end of last year I have slowed down. No need for more cables but I always say that.
     
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  13. cocolinho
    @hakuzen what is your best reco for a light & highly flexible 4 cores cable 4.4 ended around usd30? (whatever being MMCX or 2pin since I'll cut the connector anyway to solder on earbuds)
    Thanks!
     
  14. hakuzen
    it's been long since i've used a 4 cores cable. don't know which to recommend.
    if 8 cores (yes, i know you have to solder two wires to each point at the earbuds; if you tin both wires together, it shouldn't add much difficulty), if you need extreme thin and flexible wire, super cheap cable 061 could do the job (although i haven't listened music nor measured them). jack and plugs of cables 052 use to be easily repairable (they can be unscrewed, not glued), so you'll be able to re-use the plugs in the future. very well built, very light and flexible, probably one of the best sounding at that price.
     
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