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Looking for a good quality mini to RCA without breaking the bank, would prefer 6", 15cm no more than 12", 30cm, and also a mini to mini without breaking the bank, my head is spinning from all the research, and need a little crutch.
 
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Bump anything for under $50 ???
 
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a 6" mini to rca is pretty short... what are you going to be using it for?

check out the Zu Pivots on ebay or pick something up at Radio Shack... their gold series stuff is not half bad.
 
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I use the Kimber Kable--it seems very nice. And the yellow is cool!
 
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Maybe you can ask a head-fier to build you one. I have done so with excellent results.
 
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using a Zu Pivot, great build--its solid, looks great too. can get it on ebay or from the for sale section on the boards, round ~$50
 
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Check out this StraightWire from HeadRoom, and they also have the Kimber cable that was mentioned, but it's a bit more expensive.
 
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a 6" mini to rca is pretty short... what are you going to be using it for?

check out the Zu Pivots on ebay or pick something up at Radio Shack... their gold series stuff is not half bad.



I want to velcro DAP to Amp and don't want a bundle of cable, I checked out the Kimber, they have a 12" but still up around the 50 mark, which may be what I'll end up with, but still not sold on hi end cables for mobile use. I may end up making my own. I'm a field EE and capable to make same, but in all my years in my business I've never seen a made up cable have the reliabilty/durability as a manufactured molded connector, also would like 90 degree on the mini end, I'll take another look at the Zu and the Shack. Thanks.
 
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I want to velcro DAP to Amp and don't want a bundle of cable, I checked out the Kimber, they have a 12" but still up around the 50 mark, which may be what I'll end up with, but still not sold on hi end cables for mobile use. I may end up making my own. I'm a field EE and capable to make same, but in all my years in my business I've never seen a made up cable have the reliabilty/durability as a manufactured molded connector, also would like 90 degree on the mini end, I'll take another look at the Zu and the Shack. Thanks.


Oh boy! a DoubleE! Fun times! I am a big fan of DIY if you are able... that way you can make exactly what you want to the budget you want! Might be hard to find a production right angel mini at your price.
 
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I want to velcro DAP to Amp and don't want a bundle of cable, I checked out the Kimber, they have a 12" but still up around the 50 mark, which may be what I'll end up with, but still not sold on hi end cables for mobile use. I may end up making my own. I'm a field EE and capable to make same, but in all my years in my business I've never seen a made up cable have the reliabilty/durability as a manufactured molded connector, also would like 90 degree on the mini end, I'll take another look at the Zu and the Shack. Thanks.


You want a right angle mini? Check out the link I just posted! It won't break the bank too
 
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the StraightWire does look like it should fit the bill nicely... its a good bit longer then you were looking for but you can always wrap it around the system once or just play around with it and see what you cant come up with.
 
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Thanks Thaddy, I missed that at HeadRoom, I'll check it out.
 
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BTW.... patiently waiting for my LaRocco PR from the group buy, the PR will have RCA in.
 
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As mentioned before, plenty of us DIY'ers would be more than willing to help you out!
 
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