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visit Tralucent site and email them directly or you can ask Gavin in private message, his nick on HeadFi is spkrs01 and he will guide you through
Sorry for the delay.
Inner Whiplash TWAu, outer Uber.
Closeup of the braid for this TWAu
Looks like a 8 braid TWAU gold ref?
Hmmm....maybe an optical illusion but those pins look bent.
Nope, I don't think it's an optical illusion.
Sean, be careful then, you don't want to hurt your 1p2 sockets = $$
Also, I wonder if the extra long pin engagement would be 'no bueno' for the sockets?
I would not be putting those pins anywhere near my sockets! :O
I don't see an issue other than the bent part though I'd personally never get extra conductors.
I like the TWAu connectors personally. If one could put those connectors on the Uber, that'll be awesome.
Are the pins the same size though? That is what I'd be afraid of because it will wear out your sockets if they pin size is larger on that twag.
Does anyone have trouble with the pins/cable falling out from the monitor? Obviously I do, but I wanted to know if anyone else has experienced this and/or what can be done (besides getting another cable). I currently have the silver cable. Thanks for any advice you might have.
Might mean the connector on the monitor's worn out
The pins aren't actually what holds the plug onto the housing. If you look closely at the plug there's a section on the end that pushes into the socket, Usually when your problem occurs (which is well recorded here ) it means that section which pushes into the socket is no longer gripping firmly any longer.
For example this section.
Unfortunately there is no long term cure, the issue has been discussed many times. Tralucent have however given suggestions to temporarily fix the issue.
Good to know that you actually consider getting the TWAu even though you owned the uber, that says alot about the TWAu. Also I love those pic by the way. Maybe you should send these pic to Craig to put it at his website to generate more sales as his doesn't look half as good.