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Old 7th February 2003, 09:56 PM   #1
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Default My first attempts at cables / interconnects

Here are some done in RG-316 and connectors from Parts Express.
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Old 7th February 2003, 09:58 PM   #2
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This pair are teflon twisted silver in some Bently Harris sleeve. The connectors are Dayton Audio gold over brass with anodized housings.
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looks realy neat and tidy great job..
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Guess Iíve made more interconnect cables than most people will in a life time. Itís easy to get kind of snobby about it after thousands of connectors and thousands of miles of cable. Reminds me that its better to take pride than be arrogant.

Those are great looking cables. Makes me think that I should not be so lazy and actually build my own for my home.

I love the connectors. Do you know who makes them? They look like they might be Canare or Neutrik.
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This pair are teflon twisted silver in some Bently Harris sleeve. The connectors are Dayton Audio gold over brass with anodized housings.

The connectors are Dayton Audio gold over brass with anodized housings.
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Too many lead fumes! Tnx
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