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Old 16th February 2013, 05:19 PM   #1
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I have several custom made cables for sale (except 1). All shipping will be USPS Priority Flat rate (unless you really want something else). not putting too many prices, pm me what you think a good deal is and lets see if we agree.

Monoprice RCA Digital Sub cable ($10 on their site)

Bi-Amp set (3 total cables) 38" long Canare + Belden 1505A
Digital Coax (3 total cables, can be sold individually) 49" long Canare + 1694A
$10 each or $20 pair
RCA 3braid silver + teflon + Calrad Gold plating 28" long (Pair)
RCA twisted pair cable. silver plated, silver foil, silver shield, 100% shielded. Calrad Gold plating 28.5" long (Pair)
RCA twisted pair cable. silver plated, silver foil, silver shield, 100% shielded. Gold plated, Locking, Compression style, (center and outer) No solder used 27.25" long (Pair)
RCA twisted pair cable. silver plated, silver foil, silver shield, 100% shielded. Gold plated, Locking, Compression style, (center and outer) No solder used
31" long and 36" long
Any power cable that doesn't have a utilized a ground pin or has a shield, i can add it to the cable at ZERO cost. $30 each
Power Cable P/C-079 Gold plated, twisted 12 awg stranded wire, 12 awg spiral ground 28" long
Power Cable P/C-079 Gold plated, twisted 12 awg stranded wire, NO ground, 49" long {sold}
Power Cable P/C-079 Gold plated, twisted 12 awg stranded wire, NO ground, 22" long {sold}
Power Cable P/C-037 Silver plated. 4ea solid copper plated silver 15 awg. 2ea conductors twisted together, then inserted into tigon tubing. both conductors twisted. NO ground. 40" long
Power cable P/C-037 Silver plated. 4ea 14awg star quad. Mil-Spec wire. teflon insulation. No shield, No ground. 40" long.
Power cable P/C-037 Silver plated. twisted 12 awg stranded wire, Mil-Spec wire, teflon insulation. shield braid connected at plug end. ground pin not connected. 39" long {sale pending}
Power cable P/C-037 Silver plated. twisted 12 awg stranded wire. Mil-Spec wire, teflon insulation. No shield, No ground. 40" long.
Power cable P/C-046e Pure Copper. twisted 12 awg stranded wire. Mil-Spec wire, teflon insulation. No shield, No ground. 40" long.
Video Power cable P/C-037 Silver plated. 18awg tin plated copper. tinned copper foil, tinned copper drain wire. 100% shielded (connected at plug end), Ground not connected. 37" long. used for digital video/ audio devices (IMOP, doesn't do anything unless it's connected to a good filter unit).
Video Power cable P-037 Silver plated + C7 Silver plated. 18 awg tin plated copper. tinned copper foil, tinned copper drain wire. 100% shielded (connected at plug end). 63.5" long and 67" long. used for digital video/ audio devices. (IMOP, doesn't do anything unless it's connected to a good filter unit).
I have partial built cables (no connectors) if you really want the conductors, i can sell them as is, or find you connectors and build it up for you.
1 ea. Anti-Cables wire. 12 awg solid copper. 16" long, yeah, it's short!
1 ea 12 awg solid copper. 3N purity. Star Quad design. 31" long.
1 ea 12 awg 4N twisted with shield and no ground wire. 22" long.

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Old 16th February 2013, 07:24 PM   #2
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Old 16th February 2013, 07:30 PM   #3
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sorry guys, i thought i had a bunch of pics posted. i don't see them. i'll try again and see if i can get this figured out.
thanks for your patience.
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Old 16th February 2013, 08:32 PM   #4
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i'm not showing off my crossovers, look in the background to see the furman power cord. it's a 9 awg set up. 12 awg quad cable in a teflon tube. for some reason it's better to not have your ground wire on top of the power/return wires. a barrier between them gives better results.
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Old 13th March 2013, 11:10 PM   #5
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Old 22nd March 2013, 01:21 AM   #6
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pics of cables.
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Old 25th March 2013, 12:56 PM   #7
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Your cables are so pretty I want one even though I have no idea what they are for. Could I use these to power my onkyo receiver?
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Old 27th April 2013, 11:43 PM   #8
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I received my RCA cables from 1InVeNt0r today and am extremely happy with them. Super solid build quality with really durable sleeving and techflex. He was great to deal with, too.
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