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i REALLY like that. looking at getting the RX700's or RX900's soon smile.gif
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You wont be disappointed!!
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That Mogami 2534 cable it looks like it has two blue wires and two grounding wires, how do you know which grounding wires goes with which blue wire?
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^ A dmm tongue.gif

I used the two clear wires for ground, and the blue is left and right.
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good work!
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Nice, I see you grounded the shield as well? What kind of soldering iron do you have? Just curious, but why the wire to only 1 side and then loop the wires around the top? Why not split the wire for each driver then sleeve it?
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Nice, I see you grounded the shield as well? What kind of soldering iron do you have? Just curious, but why the wire to only 1 side and then loop the wires around the top? Why not split the wire for each driver then sleeve it?

I don't understand why OP didn't just solder the cable to the headband cable(there's two wires running in the headband).

Anyways...those are bad soldering joints lol
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I don't understand why OP didn't just solder the cable to the headband cable(there's two wires running in the headband).

Anyways...those are bad soldering joints lol

I would assume because that would be defeating the rewire in the first place if he was just to use the cables already in the band for that driver. Why didn't he pull those out and maybe try to push his Mogami cable through with an air compressor or pull it through with fishing line?

I actually have the same wire and a Canare F16 and was hoping to do this mod to mine. I don't know how to solder though and was wondering if I should buy a low wattage pencil and practice on a circuit board a bit before I do it. I read up on it and it seems pretty straightforward. But I don't want to damage the voice coil and was wondering the correct wattage pencil to use.
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I would assume because that would be defeating the rewire in the first place if he was just to use the cables already in the band for that driver. Why didn't he pull those out and maybe try to push his Mogami cable through with an air compressor or pull it through with fishing line?

I actually have the same wire and a Canare F16 and was hoping to do this mod to mine. I don't know how to solder though and was wondering if I should buy a low wattage pencil and practice on a circuit board a bit before I do it. I read up on it and it seems pretty straightforward. But I don't want to damage the voice coil and was wondering the correct wattage pencil to use.

Watch YouTube vids, it's relatively easy.

The distance from one earcup to the other is so short, it doesn't matter if it was the Canare or the stock cable.
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I don't understand why OP didn't just solder the cable to the headband cable(there's two wires running in the headband).

Anyways...those are bad soldering joints lol
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Nice, I see you grounded the shield as well? What kind of soldering iron do you have? Just curious, but why the wire to only 1 side and then loop the wires around the top? Why not split the wire for each driver then sleeve it?


I ran the wire like that because I wanted the same length and type of wire going to each driver. The headband piece was too thin to push the mogami through, so I thought it would be neat to wrap them on the outside cool.gif lol

Plus I like headphones with a single entry better than split entry. In my opinion split entry headphones are annoying and the cords always get in the way.

I agree the soldering on the jack is pretty bad, It has now since been re terminated with a new jack and better soldering.
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