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Thanks for the replies, i do have some experience with soldering but not much... I think I could do something simple like this. I'll actually look into doing a recabling, seems like a fun little mod that would make it unique:

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Thanks again guys.
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Originally Posted by pmrballer123;13116625 
OMg there is a guy on OCN that has some rx700's that are heavily modded and he recabled his ill try to find him so you can talk to him!

That would be great!
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Soldering is relatively easy once you get the hang of it. I might be the person that pmrballer123 was referring to but I no longer have those headphones. They did serve me well while I had them though.
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