Black Dragon Bulk Headphone Cable (by the foot)

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Price is per linear foot. Please place Quantity based on how many feet you need.

The cable uses a 4 x 21.5AWG Teflon insulated stranded conductors using pure single crystallized UP-OCC pure copper with 7N purity 99.99998%.

Each conductor is made up of a special varying size stranding geometry. The copper stranding is mixed with Kevlar stranding to reinforce the conductor. Making it stronger overall and less prone to failure due to the harsh constant flexing a headphone cable receives. The conductors are then surrounded by cotton and then a layer of Teflon tape. The new version is now also shielded and placed in a polyethylene jacket for further protection.

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Senn HD800 upgrade
After asking just a few simple question to Drew he pointed me to this cable. For a tad more than a $100 bill I got all I needed to build my own cable (only 4 feet of cable for my application hence the 5 stars on the price). 3 days later and about 3 hours of work (tinny connectors require a lot of attention to do it just right and I'm quite capable). The cable is of very well made gear quality (bonus I cared only about sonic performances). Well I have been listening to my favorite tracks for about 2 days now, the first impression I can get all the details at every volume level with thw orginal cable I had to crank up the amp to get satisfaction. The bass improved greatly deeper fuller, the highs have more presence and the mids seem to have found the perfect place in blending with high and the bass quite exquisitely. The tonal balance is exactly what I was looking for, The best bang for the buck I ever experienced. I could not believe that the original cable from the manufacturer was masking so much. If you get an HD800 you have to give a shot to the "Black Dragon".
June 25, 2012
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was the price for meter or foot? thanks
Muhammad I on Nov 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Pricing is per foot. Add to the quantity for the desired feet of cable.