Cardas Premium Clear Light Headphone Cables

Cardas Premium Clear Light Headphone Cables

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The Clear Light headphone cables come from Cardas Audio: an Oregon-based, family-run manufacturer that’s gained a strong reputation among audio enthusiasts for making high-quality cables that don’t compromise on anything. These light, flexible cables are based on the company’s flagship cables, but with both the left and right channels in a single cable Read More

Nov 7, 2021
Looks like the HD800/8XX was popular and sold out. Any ETA on a restock of 800 to 4 pin XLR?
Oct 25, 2021
Restock of Mini XLR’s please…
Oct 3, 2021
Dual 3.5mm version can use on Sony Z1R? Thanks!
Sep 23, 2021
How about getting connectors for Dan Clark Audio!!!!!!
Sep 22, 2021
Why no 4.5m option? Is massdrop only selling desktop stuff. There is always only short options on headphone cable drops
Sep 22, 2021
What is it with overpriced custom cables and using absolutely excessive amounts of exposed heatshrink? Do people think that looks good, or makes it nicer to use?
Sep 23, 2021
Absolutely, exposed heat shrink is a big pet peeve of mine.
Oct 18, 2021
foreskin envy
Sep 3, 2021
am I too late? now 3M HD800 with 4 pin XLR, no 1/4" TRS?
Aug 25, 2021
Someone, ANYONE, convince me that a cable could actually be worth this kind of money.
Oct 15, 2021
We listen to audio with gear, not to the gear itself. Subtle point, I know, but an important distinction. ”to fully out you, I’ve taken the class from Dick Thayler at Cornell University on decision making and all the biases you cite…” His name is Dick Thaler, though his academic publications will have him under Richard. This is interesting, because he’s worked with Daniel Kahneman who is a huge name in cognitive bias world (psychological side, anyway), and with whose work I’m a bit more familiar. Thaler’s work (and with Kahneman, no less) seems to encompass bias and decision making heuristics within economics. Did his class stick to that, or did it cover and apply course material beyond the scope of economics? What did you learn in that class about decision-making and bias? This is yet another opportunity to show what you know and/or provide an alternate definition for what cognitive bias is, so that you can help me learn. ”…you’re completely missing the point…” You have the opportunity here to demonstrate that, rather than to simply say “you’re wrong because I say so”, which is where we’re at now. Instead: Elucidate. Share an article. I read the one you linked, which is about Dr. Thaler after his award of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences (Kahneman has received the same award, though I have not previously encountered his work related to economics). I’ll read more, too. Show me what the correct, non-perverse translation actually is. You might even be able to change my mind.
Oct 16, 2021
“We listen to audio with gear, not to the gear itself. Subtle point, I know, but an important distinction.” No, it’s not subtle, it’s just fundamentally wrong and is the essence of what this hobby is all about. Have you tried to listen to recorded music without gear? Kinda tough, eh? Because the music signal passes through electronics, speakers, headphones, etc. the signal IS being affected by it, so it’s simply not possible to just remove the gear from the equation and is, IMO and IME, precisely what makes this hobby so interesting and fun. You and I clearly come from different planets with regard to audio, and although we may agree on certain theoretical principles we apply them completely differently here. Over my years of listening along with the number of reviews I’ve read and written over those years I’ve come to the realization that you can’t 100% replace practice with theory and vice versa — both are useful and necessary. I’m not diving into any more bias/decision-making theory here because it just won’t be productive given how differently we view the nature of audio reviews (among other things), but if you continue to want to disregard reviews like these here because you consider them fatally affected by bias or biases that’s your prerogative. I’m on the other side of this and find a lot of interesting and useful information contained in these reviews. So it goes...
Aug 24, 2021
I want to buy HD800 to 6.3mm, 3M long, is it still available? Thanks!
Aug 21, 2021
Yes, balanced cable for HD800 is available again!
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