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Hyper Design Cables for Sennheiser HD 6XX & HIFIMAN

Hyper Design Cables for Sennheiser HD 6XX & HIFIMAN

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Hyper Design is an audiophile company known for producing high-quality replacement accessories for high-quality headphones. Case in point? Read More

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Kiwi01
1
Sep 18, 2021
Are these balanced?
SuperShibe
1
Sep 21, 2021
You can get 4-pin XLR
Impulses
57
Sep 18, 2021
I'd buy the Senn 2.5mm if it was offered in a really short length like 1.5", so I could use it with a BT receiver and connect it to an extension for desk use... I've had cables like that made for some of my other stuff but not my 6XX, heh.
StopBadDrops
64
Sep 24, 2021
Drop makes a 1.2m balanced 2.5mm cable for $50.
Impulses
57
Sep 24, 2021
That's still way longer than I'm looking for, heh, but thanks... About 0.5m would be ideal for use with a clip on receiver when I'm not at my desk setup, probably have to go custom for that which is what I did for my IEM & ZMF.
Makauu
19
Sep 18, 2021
Ngl I think it is quite overpriced.
deject
10
Aug 24, 2021
Would this work with the Focal Elex?
B1gdee05
340
Aug 20, 2021
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MajorNonToxic
4
Aug 20, 2021
Would this cable also work with the Sennheiser 58x Jubilee Headphones too?
danny87
403
Aug 20, 2021
58X, 6XX, HD600 and HD660 all use same connector, so they will work with any of these.
dreamingscorpio
9
Aug 18, 2021
Does anyone know what makes these cables different (and more expensive) than other cables like ZY(https://drop.com/buy/sennheiser-balanced-cable-for-hd6xx) for example?
They're not overly hard to make, a bit time consuming at first, but not terribly complicated. Just don't get too frustrated if the first one turns out as an abomination. :) When soldering the Sennheiser connectors, be careful. It is stupid easy to heat the pins up enough to start melting the plastic housing. I'm normally a SAC305 lead-free solder kinda guy, but for headphone cables I generally use the leaded Cardas quad eutectic silver solder (may not be the best price) because it doesn't require as much heat to flow. I find that doing 4 (or 8) strands braided works rather well. Just put one (or two) strands of wire in four paracord sheaths, and do a flat braid. L+, L-, R+, R- each with their own paracord. You can either buy a boot/pants to split the cable, or just use heatshrink tube. I tend to use the type of heat shrink with glue. Here are some example photos of a cable I made a few years back:
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dreamingscorpio
9
Aug 20, 2021
oh wow, that's a ton of useful information. I feel like now I just have to try it out =)
LazyPedro
3
Aug 18, 2021
What is the length of the cable?
moechino
38
Aug 18, 2021
2 meters for the XLR versions.
uptildawn53
45
Sep 18, 2021
where do you see the length posted, plz ?
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