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rofflemywaffle
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Dec 7, 2018
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Here's their product website and page: https://www.linsoul.com/product-page/Linsoul-7NOCC-Cable. It doesn't seem like a pure silver core but rather silver-plated. Maybe they confused what OCC and OFC mean? OCC = ohno continuous cast, and OFC = oxygen-free copper. OCC is a method for drawing metals (commonly used with high quality copper) while OFC is a type of copper specifically. I bet they thought one of the C's in OCC stood for copper.
Dec 7, 2018
iCeOL8TRAmnesia
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Dec 10, 2018
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Yes it is extremely shady that they say its 7n OCC Silver Plated its definitely not typed Silver, Gold Plated which would make everything extremely clear and is intentionally misleading. So if its just silver plated copper which would be more in line with this price(except 50 bucks for silver plated copper in this length is is like way higher than other offerings making it a ripoff) then if its just silver plated thats not gold plating either likely its something else yellow but its not gold. Whats even worse is silver and tin would probably be hard to tell apart if your(protip this is a sign of internet seniority dont correct your superiors it just makes you more inferior) just looking at the cross section of wire strands......... I would want to see the ends dipped in a chemical marker to prove its silver because the way its cut can give a better finish and appear shinier.
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Dec 10, 2018
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