Noble Audio 2-Pin to Lightning & 2.5mm Cables
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Noble Audio 2-Pin to Lightning & 2.5mm Cables

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Multi-Layer Wiring with Stability to Spare

The Noble Audio 2-Pin replacement wire is a solid choice for any 0.78 millimeter-connected IEM, both inside and out. Inside, it employs braided, silver-plated copper wiring that’s optimal for interference-free audio. Noble Audio also added an internal Kevlar sheathing that provides further durability and protection from fraying and interference. Outside, a soft-touch coating offers a stealthy black look and a nice hand feel. In fact, this is the same cable that Noble Audio ships with most of its flagship earphones, so it’s a proven success in many audiophile setups. Choose between a 2.5-millimeter or Lightning termination for use with standard DACs or iPhones.

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  • Noble Audio
  • Coating: Rubber
  • Lining: Kevlar sheathing
  • Cable materials: Silver-plated copper
  • Connector: 0.78 mm 2-pin
  • Termination: 2.5 mm or Lightning 

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Estimated ship date is May 25, 2022 PT.

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Will it fit a sennheiser 58x headphone?
Aug 25, 2021
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MingRose
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no, this is for 2-pin IEMsRead More
Aug 25, 2021
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In case of Lighting cable, Does it support 24bit/96khz?
Aug 26, 2021
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Evshrug
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That’s more of a limitation of the Lightning port specifications, which I think is limited to 24/44 and 24/48. Sounds great though! I use my iPad hooked up to my $2400 DAC/amp and $1500 headphones...Read More
Aug 26, 2021
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Why use this when you can’t use the lightning-to-3.5 apple dongle with its DAC? That DAC is really good so missing that and plugging directly into an iPhone doesn’t make sense. Does this have cable have a DAC built in like the dongle?
Aug 25, 2021
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Evshrug
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Well, the speakers/drivers in headphones or in-ears are analog devices, and a Lightning port is digital only, so yes this would have to have a built in DAC/amplifier. The Apple dongle does have a...Read More
Aug 26, 2021
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