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Nordost Blue Heaven Headphone Cables

Nordost Blue Heaven Headphone Cables

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Product Description
For your high-end headphones, you’ll want cables of the highest caliber—and that’s exactly what Nordost strives to provide. Available in two lengths with a variety of connection options, the Blue Heaven cables terminate with a ⅛-inch stereo mini plug and come with a ¼-inch adapter Read More


  • Nordost
  • Insulation: Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene (FEP)
  • Construction: Mechanically tuned lay, Micro Mono-Filament, 7-strand twisted litz design
  • Conductors: 4 x 34 AWG
  • Material: 99.9999% OFC
  • Velocity of propagation: 80%
  • Termination: ⅛ in (3.5 mm) stereo mini connector


  • ¼ in (6.3 mm) stereo phono adapter


Estimated ship date is Apr 16, 2018 PT.

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Unfortunately, you're fundamentally incorrect. Obviously just arguing antagonistically for the sake of enjoyment. I would expect nothing less from a pretentious audiophool who believes they are better than everyone else and dedicates their life to gatekeeping the audio world. I hear about people like you not only in the audiophile world, but the "elites" in other hobbies as well. You didn't critically read my last comment at all. You took it completely at face value and used it only as ammunition to further insult me. Unfortunately for you here as well, I've been on the internet for decades and I won't waste my time on that kind of dead end. If you reply to this comment, I won't reply. I won't even read it. I'll leave you with this. If you had used even an ounce of reading comprehension you would have been able to realize my mention of "1's and 0's" was only part of it. The part to describe that there are differences between the quality of an audio/sound signal, and the quality of the content, the music, that is contained in that signal. Tin ears refers to the content of the signal, not the quality of the signal itself. Only holier than thou audiophile gatekeepers use it the way you did. Enjoy your bitter life, just don't expect us peasants to stand beneath you to prop up your industry. Luckily and thankfully, the new generation of audiophiles understands that there are substantial quality differences between a $100 beginner headphone amp and a really great quality one in the $400-500 range, but the difference between a $500 amp and a $5,000 amp leaves at least $3,000 left over that went to pure snake oil.
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