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  1. Hi. My name is Ben. I like walks on the beach, I several childs, and my posts get individually assessed and approved by moderator here on this SNA. Please consider me for win.
  2. Further information: These: https://addictedtoaudio.com.au/products/sony-mdr-z7m2-high-resolution-headphones Come with the headphone, two cables, original box. Pad and general condition is mint. Postage included in price. Paypal fee if applicable paid by buyer.
  3. Limited wifi time in this holding cell, but these are now gone.
  4. Thread has been moved to pay it forward corner apparently. Indicating that a sale price of $1 is the same as Free. I'll test this theory next time at 7-11, by pocketing a small $1 candy bar and walking out the door.
  5. I'm devastated and angered that you dare post in my thread.
  6. Want me to pay for someone to take these off my hands?
  7. Further information: These: https://addictedtoaudio.com.au/products/sony-mdr-z7m2-high-resolution-headphones Come with the headphone, two cables, original box. Pad and general condition is mint. Postage included in price. Paypal fee if applicable paid by buyer.
  8. Further information: Bill's Basic XLR cables. Measured distance is about 1.45m. Pair with red ring on one. Uses Neutrik XLR 3 Pin Connectors (Male to Female) and Canare L-2T2S. One cable sometimes cuts in and out if moved. Anyone competent soldering should be able to fix. Buyer pays postage and any Paypal fee if applicable.
  9. Yep. You'd have to know exactly how the chassis grounding of the inputs/outputs is handled. My active speakers have XLR input pin 1 tied to the RCA input ground, with the power cable into the speaker just 2 pin. My preamp has jumpers on the inside PCB that change how the XLR ground is handled, either to mains/chassis ground, or to signal ground. It's too messy and complicated and inconsistent to put a "do it this way" on it.
  10. Nah, not for my headphones. Made for someone. I have the Eidolic extended barrel ones here still I'll eventually put onto the same cable, but with a right angled 1/4" jack.
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