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WTB Phono Cable RCA to DIN5


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Price Range: Up to $150
Item Condition: Used

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I currently have a Cardas RCA-to-Din5 cable. It sounds pretty good but hardly state of the art. If you have replaced your really great-sounding cable with a spectacular one, I would love to take your old cable off your hands, or at least borrow it!
Not earning so can't afford to buy new or exotic-priced used. Most of my other interconnects are Anticables level 3.2 or above. 
Turntable is a Once Analog. Arm is an Audio Origami PU7. Cartridge is a JLTi reengineered Grado Opus3 Low Output Moving Iron. Phono Preamp is a JLTi Solid Diamond Mark 5B. Cartridge Loading is currently 5KΩ.
Cheers,
Warren in Sydney.

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9 hours ago, Warren M. said:
Price Range: Up to $150
Item Condition: Used

Extra Info: 
I currently have a Cardas RCA-to-Din5 cable. It sounds pretty good but hardly state of the art. If you have replaced your really great-sounding cable with a spectacular one, I would love to take your old cable off your hands, or at least borrow it!

 

Hey, Warren.  👍

 

Can I suggest you need to try hard to borrow one - before parting with the green?   Sure, there are lots of much more expensive phono cables around ... but I would think that a Cardas one is actually no slouch!  :smile:

 

 

 

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I've realised that the PU7 phono cable is hard-wired through the tonearm, so I won't be experimenting with cables to the tonearm. Thanks everyone. Topic closed.

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47 minutes ago, Warren M. said:

I've realised that the PU7 phono cable is hard-wired through the tonearm, so I won't be experimenting with cables to the tonearm. Thanks everyone. Topic closed.

 

Que??

 

So it's not a 5-pin DIN to RCA cable?  I'm surprised that the PU7 doesn't have a standard DIN plug.  :shocked:

 

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5 minutes ago, Warren M. said:

Actually, now Johnny has changed it to din connector. But the early ones were not.

 

Aah, OK.  👍

 

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