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These used to be common... What happened?
#630602 06/19/19 10:39 PM
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I've used these for years and my stock is finally getting depleted.

When I searched I couldn't find them at any of my regular distributors.

Does anyone have a source for these?

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Not_sirius #630603 06/19/19 11:01 PM
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Sandman has some solid modular cords on this page...

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Sandman has some solid modular cords on this page...

Sandman


Be sure to scroll down to Critical+ because those iPhone audio cords might not pass any data certification.

Or you can save some $$$ by making them yourself.


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Not_sirius #630610 06/20/19 12:08 AM
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Thank you Grich

I had forgotten about Mike Sandman from back in my 1A2 days.

I'm trying to order from them as we speak.

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I agree!
It IS cheaper to make them yourself but only if your time is free.

From my perspective TIME is the one commodity you cannot buy back so I'd rather pay the $3 than burn up a night making up 30 of them..

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I searched high and low for months to find them with no luck. I finally broke down and bought a few thousand feet of 24/4 JK wire and some good-quality 6P4C plugs. My son and I spent a few nights watching TV and drinking beers while making them. It sucks because there's still a large demand for them, but not at Sandman's prices.


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Professor Shadow #630621 06/20/19 03:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Professor Shadow

Be sure to scroll down to Critical+ because those iPhone audio cords might not pass any data certification...

LOL

Originally Posted by Professor Shadow

Or you can save some $$$ by making them yourself.

That's what I've always done, I don't need them often but I always have one made-up in the toolbag.



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Not_sirius #630632 06/20/19 07:16 PM
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Perhaps I am being elitist but one of my fellow phonies explained the after we left AT&T,

OUR TIME was now a real commodity that was no longer FREE for the wasting like when we worked for the Death Star..

Yes I have made them in the past.and still have the tool & plugs. I don't watch much boob-tube and at $4 a piece I would have to produce at least 1 double ender every 2 min just to break even..

OH..... The other factor is that in my advanced and declining years, time to myself for FUN is worth quadruple time.
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Originally Posted by EV607797
I searched high and low for months to find them with no luck. I finally broke down and bought a few thousand feet of 24/4 JK wire and some good-quality 6P4C plugs. My son and I spent a few nights watching TV and drinking beers while making them. It sucks because there's still a large demand for them, but not at Sandman's prices.


I still have some of the one you made ole man...……….


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