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V old man on the hill V old man on the hill

«  Everything is something! »

Publié le 04/07/11 à 05:16
I've built several Pedalboard around this connection for many years I used these mini No cables that al pedalboard fixed inside. I heard that the pedals should not be moving to the floor!
Like everyone else j've tested all kinds of different brands of cables and connectors and Neutrik Amphemol obviously still very much above that mark ultra cheap.
But for Jack mono Neutrik angled long proposed a model very bad: the 207 Nys replaced by the very good and I don t Np2rx discovered belatedly amphemol AcpM rn!
But my life changed the day J had a professional soldering iron (Weller) and the little cable tester from Behringer!
The good point of this model is the yellow cable c prices c is on and the possibility or the obligation to resolder the connectors at any time!
It is imperative to strengthen the welds but for the binding of these small treadle pedals merdouille do their jobs and they are physically rather ok.
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