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    Default Good place for cables & stuff

    I usually get my stuff off of Amazon, like phono leads, midi cables, 1/4" jacks etc, but wondering if there ismyabe somewhere better..

    I want them fairy cheap, but not so cheap that they're just terrible quality. Maybe Amazon is fine, I don't know. I just want to pick up a few 1/4" jack to 1/4" jack cables, 1 a couple MIDI cables, and some adapters and stuff, you know the bits.

    Can anyone recommend an affordable place to order them online at in the UK?

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    Try DJTT or Monoprice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bc6 View Post
    Try DJTT or Monoprice.
    Lol.

    1. I said not expensive (not saying DJTT are expensive as such, but not cheap)

    2. I said UK...


    But thanks lol
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    Learn to solder?

    It will benefit other parts of keeping up your rig.

    In the past, I've just bent over and got them at a local store. I'll probably solder my own from here on out. Unfortunately, my patch bay is all done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superfreak View Post
    Lol.

    1. I said not expensive (not saying DJTT are expensive as such, but not cheap)

    2. I said UK...


    But thanks lol

    No problem, you know if you buy cheap stuff you get cheap quality.......just saying.
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    alibaba.com buy in bulk and solder. note: you may have extra lol

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    that right.. alibaba.com is really good for buying the products.quality is good and cost is low.
    Second is Cyberguys .. Another online place to buy computer parts cheap, they are cheaper than NewEgg on some items (typically low priced generic items like cables and mice, especially in bulk), but they cost more on larger, more expensive products (routers, video cards, etc). thanks for the advice. try these..

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    Was going to say monoprice. Cheap (on most items) and prett good quality.
    If it's too expensive to ship, I'd keep an eye on their promotions. They usually post decent discounts.
    I usually wait until I have a big order and order in bulk from them.

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