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    damn those cables are pretty sick.
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    They look great.

    But you're a fool to spend that much money on 'em. Unless you're loaded. And if you're loaded, why are you wastingtime picking up cables? Gat an S4, Z2, MF3D, Macbook, Serato, Traktor.........
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    Neat looking but why pay this kind of money for cables that nobody else is going to really see?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeekGod View Post
    Neat looking but why pay this kind of money for cables that nobody else is going to really see?
    These cables are pretty vain.

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    Dont buy 2 sets of $50 RCA cables unless you actually have a reason to. When I say "a reason to" I don't mean "because they look cool" or "they sound better," I mean "I need 2 high quality coax lines, because the idiots I run shit for like to shred monoprice cables and terminals, and it leads to dropouts." You're not paying for the colour or the quality, you're paying for the terminals and the cable shield. If you're running analogue RCA's, you're doing it wrong anyway, and don't need the extra longevity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LXJ View Post
    These cables are pretty vain.
    That's the biggest problem with DJing with them. Your cables will think your songs are about them.
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    The cables got the looks, but what they lack is flexibility.

    It's better to grab more flexible cables, like offered in the shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoodless View Post
    Pay a fucking fortune for some flatter audio cables? no thanks, id rather spend mine on better gear.
    yep

    seems pretty pointless


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    Quote Originally Posted by djproben
    That's the biggest problem with DJing with them. Your cables will think your songs are about them.
    Absolutely brilliant!
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