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In Reply to: RE: Excellent Instructions... posted by Jonesy on January 27, 2017 at 07:52:06
I have plenty of RCA of various types.
All bought at one sale or another
The only ones I hated were the Eichmann plastic body ones. I found them to be a real PITA, and after just trying to solder one ground I said never again.
Of all the various RCA I have used in home made IC, The Vampire Tiffany are my all time favorites.
I've got a DIY cable using a Vampire BNC at one end. And a female BNC in my CD player digital out. And a Vampire phono grounding post on my preamp.
But that's about it.
I've always liked the Vampire products. Should've stocked up on the RCA's.
I've read many a tale about those bullet plugs. I'd be concerned about their mechanical integrity even if one managed to solder the tiny bit of ground metal.
"I know just enough to get into trouble. But not enough to get out of it."
All of Vampire's Tiffany style rca connectors are still available.
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