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SMD RCA's Now Available! Single Ended (Coax) and Twisted Pair (Differential Input)

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Goddammit. Y splits too steve?

actually you must be a mind reader. That is next. I will add them to the store when we get them ready. I DEFINITELY want matching Y's.

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3 feet = 91.44 cm

6feet = 182.88 cm

12feet= 365.76 cm

16feet = 487.68 cm

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Any multiple channel RCA's coming out soon?

possibly...but we are focusing on this launch first then we will add more items to the list as time goes on. For sure Y splitters coming soon though.

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we love you :)

no homo

i love you too, but quadruple homo with a policemans leather cap. hahaha

:ehh: lol thats a good mental image. i vote next video you wear one

with a shout out to toadkink, lol

im currently using brand "R" rca's, well i was until i started selling my subs to get money for the next build. i had the same problem with them making noise when going over a bump or a gravel road. if you have any of there higher end rca's i would like to see how they hold up since they where gonna be my next choice.

also would you guys be willing to do a 4 channel rca?

^^ saw the answer to this

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more length pls!

i like 20ft

you can have 20's....just email me it will be a couple bucks more for the extra wire and custom sizing......but we can do it.

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What's the flexibilty like with the coaxial? Being a solid center conductor and foam dielectric? Also, is it single or quad shielded? Thanks in advance for any info.

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Wow super cool, now if only they had ends that would fit between the rear of my deck and my dash. I need RCAs with mega-small connectors or 90s to work with my crammed-full chevy.

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