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

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Dat resistance! and dat pryce doe.. maybe someday I can afford some. They look supreme bro

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Dat resistance! and dat pryce doe.. maybe someday I can afford some. They look supreme bro

yeah the price is kinda high but your not getting just another set of rca's. your getting a set of rca's that have been tested and proven with a guarantee it will do what they claim. they arent absolutely needed but if you really want to play and play hard they will help.

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Wow, definite homo

relax bro i was just kidding. I don't have a policemans Leather cap. I do have the construction worker vest and hard hat though. hahahhahaha

:stfu:

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Wow, definite homo

relax bro i was just kidding. I don't have a policemans Leather cap. I do have the construction worker vest and hard hat though. hahahhahaha

:stfu:

umm... i dont think we all want to see those pics. hoe about just pming him the pics? lol

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Sorry a bit a noob here LOL. Which cable (coax or twisted?) would be recommended with just a basic system of 1 amp (MTX TE801D) and a couple subs running off an alpine deck?

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Seriously though, do you have smaller connectors you could terminate these with? I'm really interested. The set of cables I have now have slightly shorter ends and they make my deck stick out of my dash lol.

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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.

They are double center conductor, stranded not solid. Each channel has it's own copper braided shield

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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.

They are double center conductor, stranded not solid. Each channel has it's own copper braided shield

Thank you for the info sir! That being said flexibility should be on par with a standard set of RCA's which is Muy Bueno!

All the Pros, None of the Resistance!

( you can use that in your add campaign for a small fee! lol)

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maybe you guys should offer a package deal for them. some people will need to but 2+ to run rca's for their front sound stage and sub then their are those that will be strapping amp and running 2 sets of rca' just for the front sound stage.

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we love you :)

no homo

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

Care if I quote that in my signature? lmao. I was dyin over here.

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