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Which would you rather have?

Which would you rather have?  

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  1. 1. Out of the two executions for a headphone cable slit, which would you rather have?

    • Heat shrink, save a little bit
      2
    • Hardware split, cost a little extra
      8

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  • Poll closed on 2019-09-14 at 02:45 AM

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That heat shrink looks ghetto as fuck.


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Hardware seems more durable.  


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I'd go hardware since I'd be afraid of the heatshrink peeling especially when the Y-split is made to be spread often with use.


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I'd prefer the heat shrink. It definitely doesn't look as nice but I'd prefer not having something that will catch when the cable is being pulled. I have a ModMic one my current headphones and the clips are super annoying. My IEMs also have a shirt clip that gets caught on things sometimes and it's quite annoying.


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What exactly is it? Hard to give pricing when all we see is a cord.


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2 hours ago, dizmo said:

What exactly is it? Hard to give pricing when all we see is a cord.

It's a headphone cable. These specific ones where made to use headphones with dual 2.5mm connections.

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Just now, BluJay614 said:

It's a headphone cable. These specific ones where made to use headphones with dual 2.5mm connections.

So this is closer to the source output? In that case I would prefer the hardware split. I thought this would be for a DIY project. For sale I would go hardware split. Shrinkwrap on headphone cables would be a turn-off for most people looking at the product imo.


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I agree with @Froody129, if this is meant for retail no one's going to want to buy the one with the tape, it'll fail a lot quicker, and your product will lose it's appeal due to poor reviews.


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