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    Default Need help building quality Jumpers for Tyler Acoustics

    I'm seriously considering making my own professional quality Jumpers to connect my Linbrook monitors to the bass modules (see pic). I'd like to use my 7' run of DH Labs Q-10 speaker cable. I'll need four 10" jumpers w/2 banana plugs coming out of both ends. The speakers are wired using DH labs so I want to keep it the same.

    I've never done this before and have no clue how to do it, plus I don't have a soldering iron, solder, the rubber sleeves, speacial wire cutters, nothin' - except a desire to save some coin. Plus it could be fun to make my own.

    Would somebody be willing to help me do this by informing me of all the supplies and tools I'd need then to explain how to do it? :)

    Thanks
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    You can try Homegrown Audio, or Parts Express:

    http://www.homegrownaudio.com

    http://www.parts-express.com/home.cfm

    Either one of these places should have the resources to help you out. You don't have to spend a boat load of $$$, but just make sure that if you do get a soldering iron, get a good one->$25.00 @ Radio shack.
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    I decided to move forward with this w/out all the extras. I'm going in bare wire and w/out the cool heat shrink stuff. They turned out nice. I'll add some nice nannanas later on.
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    This guy might be able to make up a custom pair for you:

    http://www.moon-audio.com/Speaker%20Cable.htm (scroll down to DH Lab jumpers)

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