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December 22, 2008

Finding a White Audio Patch Cable

I'm *really* into music, for equal parts composition and the sound of audio. No joke, music is right at the top of the list of the most influential things in my life (maybe top 5). But that is for another post.

Along those lines, I have had the hardest time finding reasonably priced white audio patch cables. I'm talking about the standard male to male stereo with 1/8" connectors (3.5mm) on each end. Nothing special, you can buy a black version in almost any pharmacy, grocery, electronics, Radio Shack, or computer store.

In white? Forget about it. No such luck if you're trying to get a patch cable that looks nice with your white speakers and music player. OK, so there's one, from a high-end cable maker, that prices them beyond reason (yes, I've bought a few of them).

So seeing CableJive's male to male, 1/8" white audio patch cable at a reasonable price warrants a post.

Posted by mike at December 22, 2008 7:54 AM