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This simple Instructable will show you how to create a 3.5mm stereo patch cable with a retro flare, from a USB cable, a shoelace and a few stereo plug...
For this project, any type of USB cable will do. A standard USB cable has four wires inside; two to carry data, and two to carry electricity. A stereo...
Once you've go the USB cable laces through your shoelace, and the internal wires stripped, now it's helpful to tin the tips of the wires. This is tech...
It's important to remember to thread all the parts for the plug onto the cable before you attach the plug, as obviously once the plug is attached, it'...
I'm not going to go into great detail about the process of attaching the plug, but here area few basics: A stereo plug has three terminals which you ...
This step is optional, but will greatly increase the strength an durability of your plugs. After you've tested the cable and are sure it's working pro...
If you soldered your wires right, you should now have a stylish and sturdy 3.5mm stereo patch cable! Enjoy;-)
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Posted:Apr 15, 2012
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