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About nylon braided cables?

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Zilly

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My headphones set uses (according to https://www.headphoneworld.com/p/Skullcandy_Agent_White-Chrome_Headphones.htm) nylon braided cables. Not knowing this, and assuming... I dont actually know what, a moment of madness, I cut the cable and and attempted to wire it to another cut wire of a similar sort. Needless to say, my attempt failed.

I was wondering whether the cable can be fixed, or would it be cheaper/easier to just buy a new set?

I'd be glad for a pointer in the right direction...
~an ignorant teenager
 

Nigel Goodwin

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My headphones set uses (according to Skullcandy Agent White-Chrome Headphones – HeadphoneWorld.com - Products) nylon braided cables. Not knowing this, and assuming... I dont actually know what, a moment of madness, I cut the cable and and attempted to wire it to another cut wire of a similar sort. Needless to say, my attempt failed.

I was wondering whether the cable can be fixed, or would it be cheaper/easier to just buy a new set?

I'd be glad for a pointer in the right direction...
~an ignorant teenager

Buy news ones - very often such cables are extra flexible, and you can't solder them.
 
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