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lgldsr
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Red Dragon Cable

Greetings!

I have ~40/feet of Red Dragon cable. I could use some help on two items. Where can I find the specifications on this Cable...Google is not returning any Hits which leads me to believe that they're out of business (?). Secondly, in that I am unable to locate the Cable and get a price, does anyone know about what this is going for per foot? If I recall, I purchased this circa 1999 and I paid ~$6.00/Foot. But trusting my memory is a dangerous thing as it's not getting any better with age... :-(

The exact nomenclature on the Cable is "Red Dragon Soundlink OFC <113>".

Any help greatly apprecaited.

Thanks!

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Re: Red Dragon Cable

Since it was RED in 99 it's probably been replaced by several other colors over time, each of course having an improved audio aspect. Probably has morphed from Dragon, to Shark, Lizzard,Aligator,turtle,Buzzard, each having it's own special audio insulation properties. Waiting for AQ 84V bias wire next month.....

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Re: Red Dragon Cable

Sorry, but all I can to is confirm that there is no direct information on the net about these (I am a very good surfer).

I think that someone is just going to have to know this information to help you out.

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Re: Red Dragon Cable

oh, and welcome to the group.

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Re: Red Dragon Cable

One idea:

Moon Audio (moonaudio.com) makes a Black, Silver, and Blue Dragon cable...maybe it was from them? Their cables are very nice by the way...I use one with my headphones.

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Re: Red Dragon Cable

Come on...we all know a BLUE Dragon is nothing like a RED Dragon. One really does make it sound better while the other is just not working.

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