Custom Interface Cables

Discussion in 'Ham Made Gear' started by W4AIN, Dec 10, 2011.

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  1. W4AIN

    W4AIN Ham Member QRZ Page

    I make custom interface cables for various ham radio usage.

    I use high quality, shielded data cable (not CAT5 cable)

    Cables include, but not limited to:

    Microphone Interface Cables
    Sound Card Interface Cables (SignaLinkâ„¢, RigBlasterâ„¢, etc)
    Equipment Interconnect Cables (Amps, Tuners, etc)

    Generally speaking, if I can obtain the connectors, I can make the interface cable you need.

    All of my cables are 100% money-back guaranteed to perform.

    Reasonably priced and free shipping to USA, Canada, and Puerto Rico.

    You can check out my customer reviews on eHam at www.eham.net

    See my website at www.myhamcables.com

    < Please click here to submit a request for price quote >
     
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  2. N0AZZ

    N0AZZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Phil (W4AIN) just finished a cable for me I was impressed all the way around price 1/2 of the cost locally, quick response to my phone call, quality of work and had it in my shack 2 days later.

    What more could you ask for? When I need something again Phil will be the first place I call.
     
  3. N2ADV

    N2ADV Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Request sent via your link above. Thanks!
     
  4. WH6DQU

    WH6DQU Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    I would like to echo what Fred said above. After placing my order, it was at my qth (hawaii) in 3-4 days. I will be a repeat customer. Thanks again Phil.
     
  5. N2ADV

    N2ADV Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Same here - very fast turn-around and communication!
     
  6. W5RYM

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    Phillip... are you still making cables? I attempted to build a VFO cable for my Kenwood TS-830s's external VFO, but my eyes and fingers no longer have the coordination they formerly did. Kenwood uses DIN connectors for this. I can get the connectors and cable to you. I just need some eyes and fingers that can do this for me. Only ten years ago, I could have easily done this. grrrrrrrrr
     
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