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Spinstigator Cable

As with certain undergarments, getting your cables in a twist can be a drag. This doesn’t have to happen, however, if you plug in with the Spinstigator ($65-$78 retail), which aims to solve the cord-twisting problem by incorporating a rotary connector in the cable that turns as you move around, thus keeping the cable from getting wound up around your legs and putting unwanted stress on the solder connections. The Spinstigator uses Belden-made 20- gauge cable and features highgrade G&H Showsaver plugs. The rotary connector itself is a smooth turning device that features sealed ball bearings in a black anodized machined aluminum housing. It adds less than one-millionth of an ohm to the cable, is fully shielded to keep RF noise to a minimum, and reportedly can turn millions of times with no degradation in sound quality. CONTACT spinstigator.com
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As with certain undergarments, getting your cables in a twist can be a drag. This doesn’t have to happen, however, if you plug in with the Spinstigator ($65-$78 retail), which aims to solve the cord-twisting problem by incorporating a rotary connector in the cable that turns as you move around, thus keeping the cable from getting wound up around your legs and putting unwanted stress on the solder connections. The Spinstigator uses Belden-made 20- gauge cable and features highgrade G&H Showsaver plugs. The rotary connector itself is a smooth turning device that features sealed ball bearings in a black anodized machined aluminum housing. It adds less than one-millionth of an ohm to the cable, is fully shielded to keep RF noise to a minimum, and reportedly can turn millions of times with no degradation in sound quality.
CONTACT spinstigator.com

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