I bought what I thought was a half decent 3.5 right angle to right angle cable by Ugreen. Right after I took it out I could see the wire was very this and the plugs were not well made.
I see the witchdoctor uses Mogami cables, but I couldn't find a 3 foot right angle to right angle. are there any other brands that are well made and last?
Mogami is full of wobble, in the bass. audiodek, same crap, this link will take you to the only teflon foam dialectic for peanuts. I spent hundreds on cheap IC's for a thread i did here
hands down, these folks made the best low cost 3.5 to double male RCA there is "Velocity Line"
all OFC .......BUT warm and time coherent wires, for peanuts, and they answer the dam phone, they sent me 2 RCA digital coax by accident, I called they said keep them, warned me not to use them for audio cause they sound bad, which they do for audio, and sent pair 3 ft stranded RCA ended FREE for you $20.00 i think delivered, ha ha I run them to a $1000.00 switching amp with cardas power cord on it. extremely low listening fatigue wonderful sibilants, look forward
PS beyond 3 ft, the sound goes down hill with velocity line, wave curser around screen, then move towards tab at top of screen, a discount will pop up. https://search.cablestogo.com/?category_1=&keyword=right+angled+3.5+