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For Sale For Sale: Duelund DCA16 GA , Belden 8402 and some more !

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Have the following for sale
1 Dueland DCA16 GA bare wire. Has around 130-150 hours on it so ,for those who believe , its fully broken in and is 5 feet long.price expected Rs 4500
Dueland 16GAm.jpeg
Its one of the most talked about cables today among those who love stranded tinned copper and the tone given by it. this was 8 feet but then i made 3 feet ICs out of it as well

2. Belden 8402: One of the most value for money shielded ICs available and like the above a Jeff Day favourite. Have used it for 10-20 hours at max so almost new. Bought it new from a forum member and letting go at Rs 4500
Belden 8402n.jpeg

3 Mogami 2495: Another classic. Does not have the extension of the belden above but musically very correct. will recommend it for bookshelf speakers. With me for a year and almost 30 hours on it. Rs 2500
mogami 2549 1m.jpeg . mogami 2549 2.jpeg

4. Tara labs Power cord with plug but no IEC
This is a tara labs prism AC shielded cord with 2 solid core wires per side and air/plastic dielectric. over 6 years old and was using it with a DIY distribution board hence the lack of IEC as I had hardwired it. Had bought it custom and is around 175cm long. used to be USD150 odd..letting go at Rs 3500
Tara labs Prism1m.jpeg Tara labs Prism2.jpeg



Please PM me if interested. will ship any of them free within india at the above prices except Tara labs as it is difficult due to its solid core and does not bend easily !
 

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i have given for 1 its 5ft
Rest are 1m
 
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