How To: Make and repair audio cables

Make and repair audio cables

In this video series, watch as professional sound engineer Kip Bradford teaches how to make and repair audio cables. Learn the tools needed to repair and make audio cables, learn what kind of solder to use, learn the types of connectors and wires to use, how to solder audio cables, how to remove solder from a solder joint, and how to roll audio cables.

Part 1 of 12 - How to Make and repair audio cables

Make and repair audio cables - Part 2 of 12

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Make and repair audio cables - Part 3 of 12

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Make and repair audio cables - Part 4 of 12

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Make and repair audio cables - Part 5 of 12

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Make and repair audio cables - Part 6 of 12

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Make and repair audio cables - Part 7 of 12

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Make and repair audio cables - Part 8 of 12

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Make and repair audio cables - Part 9 of 12

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Make and repair audio cables - Part 10 of 12

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Make and repair audio cables - Part 11 of 12

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Make and repair audio cables - Part 12 of 12

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I have a microphone cord, one end is an XLR jack that connects to the microphone, the other end is a 1/4 inch connector that plugs in to my amplifier. The 1/4 in connector has fallen apart and I want to repair it but all I have is a 1/4 inch jack cut from an audio cable. Can someone tell me how to solder the 1/4 inch jack to the XLR cable?

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