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    I’m also a big fan of the Eichmann plugs having half a dozen or so. Yes they are tight but that’s a good thing and actually is the main reason for me using them, they don’t work loose like some other RCA plugs I’ve used. As for SQ I am unable to comment as I can’t tell the difference.
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    Though it's not a sale thread, hope mods don't mind mentioning I'm open to offers for either Eichmann or KLE ones. Cheers.
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    I don’t understand - you want to buy some, or are you selling them?
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    I’ve tried Eichmann, WBT and loads of others - For me the KLE are the best. The earlier comment about them being difficult to remove doesn’t reflect my experience at all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    I have some Eichmann bullets on 0.5m of Nordost Red Dawn. I hate the Eichmann's, really dislike the feel when connecting and disconnecting them. Hard to get on and off.

    Very rare I actually use it. I should sell it. But with a pitch like that?
    How much would you be looking for Justin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    I don’t understand - you want to buy some, or are you selling them?
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    I’ve tried Eichmann, WBT and loads of others - For me the KLE are the best. The earlier comment about them being difficult to remove doesn’t reflect my experience at all!
    +1 on this.

    I am not against using using Eichmann bullet plugs though.

    Pictured is my latest build for a fella on the forum. A tonearm cable made from the same ingredients as the Spotfire cables I make.

    The only down side is strain relief. The KLE have a nice little rubber reducer inside which makes sense and also gives a nice finish. I've had to rely on adhesive heat shrink to provide some strength.

    As NOS bullet plugs are ridiculously expensive, I try and buy old cables with them on, take the plugs off and deoxit the contacts, give them a very gentle wipe over and reuse them. Cheaper than buying new in most cases.

    Cable not finished yet BTW lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    ........., I try and buy old cables with them on, take the plugs off and deoxit the contacts, give them a very gentle wipe over and reuse them. Cheaper than buying new in most cases.
    LOL I do it the other way round: if I see some cable that are fitted with 'bullet plugs' that interests me, I buy it, cut the plugs off and throw them away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    LOL I do it the other way round: if I see some cable that are fitted with 'bullet plugs' that interests me, I buy it, cut the plugs off and throw them away.
    Well stop it Barry!!!, give me a shout if you have a bin full of Eichmann bullet plugs!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebottle View Post
    How much would you be looking for Justin?
    I don't know TBH. Anubisgrau PM'd before you posted this.

    I will take a pic and list them as for sale here so everyone can see what they are really getting.

    I'll do it this weekend.
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