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Whats the most durable 3.5mm cord?

by B-ry_Juarez / March 7, 2013 5:45 AM PST

I own a Sony Pulse Elite headset and it uses a 3.5mm cord for non-wireless listening. The cord that came with it messed up so I bought one from Wal-Mart. That one messed up within 2 weeks. I bought a new one from Radio Shack which messed up the next day after purchase. My warranty got me a new one but guess what happened two weeks later? Now I want to know what brand makes the most durable 3.5mm cord.

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