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Logitech Z5500 3.5mm cable upgrade?


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Mitesh

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I have a Creative X-Fi Extreme Music and the Z5500's (Logitech 5.1). At the moment they are running off the supplied 3.5mm jacks.

1) Are these standard cables just combined into 1 cable?
2) Is it worth upgrading the cables with 3 seperate 3.5mm cables such as screened, gold plated and oxygen free ones? If so what ones would you reccommend (Budget is £30 not including delivery).
3)How can 3.5mm jacks be cleaned? I tried isoproply alcohol - no joy.
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BUMP!! Someone please reply thank you
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BUMP!!!!! It has been a very long time can someone please reply
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Can someone please reply to this thread? I do believe I have waited long enough>??? Thanks in advance.
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Hi, i also have the z5500's. I would recommend ditching the analog cables with that great sound card you have, and get an optical cable. The difference is very nice.
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