Stock & Boutique Orders: Ships in 1-3 business days Custom Orders: 2-3 weeks
WELCOME TO HART AUDIO CABLES
Our goal is to make purchasing aftermarket headphone cables straightforward, fast and affordable by offering a line of interconnects designed to make your headphone cable as versatile as it can be. All of our cables are made in-house in Tyler, Texas.
HOW TO USE OUR SYSTEM
Step 2. Choose a design from our Interconnects collection appropriate to your source (the output of the device sending music to your headphones). Specify which of the three available lengths you'd like: 3", 1 ft, and 4 ft.
Example: I just got my hands on some sweet Fostex T60RP headphones. But I don't have a way to play them using the 2.5mm balanced output of my favorite digital audio player. I'm going to need a new cable for this, and since I'm getting a new cable, I'd like to add several feet in length over the stock Fostex cable I've been using. Following Step 1, it looks like I'll need the HC-2 headphone cable design. And following Step 2, I see that I'll want to pair the HC-2 with a 4 ft, IC-4 (2.5mm 4-pole TRRS Connector) interconnect. I add both to my cart and I'm all set!
What if I get new source gear in the future?
This is the beauty of Hart Audio Cables. All you need is a new interconnect for your new piece of gear. This will pair with your previously purchased headphone cable and you're all set; money saved!
What if I have multiple pieces of source gear?
Check out our Multi-Kits collection of products! You can get an interconnect for almost any output connection thrown your way. And you get a nice discount on your headphone cable with the purchase of a multi-kit!
I can't find what I'm looking for in your listed products.
Check out our custom shop page. We'd be happy to make you what you need in whatever tacky paracord color your heart desires.
As always, if you have questions or need help: email@example.com
Due to supply chain delays, our cables are shipping with the carbon fiber split pictured (right), rather than our normal split (left). As far as the cable performance goes, this change is purely cosmetic. We will be back to using our normal split in a couple weeks!