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  1. #1 Can the apple mag-safe-cable-standard be applied as an audio-cable-standard?? 
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    I've been wondering about this for some time, since i truly truly hate the jack-cable-standard!! The jack is like this huge penis molestering this innocent fragile vagina... With small portable devices, like smart-phones and mp3-players, this is really a huge problem. I've lost count on how many mini-jack-outputs i've broken over the years. I listen to music on my portable devices a lot. Several hours every day actually. And i like to go running with them, and to do all sorts of sports with music in my ears. When enough time has passed, these fragile outputs will get broken more and more, down to the point where they become outright useless. It starts out with the output becoming a bit loose, and the signal-connection will then fail at times. This can then be remedied by juggling the cable around for a while, but eventually the problem becomes so bad that it's pointless to keep using the device. I know that a lot of my friends are having the same problems. I know tons that have had the jack-outputs on their pc's broken during parties, where the pc's have been used for providing music. Drunken people will then sometimes come and step in cables and stuff like that, this usually with catastrophic consequences.

    All this has got me thinking about whether or not a similar type of cable-structure like the Apple mag-safe-standard could be used for sending audio. Will the magnetic field interfere with the audio-signals or could it actually work?? No matter if it would work or not, it is my opinion that a new standard should be agreed upon in the industry. I'm thinking about trying to make some modified jacks where the male gets fitted with some magnets right at the root of the penis. I would then remove the manhood of my headphones of choice and replace it with magnets, just like the mag-safe-cables...

    Think it would work??


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    Yes could work, but as an adapter which convert current jack into a new magnetized one. This way no one will need to buy new hardware/earphone to have the magnetized connection, instead they could just buy the adapter to upgrade the current connection. This way users will not be forced to pay extra money for the magnetized connection if they don't want too....

    But I think the adapter will be very expensive if Apple has copyright to it... otherwise it would be just like other adapter...


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    Screw that, i'm not about to go commercial with it, i'm too lazy :P However i think i'll design and build one for myself. It's probably gonna cost some, but it's a one-time-only investment...
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