Is there a link somewhere to why the Evidence system is better than soldered? I'm very curious because I'm more in the "solder it yourself" camp, but I'm always open to other view points.To each his own. I can solder, and so can all the guitar techs who use solderless plugs on tour.
Tony @ Evidence makes a good argument how his particular solderless plug is better than a soldered connection.
If you have problems with solderless technology, maybe the answer should be, "Learn to make proper solderless terminations."
I did once several years ago, though I can't find the guy's shop online anymore.
No thanks. Learn to solder...it's stupid simple and cheap.
Thanks for that. I looked at that page before, but I somehow missed the full explanation haha.
I do. You can buy the parts at just about any electronics supplier. My local mom and pop shops have them in stock, though I typically buy the barrel connectors online in bulk, and I use the 'zipcord' mogami mic cable. It's a fraction of the cost of the solderless shown above.
We are still working on pricing, that's why for the pre-order it says if the price drops we will honor the lowest price. We are manufacturing these in the US, so unfortunately that drives our costs up, but we'd rather do it here rather than overseas and keep the quality up.I did once several years ago, though I can't find the guy's shop online anymore.
Solderless is fine with me but $6.50 a plug is hard to countenance. I use Evidence SIS/Monorail and to me it really does seem more reliable than soldered but again, the price was a bitter pill to swallow. As far as DC power goes those sort of prices are a straight up dealbreaker for me, and I use Cioks anyway.