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I am attempting to splice a headset mike combo from Logitech. It has 5 strands in one large insulated tube. There are two sets of twisted pairing red-blue and copper-blue, and two solid strands - a red, a blue; these four 'wires' seem to be twisted microfiber of some sort. the fifth is what looks like traditional naked copper and in theory, this one should be able to be merely twisted... how do I achieve this and not go out and spend 40 bucks more due to pets with bad habits? The wire ends in an analog pair of jacks, but then piggyback into a USB plug and play adapter. I am sure this can be done with some patience...

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