Hey folks, I'm in the process of doing a project that is sometimes exposed to the elements and have hit a bit of a snag in terms of thinking up the best means to protect an RCA audio cable join from water. So there'll be two male > female RCA audio joins as per cables like this :- https://showmecables-static.scdn3.s...emale-extension-cable-6-foot-23-143-006-1.jpg It's easy enough to protect the join from the elements by wrapping in electrical tape or whatever, but the joins will be required to be unplugged / replugged on a regular basis. For that reason I've been trying to find some sort of plastic cover / jacket designed to slide over the join where the connections meet, shielding from any chance of water getting in. Have looked high and low but can't find anything... I'm not very creative beyond what's mass manufactured / sold at the retail level so if someone any ideas on a simple way to keep the connections protected i'd really appreciate your input. Cheers.