My MP3 CD player didn't bring a remote control. This player is always going to be inside my backpack as my old Discman used to be. Having so many songs, a remote control is a great idea, so I don't have to get my backpack in front of me, unzip it, press the buttons until I hear the song I want, then zip it again and get it back on my back. This player comes with the connections for a remote control, but I don't know how the remote control on this one works, it only has 4 terminals for like 6 buttons that its original remote control has. So instead of that I was thinking about soldering some cables directly to the buttons on the player and wire them to momentary opened buttons that are going to be in a small box, like the ones used for car's alarms, and this box is going to be in one of my pockets of course! The buttons are those little silver dots that appear on the pic. They all have a common ground and I can take that ground directly from the base of the player, so that's 1 less cable coming from that PCB on the pic. I'll run 5 cables down to the base of the player, Play/Pause, Stop, Next, Previous and Next Album, that's all I want. At the base of the player I'll drill a hole and I'll put a PS/2 socket (5 buttons + common ground) where the remote is going to be plugged. Help Does anybody know any cable with 6 conductors(?) as thin as possible?