The REAN plugs are nickel-plated. 24 AWG Oxygen-Free Copper Conductors are used for Enhanced signal clarity. The OFC Spiral shields have a higher signal to noise ratio. 24 AWG x 2 OFC.
👤The cable is thick and reliable. I have been using mine as a daily driver for about a month. So far, so good, cables get plugged and unplugged on a daily basis.
👤Appears to be working well with cell phone. Will update if something changes.
👤I use these on occasion and I am very satisfied with the products I have used. Good quality and value for money.
👤Hosa's wires are great.
👤Je recherchais, plus de grésillements ds des mauvais contacts.
The bend lifespan is 10000+. The nylon braid and zinc alloy case protect the cable from being scrathed and twisted when it is installed. A coiled tangle resistant cord extends the connection between your headphones or device and an auxiliary port by up to 18 feet. Share the audio from one 3.5mm input device to two 3.5mm output devices. 14INCH STEREO ADAPTER is 6.35mm. The male to 3.5mm stereo female plug allows you to connect to speakers. The audio kit improves the sound quality and length of your headphones or portable audio devices. The audio kit is included. 18 feet. 5mm extension cable for males and females. 5mm to 1/2” Plug, 3.5mm to dual 3.5mm (female and male) Y Adapter.
👤I'm pretty sure GE has been making this coil cable for over 40 years. I have owned this cable many times. I've lost it and misplace it too. I knew what I was getting when I used the GE coiled stereo extension cable. Some reviewers tried to bash it. I don't know why. Maybe there is a link to their own product. I can tell you this. The merger of the Thomson-Houston Electric Company and the Edison Electric Company in 1892 resulted in the birth of GE. Thomas Alva Edison founded the General Electric Light Company in the 19th century to market his products. There is some history here. It is not just a Chinese imitation, it has been delegated to China for mass production, like almost everything else. I used the coil cable kit to hook up my Grace SDAC and 02 Headphone stack amplifier to my Macbook Pro. Gave it a try. Pure bliss! There was no line interference. The separation on my headphones was excellent. They came alive like magic. Through the middles and highs, the bass tone was deep and accurate. This cable does what it is promised for ten bucks. It gives me the freedom to not have to worry about turning around or forgetting to put my headphones on again. No more fear of damaging my audio equipment ports or headphones! No more worries! Being able to connect to my Pioneer Elite VSX-LX503 is the best part. My recently upgraded 55 inch tv is also connected. No matter what the connections are, it all works. We are a strange group. They don't know what "critical listening" means. That is due to the work of "GE', founded in 1878.
👤I got this so I could listen to music while I was working and not have to worry about the length of my headphones plugged into my computer. The total length of the cord makes it sound great. There is no change to the sound quality. It's great for watching movies on my laptop without having to sit a foot or less from the screen, or having to use the audio Jack with my speaker and be concerned that it isn't fully charged.
👤The cable is not more than 18 feet long. The coiled portion of the cable is hard to stretch. The Astro A40 headset does not work with this cable. If you're interested in that, I didn't replace the entire Astro cable with this cable because I would have lost my muting capability. I needed it to be an extension. The Astro A40's are for gaming and have a built in microphone which may be the reason I am hearing an unforgiving amount of feedback when this cable is installed. This is not an extension cable for the Astro A40 headset.
👤It was difficult to find a fit for my earbuds. I don't like the idea of wireless frequencies around my head, so I needed a longer cord than most wired earbuds. I'm very happy with the way this worked. There is an option to split and share with another person. The product is very convenient to use. From 5 stars to 2. It worked well. I've replaced three sets of earbuds with this one. It makes everything sound like it's underwater. It was very needed and really a shame. I never stretched it too far, in fact barely. I needed that extra length. I have to fiddle with it or just go back to using the extension.
The Universal Fit is a step-down design that ensures a snug fit to devices of standard auxiliary ports, like car stereo radio, TV, headphones, earphones, speakers, amplifier, soundbox, laptops, tablets, and more. The audio connection should be extended. There are three syncwires. 5mm audio extension cable is used to extend the audio connection between your devices. Most smartphone cases have a Slim Connector. Plugging and unplugging experience is ensured by step-down design. 24K gold-plated connectors ensure reliability and eliminate signal loss and noise. The best way to transmit sounds from your music player to a speaker is to use copper wires. There is no interference like a wireless connection. There is a note about this. The 3.5mm male to female audio cable does not support a microphone. The audio extension cord has a 15000+ bend lifespan. The gold-plated connection avoids oxidation. The cable can last a long time. Protect your aux devices. The 3.5mm male to female extension cable is a great solution to protect your aux port devices. It's expensive to buy a new device, but it's easy to get a 3. 5mm aux cable. Customer service is fast and friendly.
👤The extension is very well built. I was pleasantly surprised by how nice the extension looks. The code has a nice woven material on the outside of the cord to help it last longer. The gold- plated connections seem to enhance the sound and limit the noise. I was surprised to hear a clean and crisp sound with no interference added by this extension. There is a My kids can connect their music through our car audio to get their concert on from the back seats, because this is permanently in our minivan. Highly recommended. rrh
👤We live in an apartment and the outside noise is bad. My husband plays PC video games in his downtime but can't really relax because of screaming kids downstairs or ear numbing bass music from the parking lot. He wears glasses and has a fat head, so regular headsets are not comfortable. The 3.5mm port is where his earbuds are plugged in, and the sound lag is horrible. I found the cord. He plugs his earbuds into one end, the other end goes into the computer, and he has a clear sound. The cats don't attack the cord, it's on the floor and it's long. It was perfect all around. Highly recommended for wives who have been through a lot.
👤I've been using this for a week now. The cable is small and lightweight. The cable is braided nylon and doesn't twist. This isn't a problem, but it makes for a unique cable. When you apply twisting forces to it, it will coil. It's not feasible to store it folded on itself like most cables, but it is resistant to crushing, bending, tearing, and so on. I'm very pleased with it, and it's great for my headphones. It's also very thin.
👤The 3 ft extension cable is sturdy. The nylon wrapped material looks expensive and is not able to bend or knot easily, like a lot of the other syncwire cables. It doesn't move, but it's not stuck, so you don't have to pull very hard. Good quality.
👤Looks great! If you're into that, you'll be extremely thin. Will not twist into a knot or curl up by itself, both of which are big pluses. I have only used it a few times, so I don't know if it will hold up. There is a The four foot cable is long enough for me, but not for you. When it arrived, I was disappointed with the quality of the cable. It looks like it was a good value. Has not let me down. It is a bonus because it is on sale.
👤I bought a cable extension for my headphones so I don't disturb others while I watch TV. I needed to purchase another one after the one I had destroyed was destroyed. The new one didn't work right. The sound kept going on and off because the female was too loose. I am annoyed that I have to spend time and effort to get the item back, even though Amazon will reimburse me. I would rather spend 12 dollars and have a working cable than 6 dollars and have to return it. The previous cable was cheap and lasted about 10 years. I wouldn't. Purchase from the manufacturer of my dud cable. Beware.
The Headphone Extender is Female to Male. Heavy duty molded parts.
👤I bought two of the cables based on the reviews. I own several Hosa cables that seem to wear out after a few months. I'm using them with a pair of headphones. The first pair by Pig Hog worked well for about 6 months before the sound stopped on the one side. The first pair that I bought didn't work out. The female connection is very loose. I tried the headphones by themselves and also with an extension that worked well, so it's not a problem. I've grown tired of spending $10 and$15 for new cables that only last a few months. I'm going to buy a pair from Grado. It costs a bit but it will last a long time and have a good connection.
👤The female end is loose. I use it with my headphones. When I'm done, I hang them up with the headphone cable. The male plug from the headphones falls out of the female end of the extension cable. This is an annoyance to have to deal with. The access is restricted because it's a molded plug. I peered into the plug and saw the two blades that connected with the ring and tip, as I wrote this review. The tip of the male plug is narrow. I bent the blades. I was proud to insert and remove the male plug a few times to show my appreciation for the job I'd done. They don't seem to have the spring in them that they need for this use.
👤The cable and male plug are ok. There is a The female TRS jack is not very useful. All I could do was try to get the plugs to wiggle. Doesn't make firm connections. A crackling noise is created. There is a A lot of nope and never again. It's likely that you can work with a jack replaced with a Neutrik. There is a Lesson learned.
👤Initially, I didn't see that it was only a quarter inch on both ends. It was needed for watching a quiet TV in the living room. I was using other cables while sitting. There is a premium audio cable. The one that gave up the ghost was only working on one side. Miserable. The cable is working great after being slapped on the plug. Heavy duty cable. I would have liked the Zeskit to be more flexible. This one is bendable.
👤I had to have a long stretch from the Snake Hub to the PA System for Live vocals without any signal loss, hiss or feedback. We get loud and the singer has to be heard, so I need a reliable signal source from the studio all the way through to my headphones when I am laying down Drum Tracks. This was the first product I tried out. I was impressed. This cord doesn't produce signal loss, there's no feedback, and it's pure musical sound. Since this purchase, I have purchased many other Pig Hog products. They have exceeded my expectations. They are built to last, solid, and thus far standing the test of time.
Rugged contacts made of nickel-plated are used for signal transfer. Enhanced signal clarity can be achieved with Oxygen-free Copper conductors. The Spiral Shield is used for effective EMI and RFI rejection. It's possible to extend hard-wired headphones and a mini stereo phone jack. Stereo mini 3.5mm female to Stereo mini 1/2 inch male.
👤I've had this product for a couple of years and it's time to give a review. I don't like giving reviews on stuff until I use it. A couple of years. I've been using this product for a while and it's been a problem from the beginning. You can plug in your headphones and home stereo at the same time, and you can walk around a little. If I don't move the cord, the right side will cut out, so I have to move around until the right side comes back.
👤Hosa cable can be hit and miss. If you need the cable right away for a time sensitive project, Hosa and Amazon are behind the products sold, so you can purchase without fear. There is a Out of the 10 cables purchased from Amazon and other sources, only one is still working. I have had 2 cables that were broken and one that was completely faulty. I was able to get a replacement quickly. They have held up well, been abused, rolled up, unrolled, and even stepped on. They hold up well in use.
👤We used to use the Hosa headphones all the time. It was time to buy more after a few years. Our musicians were complaining about their ears cutting in and out after just a few uses of the stage after buying a bunch of them. We wiggled the end of the cables after a few used and they would cut in and out. Over the past few years, quality has gone downhill. Look into a new brand.
👤What does sheerness mean when it comes to an audio extension cord? Sheesh! They're ok. The internal tip connection loosens too quickly and the jack is fragile. The second one I bought was DOA. I cut open the jack, adjusted the tip contact, resoldered the connections and sealed it with a Silicon sealant. If you have the skills, it can be repaired. If you want a better cord set, spend more.
👤I bought 5 of these to use at church for our Aviom units, which can be used with in- ear monitors. One of the cables stopped working after a few days of use. It has to be twisted and contorted in a way that works for it to work. The cable just stopped working and was not handled poorly. Very disappointing. I hope this won't happen to the others. If you have the time and skill, you can solder the jacks and connection points on your own.
👤Good quality for money; no problems. It's not as easy to find such cables. The phone jacks that used to be universally used for headphones are no longer supported by most manufacturers. I used this to extend the reach of the stock cable on my headphones which come with a 3.5mm plug. I use the Hosa cable to plug the headphones into the jacks on my players and amplifier.
👤I have to carefully plug in the 3.5mm connection in order to get this to work. The connection will be lost. The sound quality is horrible if the 3.5mm is plugged in. Why doesn't anyone make a decent one?
The aux extension lead with 3.5mm male to female is needed to extend your headphones or aux cables. The metal sleeve that protects the solder points offers incredible robustness and breakage resistance, with end-to-end shielding and gold-plated connectors delivering crisp signal quality. Thanks to the ultra-flexible, ultra-durable PVC jacket, you can benefit from maximum storage and travel convenience. 36 months manufacturer warranty. It's perfect for headphones with 2- or 3-pole jack plugs.
👤I only owned this cable for a day. This is what I think. I needed an extension cable to go from my computer to my bed so I could use my computer there. I don't like to disturb other people with my entertainment. I use headphones. There is a I wanted to buy a cable that was long enough and cheap. I was ready to buy a long cable for about $4 shipped after a quick search on Amazon. I had second thoughts after that. Most headphones don't last a long time, so I was prepared to accept a cable that didn't last long. I didn't want a cable that didn't work out of the box or had serious flaws. There is a 3.5mm plugs are not all created equal and you can end up with a plug that won't hold up when you move. Plug your headphones in and the first time you move, the plug will pop out, or you'll get noise from the sloppy connection. There is a I didn't want to spend a lot of money on a cable that would take days to get here and then not serve the basic function I intended it to. I don't want to return things I bought. Things that don't cost a lot. It's a hassle. I found this after reading a lot of reviews about headphones. I've never heard of this company, but they had a lot of positive reviews and the cable looks good in the photos. I've had every headphone cable break down. It seems like it will take about 3 years. The conductors inside will break when the get stiff near the stress points. You should never buy a set of headphones that don't have a cable because you can't easily replace it. I don't care how much you spent. The cable will probably break down eventually. It's just the nature of them. There is a My goals here were as follows... 1. To not pay too much for a cable that will likely break down in a couple of years. 2. To get good quality for the money. 3. To not buy something that didn't work for me. There is a The cable met all of the goals. The quality is very good for the price when I took it out of the package. I looked at the jacket to see how flexible it was and how solid the connections were. A thin cable with a stiff jacket is one of the main hallmarks of a poorly made cable. The jacket is very nice and supple, and the cable seems thicker than most inexpensive cables. This cable is 25 feet long, so it doesn't tangle as easily as you would think. It's never a bad thing. After checking it out, I knew that it would have a snug, secure fit and that's what happened. The sound quality? I'm not a fan of music. The sound quality using the headphones was the same as mine. I can't hear anything that shouldn't be there. This is good enough to be used for other purposes. I mostly watch videos on Youtube so that I don't have to go to places where subtle differences might be noticed. There is a I'm satisfied. SALVAGEDATA I did not have any with this product. If this cable costs twice what it does, I wouldn't be able to say anything bad about it, other than I wish it didn't cost so much. I don't think I could have found anything better for this price. I didn't try. I've paid $30 for basic cables at places like Best Buy before. I'll be happy if this cable lasts 3 years. If it breaks, I will probably buy another one. The fact that it will eventually is not a con at this price.
The REAN plugs are nickel-plated. 24 AWG Oxygen-Free Copper Conductors are used for Enhanced signal clarity. The OFC Spiral shields have a higher signal to noise ratio. REAN is in the same place as the TRS. 24 AWG x 2 OFC.
👤The Hosa HXSS-10 can be used as a headphone amplifier. The cable is made with good signal conductance and shielding. The nickel plated REAN connections are strong and secure. I haven't noticed a drop in signal volume or quality. The old saying that you get what you pay for is still true. The HXSS cable beats the tar out of the $10 extension cable. I paid a few extra bucks for a good one. My ears appreciate it. It is recommended.
👤This is an extension to my headphones. The cable is well built and works. The extension cable is a little thicker than the original cable that I use and it opens up when I put it on my headset holder. This cable is a good one.
👤I got two of these as replacements for an earlier cable that lasted less than a year. The previous ones were stiff and didn't like being rolled up for storage. These are well constructed and soft.
👤This cable allows me to sit 18 feet away from the stereo at my desk. The sound is perfect on my Grado prestige 325e headphones and it is extra heavy duty. The best I could hope for.
👤It seems to make a good connection and there is no noise or dropouts so far. Have not treated it harshly. It seems to work well for home use. The materials seem decent and the construction looks good. If I had to fix something, I would.
👤The extension cable is very well designed. Very strong. I highly recommend it.
👤I've had to repair inferior headphones that wore out with mild use and were "one piece" construction, but could not be repaired without tearing them apart. Quality materials are used to build this, which is why it solved all of the problems. The best on the market.
👤I can't say that the sound quality of this cable is better than any other, but the experience of plugging it in makes me smile every time I do it. The plugs are heavy and well made. An outstanding extension cable is typical of other Hosa products.
👤I use wired headphones to listen to music. There is a The connection is secure. I would recommend this brand.
👤I would say to just get it. I've used Rean for decades, but the last one isn't connecting well. It's a mystery that the soldering looks perfect. I'll give you an update on customer service.
👤There is nothing to dislike about this cable. You get what you pay for. There was no loss in audio quality. I would buy it again. Highly recommended.
👤I expected great product quality.
1 x 15 Feet........ Package include: 1 x 15 Feet...... The 8 feet (2.4 meters) 1/2 to 3.5mm adapter cable is designed to extend the reach of hard-wired headphones with a stereo jack phone plug. It can be used as a stereo extension cable which will give you at least 8 feet of extra space between your devices. The Universal The headphones extension cable will let you hear music clearly. The DuKabel TopSeries is able to convert 3.5mm to 6.35mm jack and present an audio transmission with no noise. It has a female and a male stereo end that connect most headphones, Home Audio, Amplifiers, Guitar, Piano, Home Theater Devices, or Mixing Console. 24K gold-plated contacts translate to clean sound quality and seamless transmission. Premium metal is good at canceling out noise and keeping reception consistent. The double shielding that runs through the entire length of the cable cuts out irrelevant noise. The most durable headphone accessory. The OFC core was wrapped with a highly elastic and durable PVC material and braided with a layer of crystal-nylon material. Three strands of the fishnet-like material are woven together to make sure they are protected from damage to pets. They offer a 12-month warranty and a 30-day money back guarantee, so they are confident in their product. If you need a premium and durable stereo cable, this cable is something you should consider. Hesitating? They are happy to help you contact their friendly customer service.
👤I use the short 1-foot version of the male to female cable so that I don't have to pull the jacks out of my small headphones. When large headphone jacks are inserted, the headphones are lightweight and move around on the table. There is a The cable fits the bill. The cable has a strong braid on the outside. The female jack on this cable gives a nice click when you put the headphone jack into it. The ends of the cable have a metal jacket on them. The only modification I would like to see is for better rubber stress relief where the cable enters the metal. This cable is a good value and perfect.
👤I'm not sure if my cord got through the quality control, but the product is awful. The cord is not protected, or the wiring is poor, because all you can hear is distorted audio. I used to compare the two cheap headphones that I had to make sure they weren't my audio interface or something. The other headphones provided clear accurate sound. The cable housing has a few small issues, which would be fine if the cable were a softer nylon, but since the shell is a harder plastic feeling material, sliding the cable through your hand doesn't feel good. There is a Overall disappointing. I wanted to have one cable to extend my headphones. These would have been a great way to avoid using another cable, but not a good quality product.
👤Quality sound is something that I stickler for. I don't care what brand it is, how much it costs, or how it looks; I just want the best sound quality possible in my ears. I thought the Behringer P-16's were terrible when I bought them for the church. The mix always felt thin and congested, like the whole band was playing in a 10'x10' cardboard box. The P-16 is not a great sounding in- ear mixer, but this cable made me like it more. People may say that nobody can hear the difference between two cables, but they are wrong. Buy one and A/B it against anything else. The difference is obvious. The first time I swapped the DuKabel with what we were using, my jaw dropped open. The low end came to life and at the same time all of the congestion in the lower-mids cleared up. It felt like the soundstage doubled in size. As the soundstage increases, vocals and guitars lose some of their presence because they dominate the mids. That wasn't the case here. It was easier to get separation between the guitars and the vocals because they were more present. There was more air on the top end. There is a I know I sound crazy, but it wasn't just me. Everyone in the band noticed a marked improvement and were saying things like, "My mix is so good this week!" I like what you did. The cable was the only thing that had not changed. I've gone through a lot of other cables because they tend to break easily and often, but the signal loss is far less with any other cable I've tried. We use these multiple times a week and they take a fair amount of abuse, but not one cable has had an issue so far. I used to replace an extender every two weeks before we had these. There is a I've seen other builds but the DuKabel Top Series is the best I've seen yet. They should come in black. I would love to see a jacket that is made of PVC. It's not worth complaining about. These things are built to last.
The cable is designed to extend the reach of headphones. It can also be used as a stereo extension cable. Rugged contacts made of nickel-plated are used for signal transfer. Oxygen-Free Copper conductors are used for enhanced signal clarity. The OFC spiral shield is used for RFI rejection. The connection is between the 1/2 in TRS and the 1/3 in the TRS. 10' is the length.
👤If you don't move, it's ok to sit at a digital piano and listen to calm tunes. It made a lot of noise when I used it to extend the headphones for a singing practice. I didn't notice until recently. I also have other cables from this brand and it seems they all have the same issue. The sound level of one of my monitors jumped up and down when I heard the smaller male connection of one mono TRS. When the JBL rumbled, the connector moved. The M cable brand is reliable. Not recommended.
👤I've been using Hosa cables for 35 years. I still use 35-year-old Hosa cables. They were always a budget option. The job was always done reliably. There is a The female end of this cable is TOTAL GARBAGE. Very unreliable connections. I tried to get through the day with a small screwdriver, but it didn't work. The metal fingers are made of soft metal and there is no spring in sight. Hosa, are you kidding me? There is a Even if your cable is working, I give it 20 plug/unplug cycles. When you plug something in it will cause your fingers to bend until the connection is flaky. Worthless! I no longer trust Hosa because of this. Very disappointed. Cheap is one thing, but this cable doesn't do its job.
👤I've been buying and using HOSA products for 30 years. I have never had a failure with Live Sound reinforcement. The exception is this cable. The female part of the cable was loose upon receipt. I tried with various headphones and they all made noise. This is not what I had expected, but it is the new normal. Sorry HOSA, but you may have lost a lot of customers. Immediate return of item.
👤I didn't read the other dozen reviews because this is a well-known brand. Do they test the things before they let them go? The female connecter seems to be a little wider than the standard one, you can feel the male connecter loosen. The effect is an intermittent drop with some static in one of the channels. Not cool.
👤I bought 4 of these for my project. Two of the cables stopped working and one of them did not work for a day. The problem was where the input was. The connection did not work with new headphones. I would have spent more on cables if I knew they would be useless after a few uses.
👤I've tried two of these and only one side works. The second one was intermittent and only worked for an hour. It's so weird. I don't recommend purchasing this brand. I paid for something that never worked, and I am still upset that I did that. It's not a lot of money, but it's not nice. Seek a different supplier.
👤It's hard to use this cable because of bad connections. It's not a good value if the cable doesn't function correctly, even though we're asking a lot for it. I might have got a bad one. Every time I use this cable, I have to fiddle with the connection. Or I let one side of the signal go. If you spend a little more, you can get something that works.
It's perfect for headphones with 2- or 3-pole jack plugs. The 3.5mm audio extension cable is perfect for protecting the audio jack of your devices. The laptop or computer interface can be broken due to excessive plugging and unplugging. The right angle design of the headphone extension cord allows you to connect to tight spaces and hard to reach areas where a normal straight connection is unavailable. It's easy to get a better experience when playing games. The material has a 10000+ bend lifespan. The braided jacket and inner wire make the headphones extension cable soft and durable. The 3.5mm jack devices fit perfectly with the ultra slim gold- plated connector of this headphone extension cable. It's easy to connect with your phone or tablets. This aux extension cable can be used with iPod, iPhone, iPad, Kindle Fire tablets,Samsung GALAXY smartphones and tablets, Microsoft Surface tablets, and mp3 players.
👤The cables look nice, small, and flexible. I plugged the male end into the female one. A little tight, but seems fine. When I tried to unhook them, the outer shell of the female end slid off exposing the wiring inside the connector. I plugged the male end into the female one. Same problem. The female jacket fell off. I haven't plugged them in yet, but they may still work. The build quality is very poor. These cables fall apart on their first use. There is an update. CableCreation was kind enough to send me a replacement pair. One of the two that were sent had the same problem as I did. The product is still problematic and I have bumped up the star because I appreciate the effort CableCreation made.
👤I bought 2 pairs that didn't work out. Sometimes the sound from the left or right external speakers would drop out, sometimes both left and right external speakers would do the same, and sometimes from the onboard computer speakers. The alert "Just plugged in an audio device" would flash repeatedly after I plugged in any one of the cables. I know how to diagnose component problems because I worked for 5 years as a refrigerator/air conditioner service tech. When I stopped using your cables, all the sound problems stopped. I bought another cable from another company and it works great. I don't care about money back. I threw the cables away. Your cables are the worst product I have ever purchased. I will not buy from your company again. If you want to stay in business, you need to get someone to fix your quality control. I have experience with it and it stinks! Quality control is important, and have a better day. Cheers! You are a mate!
👤There is an update. Be careful, buyer. The seller left a bogus link when I contacted them. How is one supposed to contact them for warranty if they don't have any contact information? The lifetime warranty is good until 30. The design seemed well made. It's like the 90 degree plug. The first one only lasted 45 days. We'll see how long the second one lasts. It's not a good deal at all.
👤I've had this cable for a while now, and I'm going to replace it soon. It had an issue with sound quality from the beginning. I use this cable to connect studio headphones to my audio interface, but you have to have the right cable to get a clear sound. If you move the cable in a way that makes the audio quieter, the audio will switch to one ear or something. I've tried multiple pairs of headphones, and it's definitely the cable, as none of the headphones have a problem when plugging in directly to the interface. The cable is long, that's one positive. I needed something to be able to wrap behind my computer without getting in the way, so I purchased that. The length is great, but I wouldn't recommend it.
The connection is between the 1/2 in TRS and the 1/3 in the TRS. 10' is the length. It's designed to extend the reach of hard-wired headphones with a stereo phone plug, for connecting guitar, and headphones with standard The heavy duty gold-plated metal 20 AWG 4N Oxygen Free Copper with shielding provides high fidelity sound quality and maximum conductivity. It's a great choice for people who love music. The outer diameter of the cable is not more than 0.2 inches, it is made from environment-friendly material, and is heavy duty. This cable is easy to coil at the end of your gig, despite multiple layers of shielding and insulation put in place for maximum noise isolation. It has a re-usable strap to keep it organized when not in use.
👤The product arrived as described. The only thing left on the headphones is on the other side of the jack. It would be perfect for speakers, but not to connect two headsets. We purchased to listen in on our son's lessons and it would have been better if we had true stereo splitter. The quality of the product and sound is excellent.
👤Anyone with a tattoo or who wants a longer clip cord will get an extra 6 foot of length. They're the standard size for power supplies. They were used in critical power supplies.
👤The cable is very well made. The signal is as good when the cable is not attached as it is when the headphones are used. I have several more that I need to replace the outdated coiled headphones.
👤I use this cable to extend my headphones. It seems to work well with no degradation of the sound quality.
👤The male and female connections are strong. The cable is well manufactured and feels robust, but I can't tell you anything about the internal wiring. The sound level and clarity are the same as 6m cables. There is no noise when the cable is flexed.
👤Occasionally sound cuts out when I jiggle the connection with my headphones, but that's my only quibble.
👤Simple and cheap. Sometimes a clicking noise can be heard when you listen to audio that makes you think there is a clicking in your recording. It is annoying that a second listen clears up the misunderstanding. There is a Good for the price. That's right.
👤The microphone we use for the scouts is perfect length. The speakers will be able to walk around with the 6ft cord that comes with the giant speaker.
👤It's a perfect cable for my home studio. If I need another one, I will buy again.
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