RiteAV 6 Feet 3.5mm Male to Stereo RCA Male Cable
RiteAV 6 Feet 3.5mm Male to Stereo RCA Male Cable
Manufacturer : RiteAV
Amazon Price : $5.85
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Avg. Customer Rating:4 of 5.0
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Product Description
Easily connect any device with a standard 3.5mm earphone jack to a stereo or receiver that has stereo RCA (red and white) ports.
Product Details
  • Size: 6 Feet
  • Brand: RiteAV
  • Model: 115620
  • Product Features
  • Stereo 3.5mm to stereo RCA Y Cable connector
  • Features 3.5mm, nickel-plated connectors
  • Connects your Computer sound card to a mini stereo
  • Use on portable music players with a headphone jack
  • 6 Feet in length
  • Customer Reviews

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    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    3Really, what do you expect?
    By Lathi255
    It took a while, but I finally got around to trying this out, and it worked OK for the most part. Materials and construction seem to be pretty standard for cabling in this price range. The bits felt a little cheap, but seemed durable enough for most uses. And at around six feet, you won't be wiring things up from across the room, but it should be long enough for most applications. The sound quality was decent, though neither of the devices I used was exactly a high-precision instrument and I'm not an audio fanatic, so your mileage may vary.

    My biggest (and, really, only) complaint is that the wiring is a bit loose at the junction with the 3.5mm connector, and cut out if the cable was moved just so. Normally, that would be a bigger detriment, but since it's an RCA adapter, once the devices are connected, there's usually not much reason to be moving them. So the defect doesn't come into play that much. And at these prices, that it worked at all and didn't start a fire already puts it well ahead.

    So I guess, basically, what I'm saying I wouldn't rely on these if your job depended on it. But if you just want to run your mp3 player or phone output into the TV or something, you might as well pick one of these up. With sales tax and gas money, it's a better deal than driving out to the dollar store.

    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    5A wire for sound needs only a wire for sound.
    By Canis Majoris
    This is the third time I have bought a cable on Amazon, from multiple suppliers, that was less than a couple bucks (HDMI, DVI). Everytime I have gotten exactly what I expected: A cable that is not as heavy and insulated as the name brand ones but worked exactly as the more expensive cables. After I read a review that said "All that is going across these wires is a signal, nothing else", it made sense to me that I should not invest the money in a thicker, heavier cable.

    This set is no different. I hooked this up to my iPod, ran it to a 6 year old stereo system (it had an Audio Video In), and for about two bucks I turned a previously useless, very nice stereo system, into a iPod dock that is better than systems ranging in upwards of 600$.

    I turned it up as loud as it would go, and I had no distortion. The signal being delivered is analog. Why pay more for the type of delivery, when the end is always going to be the same?

    If you are considering this, look no further. This is exactly what you want.

    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    5CABLE male 3.5 mm plug to dual stereo phono plugs
    By Stubborn
    This inexpensive AUDIO cable is your basic six foot long 3.5 mm Stereo plug to Stereo phono plug cable. I am using it to connect the subwoofer output of an ASUS P8Z68-V/Gen 3 motherboard on a PC to the dual RCA phono inputs on a KLH Bassbox V subwoofer. There are probably a hundred other different uses for this cable, but this cable allowed me to easily connect a subwoofer to a PC. Plug the RCS cable into the SW out (3.5 mm) on the PC and the red RCA phono plug to the right channel and the white RCA phono plug to the left channel. Since this is a powered subwoofer, I think only just 1 channel is needed, so I am not sure why the dual phono plug inputs are provided. I suspect that the separate right and left subwoofer inputs simply provides extra shielding for a clearer signal.

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