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3ft Coiled 3.5mm Male To 3.5mm Male Stereo Audio Cable - White
The 3.5mm (1/8") stereo TRS connector is more commonly known as the Headphone Jack on portable mp3 players and mobile phones. This cable has a gold plated male 3.5mm stereo (TRS) plug on each end and features ultra-slim connector heads.
The cable is coiled, with a minimal length of about 10" and a maximum length about 3 feet. The cable is ideal for connecting a stereo audio output, such as an mp3 player or phone, to a stereo audio input, such as the auxiliary input on a car stereo system.
PROS: Cheap. Short.
PROS: The tight coil on the cable made it a fine way to plug my mobile phone into the aux input for the car stereo - No floppy coil tangling up on the stick shift.
PROS: everything is always good quality and the prices..unbelievably low
PROS: Good quality and small connectors
PROS: Great product, works, solid price.
CONS: It's not pure gold.
PROS: Hi quality construction..
PROS: Quality product
PROS: Thin profile plugs fit my iphone and iPod even with the case on, compact size
CONS: not really 3ft, but as I say below, it actually worked to my benefit.
If you need a cable longer than 6", you need a different cable.
I like modern thin mobile phones and media players, but I don't like the trend of requiring smaller and less robust cable connections to these devices. The monoprice "premium" 3.5mm TRS cables with molded ends are too large to fully insert into most modern devices if they are install in a protective (or battery added) case. It is getting more difficult to locate replacement TRS connectors to repair cables that the ends fail.
Thank goodness for affordable replacement cables from monoprice!
This cable works fine for your iPod tethered to your car stereo (that you keep just above or below) in the dash or in your console bin.
PROS: Slim connectors work great for modern mobile devices that require them.
Takes some abuse pretty well (player falls and the tether keeps it from a hard fall)
CONS: Slim connectors aren't cemented to the cables, so if there is repeated abuse, the cable fails