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ER 6FT 3.5mm Mini Plug to RCA Hook Computer To Stereo 6 FT
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- Shielded Y-Cables 3.7mm OD
- Fully Molded Nickel-Plated RCA Plugs Color-Coded Red-White to Black
- Low-Loss 95%
- Spiral-Wound Copper Shield
- 99.99% Pure Oxygen-Free Copper Wire
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Now some initial observations.
For those who care about such things, the RCA connectors on the cable I received were black and red, not white and red, so I've posted a photo. I just plugged the red cable connector into the red socket, and the black cable connector into the white socket, and it's good to go.
How long is a 6-foot cable supposed to be? If you measure the one I got from the tip of the stereo plug to the tips of the RCA connectors, it's 6 feet 2.5 inches long; but if you measure just the unmolded section of cord, that's 5 feet 10.5 inches long.
The metal of all the connectors isn't gold plated; instead it's a silver color with a mirror finish. My guess is that it's a bright nickel plating over some base metal. FWIW, the connectors were not magnetic. There's a tan insulator between the center pin and outer sleeve of the RCA connectors that appears to be phenolic. All connectors were molded onto the wires, and included 5/8" of strain relief where the wires enter the connector.
The wire has two separately-insulated parts that are joined and run in parallel except for perhaps the last three inches at the RCA connectors, where the wire is split with each half going to a separate RCA connector. If the RCA connectors were pulled further apart, it seems the twinned wires would easily separate, allowing the RCA connectors to be positioned further apart.
The country of origin isn't indicated on the cable, and there was no individual unit packaging such as thermoformed plastic or a baggie.
I haven't had the product long enough to comment on long-term reliability.
In summary, the cable works, it's cheap, shipping was a bargain, and it arrived promptly. So far, I'm satisfied.
I typically order cables as needed and do not give a second thought to the transaction unless I have a bad experience. However, this is the first cable supplier I have ordered from that generated an email to me specifically asking if I was satisfied with the transaction and if they could do anything to improve their service. I realize that this was email was autogenerated. However, it is nice to see a company today that is actually seeking feedback on their systems and services without being oppressive or offensive. Just a simple email asking if they could have done anything better.
AmaMax is now recorded in my list as a supplier to look for when I have future needs such as this.
I occasionally work with some older stereos that don't feature a port for 3.5mm to 3.5mm connection so this lets me blast music from my phone.
The cable itself doesn't feel flimsy at all like many of the inexpensive cables I've purchased in the past.
I plan to buy another in the near future and would recommend this to someone who needs to adapt 3.5mm to RCA.
Possibly from the tips being made from cheap metals from China makes them short out easily. Aside it fit the overall job needed it for.
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