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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
This iPhone made cord will work with ANY standard 3.5mm jack. This means not only will it work with your iPhone, but will also with your Touch, Nano, Classic and what not. This means this cord will work with any of the current audio devices you have that have a standard 3.5mm jack. The only difference between the input jack on the iPhone and any other MP3 player is that the iPhone jack is deeper, more recessed in than normal. Cord is well constructed and very sturdy. I use it in my Camry and the sound is excellent.
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45 of 52 people found the following review helpful
There is no need to get the Belkin iPhone audio adapter if you get this cable - it is already iPhone ready. I have a car that has an audio input jack for .mp3 players, including iPod. With this cable, I have no problem and need no adapter to hear the music on my iPhone, and when I get an incoming call, the music dims to silence and I can answer via my bluetooth headset or just pick up the phone.

While it might make sense for home stereo use, who needs 6 feet of this cable for use in your car? There is so much extra cable, it's silly. I have a 'panic bar' above the glove box, so I have wound the extra length of cable here... to keep it from hanging low where a passenger could accidentally yank it w/ their foot, potentially damaging the audio jack, cable or the iPhone itself.

I suppose the length of cable is supposed to make you feel better for having spent this much on a cable. The ends are nice quality and pretty sturdy and the thick cable is nicely insulated, less likely to have interference from crimping.

My less than perfect rating is that there should be an option for shorter lengths - or at least it should come with a winding system.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on January 26, 2011
The case I got for my iPhone makes it difficult to connect a standard cord. The Apple-supplied earbuds work great, and even the crummy headset I use at the gym, but most extension cables just don't make the connection when the phone is in the case.

The connector on this cable is shaped right, and connects without a problem. The six-foot length is more than I need in the car, but a couple of twist ties solved that problem. Sound quality is great, durability is great, and mechanical feel is fine.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on September 23, 2007
Needed a cable to use in my car's AUX jack for the Iphone. Of course, the AUX cable for an IPOD does not work for the iphone. My only complaint is I wish it were black - otherwise it seems just too long at 6 ft but it does what it i supposed to do.....
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on October 4, 2007
If one owns an iPhone and want to use it as an iPod in an automobile with an AUX input, the only other choice is to attempt to lengthen the tip of a "standard" cable by removing some of the plastic which mates the cable to the male tip. I elected not to do this, and paid for a cable that fits. Why one has to do either (cut or buy) is beyond the scope of this review. The real alternative is to use an iPod that accepts the standard mini-stereo cable...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on November 16, 2009
There are certain things you look for, when u think to buy an aux cable.
- Length : More than enough, reaches the backseat, comfortably.
- Flexible: Not a hard cover, i.e the wire bends easily and is flexible.
- No degradation in sound quality. It all depends on ur speakers and of course the deck.
- Price: the cheapest one with optimal length, neither too long, nor too short. I actually researched a lot, Frys, bestbuy, etc.
- Does not even require a converter for IPhone 2G. So if u have an iphone 2G or other device with recessed neck, u save on the converter as well.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 6, 2007
I have no idea why they think you need 6 ft of cord for use in your car. he extra 5ft of cord gets in the way and causes a tangled mess unless you tie it up like I did. Otherwise it works great with the iphone.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on January 19, 2012
All I wanted was a 3.5 mm cord that fit my iphone 4s without having to take the bumper cover off. This fits perfectly. Will probably buy a few more.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 16, 2009
The genius that designed my car decided to put the Aux input for the car stereo behind the center console/armrest, accessible from the back seat only. I guess I should consider myself lucky that the rest of the controls are accessible from the driver seat. That said, the length of this cable is perfect. What makes this cable great is that the opening in the Speck Candy Shell case for the headphone jack is rather tight and this cable fits in perfectly. It's the raised metal lip on the cable that makes the difference. I could not get the cheaper Radio Shack cable, which does not have the raised metal lip, through the Candy Shell case. This cable should work with the tightest of cases with the smallest of holes.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 8, 2011
After 3 weeks of continuous use

After doing some research on stereo cables that could fit my iPhone, I decided to buy this product to use it my vehicle. I have a protective cover on my iPhone and this cable sits clean and crisp in the slot. No issues plugging in or pulling out the cable from the device. So far has exhibited a great sound performance. Like others mentioned, the length of it is a little long but hasn't bothered me. Will definitely recommend this product.
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