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Belkin PureAV Mini-Stereo Extension Cable (6 feet)

by BELKIN

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  • Cable extends the connection from your portable audio equipment to the mini-stereo jacks on CD players, MP3 players and more
  • 24k gold-plated connectors and contacts provide maximum conductivity and prevent corrosion
  • Integrated color-coding on connectors ensures easy identification and proper connection
  • Spiral shield produces cleaner sound by reducing EM/RF interference
  • Lifetime warranty

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Belkin PureAV Mini-Stereo Extension Cable (6 feet) + Belkin 6-Feet PureAV Mini-Stereo Audio Cable/AUX Cable + Belkin PureAV Miniplug to RCA Y Audio Cable (7 feet)
Price for all three: $32.97

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: BELKIN
  • Model: AV20602-06
  • Warranty: LIMITED LIFETIME

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 5.2 x 2 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0006N3EVS
  • Item model number: AV20602-06
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 17, 2004

Product Description

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PureAV Blue Series Mini-Stereo Extension Cables from Belkin allow connection of portable audio equipment with mini-stereo jacks, such as CD players, digital audio players, sound cards, headphones, and portable multimedia speakers. Simply plug in one end of this 6-foot cable to your mini-stereo audio cable and the other end to your audio component to allow longer distances between your components. The superior design ensures maximum signal transfer and reduces interference for a natural, more accurate sound.

Product Description

Belkin PureAV Blue Series Mini-Stereo Extension Cable AV20602-06 Cables

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

These cables sound fine, and the build quality is great.
soundman1024
Apparently, bending the wire too frequently close to the connector causes the soft rubber strain relief inside to break.
Craig R. Erhorn
I can't recommend this product, and would give it 0 stars if it were possible.
Gowtham Mahalingam

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 44 people found the following review helpful By R. Beasley on December 24, 2007
I thought I had the perfect extension but I soon learned other wise. To cut to the chase it lasted about a week. The over sized connectors are as heavy as lead and this put extra stress on the cable which detached from the connctors in about a week. There was absolutely no shielding that I could see and the wires were as thin a hair. I consider it be a complete piece of junk.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Gowtham Mahalingam on November 23, 2010
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I can't recommend this product, and would give it 0 stars if it were possible. If you purchase this cable, as I did, you will initially be very happy with your purchase. The cable appears to be very durable, the connectors and cable end housing are very hefty, made from standardized (and what appeared to be replaceable parts) and the cable housing was quite hefty.

I plugged them in, and the sound quality was decent, it is essentially a cheap cable, disguised in thick plastic housing it did not amaze or disappoint with sound transmission.

The cable functioned for about 2 weeks then began to have intermittent transmission issues which were fixed by a bit of wiggling of the cable end housing, and then by the 3rd week the cable completely stopped transmitting signal. As a previous reviewer noted, the culprit was the cable-end/connector housing. It is extremely heavy, and the actual wiring and soldering within are of shoddy quality and were unable to stand up the stress of the unnecessarily heavy housing.

I tried to re-solder the cables, I snipped the cable end, removed the housing, and re-soldered the wires to the connector, this got me another weeks usage out of the cable. However the same problem occurred again as the weight of the housing not only damaged the soldering point, but also weakened the connectors.

You are better off buying an extremely cheap ~1 USD headphone cable, sound quality will be the same (as this belkin cable is just a cheap wire cable wrapped in heavy plastic) but longevity will probably be much better with the cheap cable, and if it breaks you are only down a buck or two.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. C. Johnson on January 8, 2009
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What sets this cable apart from all others I've seen, is its extreme physical flexibility. It arrived with no kinks at all, and can be coiled/uncoiled to as little as 1.5" radius with ease. The first think I do with a new cable is reverse-bend all of the kinks to make it as straight as possible - not with this cable. Grab one end, drop the other, and one could use it as a plumb bob.

Electrical performance is flawless, at least to the extent that my signal generator can test. It is certainly fully capable of excellent audio signal transmission.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. WEGMAN on April 28, 2009
I have the Belkin Y-Adapter connected to my PC's Audio out jack and have one leg connected to my In-Motion speakers (used for the i-Touch) via a short 'generic' cable. The BELKIN PureAV EXTENSION CABLE is connected to the second leg of my Y-Adapter and then routed to my desktop for easy access to the female connector. I like this extension cable for a couple of reasons. A) It is long enough to extend an audio jack onto my desktop. This makes it very easy and convenient to connect ear bud type headphones and the extra slack means I no longer pull the ear buds out when I reach behind me to grab something off my printer. 2) The cable is highly flexible (About 2/3 the diameter of your typical cable TV coaxial cable and has a soft rubberized feel to it. If I am working at my desk with ear buds I can easily move the extension cable out of my way and it 'stays' unlike the cheap thin vinyl insulated cables. It is worth mentioning that the cable isn't 'heavy' but it does add enough 'beef' that you will need to use the shirt/pocket strain relief clip that comes with most good headphones. 3) Lastly, the gold tip connectors at both ends seem to be high quality and the connections fit snugly.

All-in-all, I would purchase another one of these cables if the need arises.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Price on November 22, 2011
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I use this cable as an extender for my computer headphones, which have one of those curly cords, the type that stretch really far but want to pull your headphones off your head while rocking out to your favorite music. So, i got this extender cable.

Pros:
- Sturdy construction, gold plated connectors, thick sturdy cabling probably won't short easily

Cons:
- Loose connector. It doesn't take but the slightest pulling or tug and the male end of my headphone cable slides out of the extender cable. The design shouldn't be so loose; it should snap in and remain firmly connected. This isn't the case, unfortunately. It's a pretty glaring design flaw, that results in the cable constantly coming unplugged.

Overall:
- It's a decent cable, works if it is kept perpetually loose; if the slightest stress is applied, it comes unplugged. I wouldn't purchase it again, but that's just my personal experience. For some it might function perfectly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stephen A. Williams on July 28, 2011
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poor quality - the right audio channel cuts out frequently - i have to jiggle my headphone plug around in the connector to get both channels to play properly. I've tried multiple headphones in this cable, so I'm sure it's the cable & not the headphones. very poor quality for a cable that has been treated gently and used infrequently.
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