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86 of 93 people found the following review helpful
on October 20, 2009
I needed an extension because my headphones were too short to fit into my speakers. I looked at a lot of other extension reviews, and the main flaws of most of the extensions were that the wires would break or the sound quality would be greatly diminished afterwords. The majority of the reviews for this extension seemed positive so I decided to get it. This extension is great, you can walk around your room, or walk on the treadmill with increased mobility without a reduction in sound quality or loudness.
I haven't had a it long enough to know how long it might last before it may break down. So far I've had it for about a month plus a week, and there are no cracks in the wire, or any change in the quality, and I use it for hours at a time. Compared to other extension products I've seen this is a good buy for it's price and it's functionality.
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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful
on August 11, 2008
I purchased this extension cord to listen to music from my PC at work. When I opened the package I discovered that the end that plugs into the PC was bent and the receiving end that the headphones plug into was slightly too large for a 3.5 mm input. The result was that my headphones kept disconnecting from the extension cord whenever I moved. Reading other reviews, this seems to be a common flaw in this product. Shipping back to the seller makes a more expensive purchase than buying the other extension cord available at Amazon. Save yourself time and money, buy the Maxell.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
on March 7, 2012
I read enough negative reviews on this that I should have known better than to buy it--I guess I got what I deserved. The male fitting is so loose that I couldn't get a good connection unless I held it in a certain position and even then it didn't work very well. The cable is also very thick and not very flexible. I contacted the company about a refund, but I didn't get anywhere with them. It wasn't worth the battle for $2 bucks, so I gave up and threw it away.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
on March 22, 2011
These cables have some serious problems. I bought four, and they all reverse the left and right channels. How is that even possible if they're mass produced? For people who care about the stereo image using headphones, that's not acceptable. You can always reverse your headphones or ear buds, but you shouldn't have to.

One of them also has intermittent sound in one channel if you move the cable around.

So they are not great cables. I get the impression that these are the ones that failed quality control at the factory so they're unloading them at cost.
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50 of 58 people found the following review helpful
on May 20, 2010
I bought this cable to replace the extension on my Shure earbuds. I would not reccommend it. The cable is much more rigid than the one that came with my earbuds, which causes it to work its way into loops instead of just laying flat. It is really annoying. The connectors also don't appear to be very good quality. I constantly get static in my earbuds if the plug twists around in the earphone socket of my Zune.
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44 of 51 people found the following review helpful
on July 21, 2010
This worked fine until one channel started shorting out after one month's normal use. Not a durable product.
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful
on September 17, 2009
Here's an honest reveiw:

Really like the length and look of the extender, only problem is that after the
second day I used it, the right channel wouldn't work for any speakers or head phones that I'd use it with (even with cleaning and adjusting position of jack).

Fortunately I went rumaging through my old audio equipment and found my old extender which is only half as long and doesn't have as appealing of a look, but it does work after 4 YEARS of use (same cost range too).

Only 2 days of working compared to 4 years of working makes me give this product
the lowest possible review rating.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on August 10, 2013
The cable gives a weird mutated sound when plugged in, I suppose I should have it expected it not to work considering the price though.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on April 20, 2008
The only reason i bought these cables were because of the price. I got these at exactly the same time i got my new headphones (Sennheiser HD-555) and when using these, there is a slightly noticable drop volume. If you are just looking for an extension and don't care too much about sound quality, these are great for the price, but if you want to keep the sound as clear as possible, invest in some higher quality cables
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
I purchased this item a few days more than a month ago, and I am already having problems with it. The left and right channels are going in and out, interrupting the flow of the music. You may be wondering whether I mistreated it, and that's a fair question. I will just say that the cord that came with my Shure SE110 earphones lasted for about a year and nine months, and I treated it with the same care that I treated the cord from Cables To Go. The product is junk. It sounded fine when I first got it, but I am giving it 1 star, because of its poor durability. Don't waste your money.
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