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Monster iCable 800 MP3 Player to Auxiliary Input Cord (3 Feet)

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  • Dual Balanced conductors deliver more natural audio reproduction
  • DoubleHelix construction cut electromagnetic interference
  • 24K gold contacts for optimal signal transfer and corrosion resistance
  • Dual Balanced Conductors - Deliver more natural audio.
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Product Information

Size: 3 feet
Technical Details
Brand NameMonster
Item Weight2.9 ounces
Product Dimensions2.1 x 5 x 8.1 inches
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Item model numberAI800MINI3
Operating SystemN/A
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002AR5XIK
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 5, 2009
  
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Technical Details

Size: 3 feet
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Product Description

Size: 3 feet

From the Manufacturer


Music on the Road

Traveling with music is a great way to make a long trip go by quick, but radio stations do not always play your favorites. Taking along CDs allows you to play what you want, but fumbling through discs while you drive is not safe, and carrying a larrge number of discs can be awkward. Carrying personal media devices such as an iPod is a great way to take your music with you, but these devices are meant for a single user with headphones, how will your friends hear what is being played?
iCar 800 wire
Driving Tunes for Everyone

Many of today's automobiles have an aux input on the front of the stock audio system, these can also be found on many aftermarket systems as well. Utilizing this connection to play your favorite music from your iPod, iPhone, Android phone, or MP3 player is a great way to listen to your music.

The iCable 800 is specifically designed to take advantage of the convenient 1/8" jack on your car's audio system. Unlike cassette or FM adaptors which can induce noise, the direct connection of the iCable 800 provides the best sound quality for all of your music.

To enhance your enjoyment, the iCable 800 features XLN (Extra Low Noise) construction, outside RF and EM noise combined with a solid connection ensure the best sound and experience possible.. your music will sound crisp and clear...

Convenient Operation

With a thin design the iCable 800 provides hassle-free connection and will not interfere with your driving as bulky cables designed for home systems do. Connection from your iPod or other MP3 players is quick, easy, and hassle-free.

So go ahead, get in, start'er up, crack up the tunes, and crusie on down the road....

Product Description

Listen to iPod, iPhone and More on Your Car Stereo Many of today's car audio systems have a convenient 1/8 inch minijack audio input for easy hookup of any iPod, iPhone or other portable media player. Unlike wireless transmitters and cassette tape adapters, the iCable 800 for Car gives your media player a direct wired connection to your car's audio system so it can deliver your music with full fidelity that's free of static and FM interference.General Information--Product Line--iCable::General Information--Product Name--iCable AI 800 MINI-3 Audio Cable::Miscellaneous--Compatibility--Apple: iPod iPhone iPad::Technical Information--Device Supported--iPod, iPhone, iPad::

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Customer Reviews

This one stopped working after only 6 month of minimal use.
peat48
Monster is one of the best names for audio cables and this cable was well worth the money.
Anthony Del Monaco
The cable connects perfectly to the AUX plug of the car and with my phone or ipod.
Joel V. Villanueva

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By M. DeMeo on February 28, 2010
Size Name: 3 feet Verified Purchase
I just bought a new Subaru with an auxiliary port, so I wanted to get a cable. This works perfectly and the Ipod sounds great on the stereo! The length of the cord is perfect - my port is in my console between the front seats, so I store it right there.
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66 of 75 people found the following review helpful By J. Francis on June 1, 2011
Size Name: 3 feet
These cords that connect your iPod to the 1/8" jack common in many cars today are proving to be notoriously faulty. I'm not particularly hard of anything, these cords included, and they stay continuously plugged in to my car's jack. So it isn't as if it's constantly being plugged in and unplugged.

After going through several cheap cords, I decided to purchase the Monster version for nearly four times the price of the cheap ones thinking it would hold up better. However, after a few months of use it has developed the exact same issue as the cheap cords. It begins cutting out one channel of the audio, leaving you with sound coming out of either right or left side of the car only. The cords will limp along for a few weeks with some jiggling, but eventually permanently fail to carry audio to both channels. Currently I'm searching for my receipt so I can request a replacement directly from Monster.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By George J. Abdallah on March 10, 2010
Size Name: 3 feet Verified Purchase
I originally tried the "Griffin" Aux cable that sells for $15 at AT&T retail locations and was not satisfied so I figured I'd try these given the low price on Amazon.

There is a night and day difference in quality. This is the best quality that I've found in terms of not having a factory installed iPhone/iPod adapter.

There isn't too much else to say. Definitely a solid purchase after being skeptical from the previous cable I tried.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Terra M. Johnson on April 25, 2011
Size Name: 3 feet Verified Purchase
The cord worked great for about 5 months, now it cuts out constantly. I have to wiggle the cord around and squeeze here and there and move it around to get it to work. It's got a short in it somewhere. I take very good care of everything I own. It stayed in my car at all times. When it wasn't in use I stowed it away in a small compartment in my car. Never stepped on or damaged by me personally, just didn't last. Big dissapointment.
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37 of 48 people found the following review helpful By D.B. Spalding on February 19, 2010
Size Name: 3 feet
3.5mm audio patch cables are quite common, easy to find, and most importantly -- cheaper. Shop around. Don't buy into Monster's marketing nonsense about their "highest quality" cables. If you must go with Monster, find the one with rough tough connectors, and find it cheap.

BUT ONE IMPORTANT NOTE....

Monster's Mr. Gibbins' claim that this is the "best possible sound" is inaccurate. The best sound quality you can get from an iPod specifically, is a DOCK CONNECTOR to 3.5mm cable, like this Cables To Go iPod-Compatible 3.5mm to Dock Connector Audio Cable. Cables like this utilize the un-amplified, pure LINE-OUT audio from the iPod and lets your stereo do the sound control and amplification. (Your model may vary, but iPods' Sound Check and EQ settings are in effect for line-out audio, so it's best to disable those when you play it on other than straight headphones.)

If you don't have a charger/audio combination, look for integrated solutions, like SendStation's SmartCharge w/PowerCord or similar (look for products which use the docking connector, and feature an "audio out" jack). In the case of these products, they may NOT come with the 3.5mm audio patch cable, in which ... consider a high quality audio patch cable like this. (If this sounds like a contradiction, remember that you're connecting cleaner sounding line-out audio that comes through the docking port, NOT through the Headphone jack.)
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36 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Jon on December 10, 2009
Size Name: 3 feet Verified Purchase
I like to hook up my iPod to whatever vehicle I'm driving when I'm at work, and twice I tried the more convenient retractable MP3 audio input cable, I think the brand might have been Belkin or Realtec or one of the big brands that make iPod accessorys. However, both times the hardware falls short- within weeks of use, it was necessary to twist the cable around because it was losing contact, and within months it just quit.
This Monster cable is solid and well built. I don't forsee any of the same problems that I had with the more cheaply-made retractable cables. Monster makes quality products that are built to last- I still use Monster cables from my first surround sound system at home that I purchased in 2000.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. Massey on November 27, 2010
Size Name: 3 feet Verified Purchase
I had two other cables that wouldn't quite fit into the hole in my iPhone 4 case. I searched and searched for a cable with a design that would work and one that wasn't 6 feet long. This was perfect. The connector is designed to work with a case and the length (3 feet) is perfect. I may have paid a little more for this one, but it is worth every penny.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Vincent Brown on July 13, 2010
Size Name: 3 feet Verified Purchase
Cable seems to be very durable and probably wont short out like some of the cheaper cables. However whenever the cable is moved there is popping, crackling and other distortion noises. Even small movements like whenever I make a turn or brake makes these popping noises. I might have just gotten a defective unit, who knows, but for $14 for a 3 ft. cable I expected much more. You can probably find a equally durable cable for cheaper and don't have so much distortion, it is only a 3.5mm aux cable after all; hard to justify the $14 price tag.
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