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Philips Cassette Adapter

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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NamePhilips
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions8.8 x 6.5 x 0.7 inches
Item model numberPH2050W
  
Additional Information
ASINB003FWEQDM
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 1, 2006
  
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Product Description

Conveniently fits most cassette decks with a three cord postion. Enjoy your digital music through your home or car stereo. Fits front- and side-loading cassette players. Includes a 3.5mm connector. Plugs into your iPod, MP3, CD, and cassette player.

Customer Reviews

Sound quality is very good, not excellent.
Don
The workaround is to turn the volume down very low on the ipod and turn the car speakers up really loud, and this minimizes the feedback.
T. Holmberg
I plug in my phone to listen to music in the car and the phone is even able to perform other functions using the stereo as its speaker.
Daniel Dinger

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 51 people found the following review helpful By JaredL on May 8, 2012
For some reason my 03 model truck has a tape player in it, so I was forced to buy one of these. At first I was looking at FM transmitters, but they were too expensive. I saw one of these (not Phillips) at a Dollar General for $6 so I picked it up. Once I plugged it in I realized it wouldn't go in all the way with the cover on, because it has an elbow plug and I wasn't about to take the cover on and off every time so I then went to find an adapter that would have a straight plug and it was $5 with this Phillips being $10 and I wasn't impressed with the sound quality of the first so I just bought this Phillips one instead.

I was disappointed to see that the plug was also elbowed since it didn't appear that way on the box, but it did fit even with my Speck case on. The sound quality is pretty good and it was playing my Slacker Radio through all speakers clearly (DG's was only coming through the passenger side), but I did have to turn it up a lot to be loud enough over my truck noise (stock mufflers). It definitely is serving it's purpose and I'm glad I bought it to replace my Dollar General special instead of the adapter I was going to buy.

BTW I'm using this with an iPhone 4s, I know I'm always looking for what device when I read these.

UPDATE: I turned up the volume on my Slacker player on my phone and now I can BLAST music through the speakers of my truck, so make sure the volume on the phone is up.
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52 of 56 people found the following review helpful By G. Black on May 2, 2012
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I have to buy tape adapters about once a year or so because the wires keep shorting out. I just bought this Philips one, and I've never bought a Philips one before. This is so far my favorite one. It seems sturdy and well made. It fits snugly and securely into my iPhone, even with a case on. The cassette end is also very quiet in the tape player. Other brands have always been kind of loud, but this one is pretty quiet so far. The tape has a couple of large, easy open screws on the front so that you can change the position of the wire from the side to the top if you have a front-loading tape player. A very nice feature if you need it. It seems like perhaps finally I can keep a tape adapter a little longer this time.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Alex M on June 2, 2012
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I bought a cassette adapter for my 2003 Infiniti I35 (so if you have a similar car this might be particularly helpful) from Wal Mart and it cost $15. It was so awful that I took it back less than 24 hours later. I then decided to get this one because it was half the price and Phillips was a good brand so I figured that I could trust it. When I first played my iPhone through the adapter, I was so amazed by the sound that I would have easily paid $25 for it.

After a couple of days, I have realized it wasn't quite as amazing as I thought, but it is still good.

The adapter makes NO HUMMING OR BUZZING NOISE AT ALL when it is playing. There is NO FUZZY STATIC SOUND WHEN YOU PLAY THE MUSIC. however, when you turn it up louder, the sound becomes lower in quality much more so than a CD or the radio, but the lack of humming and static remains.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Julian Hillyer on November 11, 2011
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Purchased this item as an mp3 adapter for the car. The sound is great and the product has worked flawlessly for the past 4 months.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Steven Hoober on April 8, 2014
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Cassette adapters are a hack, admit it, but a pretty good one. Sadly, they are mostly treated that way. As something only the poors use since they don't have that high tech CD technology. So, they are very poorly designed, and then even more poorly built.

Not this one. Clever design features like the ability to re-route the cable for the way your tape deck works. And no stupid grooves and clips, but a screw-down plate that keeps it there. In general, very sturdy, and well built. Had one for a couple years now, and it works perfectly still. Sound is as good as anything a car is likely to bother to reproduce, never flutters, wavers, skips, shorts, hisses or anything.

In fact, I still wonder sometimes if it is working when I first put it in as my brain is so used to bad tape decks, and tape adapters, hissing as almost a way to say "I am working."

Cable is the right length, right materials and the plug fits all mobile devices we have tried (I design phone software for a living, so that's a lot of different devices), even some with cases. It'll work with yours too.

If you need one of these, stop looking. This one is what you want.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Akash on September 29, 2012
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I wanted to play my iPOD classic on my car stereo and was cosidering just two options, the other one was FM transmitter. I did research and found that the transmitter might have trouble/interference in different locations due to local FM transmissions and stuff so I decided to go for cassette adapter instead. I further checked various other adapters, which were cheaper, before deciding to go for Phillips adapter. I dont regret a bit though its bit costlier than the others. I get greatttt sound on my car stereo, I listen to it daily on my way to work and back. I can recommend this to anyone without any doubts.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jagir Pipalia on January 30, 2013
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I use it in my Toyota Highlander. The sound quality is good but can't match up with CD. Overall : 9/10 .
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tony on November 10, 2012
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The adapter worked fine until the weather turned cool (below 50F).

It still works once the car interior has thoroughly warmed up, but if it is cold the cassette player will just continually switch between side 1 and side 2.

Keeping the adapter inside the house (so it would be warm when I started the car) does not seem to help, so the problem apparently is that the player is not able to communicate with the adapter until the player itself has warmed up. However the player does handle regular cassettes just fine when it is cold.
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