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Valley Enterprises 1' 3.5mm Male Right Angle to 3.5mm Female Gold Stereo Audio Cable, Nylon Reinforced, Premium Quality Cable


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  • 3.5mm Male Right Angle to 3.5mm Female Stereo Audio Cable
  • Molded Gold Plated Connectors with Strain Relief
  • 3mm (Slim Design) Nylon Reinforced Copper Cables
  • Total Length: 12 inches
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Valley Enterprises (Sold by Valley Enterprises) are the manufacturer of the product pictured and described. When you buy from us, we guarantee that you will receive a genuine product as pictured and described along with USA based support and warranty replacement. We are unable to offer support or warranty replacement for purchases of potentially fake or counterfeit products from other sellers.

3.5mm Male Right Angle to 3.5mm Female Stereo Audio Cable. Length: 12 inches.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004LT1TO2
  • Item model number: S7-B5
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2011
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Customer Reviews

Both ends are too bulky and bounce heavily with every step.
Tim Fries
Upping review to 2-stars because I don't like the company it keeps at 1.
Joshua Barr
In a normal cable-to-cable application it would probably work fine.
D. M. Blevins

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Barr on September 7, 2011
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EDIT: Cary Brown makes a good point. I most likely received a defective cable. I should have returned it rather than throwing it away, and most likely would not have received a defective cable the second time around. The more-positive reviews for this product are definitely encouraging. That said... I still won't buy another one. The cable I received was execrable, truly phenomenally bad. Upping review to 2-stars because I don't like the company it keeps at 1.

Original review for posterity:

I know what you're thinking. $7 for a 1' extension cord? Sounds a little pricey... well at least it's Prime-eligible!

The manufacturers of this fine piece of complex and reasonably-priced audio equipment have really outdone themselves. It's only a foot long, but it can make your audio sound like it's coming from inside a metal bucket at the bottom of a giant hole in the ground. I'm not sure how they managed to pack so much signal attenuation and distortion into such a small space, but I'm impressed. I've gotten better signal through a paperclip o_O

I'm not any kind of super-sensitive audiophile, I just wanted to extend my headphones by just a little bit to make my desk setup more comfortable. But this extension cord is truly just awful, and a complete waste of $7.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bradley Ross Lloyd on November 8, 2012
This item is made in China from "GT Max" company. I bought five of them and found a consistent flaw: the polarity is reversed on the stereo contacts (Tip of male = center post of the female, Center post of male = Tip of female). This isn't a big deal when you're listening to music (it just means that the stereo effect will be reversed in your ears-- if you pay attention to the "Right" and "Left" orientation of your headphones). It isn't a big deal, but speaks to the lack of attention to detail in the manufacturing (wiring) process.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Cary L. Brown on June 30, 2012
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I have a laptop I like to be able to plug into my TV through the use of a non-HDMI interface on the pc. Unfortunately, the AV cable I purchased for this purpose has a stereo audio section which is a bit short to reach, without really stretching the cable, from the left-hand-top corner where the video port is to the lower right-hand corner where the headphone/line-out port is. So, I needed a SHORT extension cable... this is pretty much the exact length I needed.

I also wanted the cable to run backwards from the PC, rather than off to the side, so the right-angle element was a definite "want" item.

Now, I've read two very, very negative reviews of this cable, and I have to admit, I'm sort of stunned by both of them. I'm not saying that they're not "true" from the standpoint of the writers... but they're not very helpful.

The first, exceptionally sarcastic review must be from a rare "defective" part, or must be due to misapplication of the cable. This isn't exactly ROCKET SCIENCE, kids. A stereo plug on either end and a short length of cable, and of course the internal interfaces between cable and connector terminal.

The terminals are, as advertised, gold-plated. So, oxidation and eventual terminal resistance increases should be a non-issue. The conductivity of each individual conductor, in the cable is excellent... my meter shows "zero" as the resistance. And, of course, the sound quality is not in ANY way impacted by the use of this cable, whether using my iHome speakers, my headphones, or the high-end sound system in my home theater.

So, while I suppose it's entirely possible that the first reviewer got a defective item, with bad cable or a bad solder joint inside of one of the two terminal plug subassemblies...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. M. Blevins on July 23, 2012
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The cable appears to be a good quality cable. However, in use, the right angle connector did not fit well into recepticle and, at first, I did not have sound. When I pushed the connector with some force, it seated fully and I had sound. However, this did not last. As the cable moved around I lost sound again. I can't use the cable if I have to keep seating it to make a good connection. I believe the problem may be in the plastic molded boot around the connector. This is also probably unique to my application - connecting to an integrated headset on a motorcycle helmet. In a normal cable-to-cable application it would probably work fine.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Haley on May 15, 2011
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I work at a job where I can listen to my iPod and so I cut a small hole in the cargo pocket of my shorts to run my headphone cable underneath my clothes and up my back. This cable is just long enough to give me the slack I need to reach the iPod and so far as I can tell, it well built enough to withstand the occasional awkward tug and not start shorting out with the dreaded cable crackle. Happy with this purchase.
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By Jay Chan on September 11, 2014
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This is exactly what I need to slightly extend the audio cable a little bit from one side of a netbook to another side of the netbook where I have a VGA-to-HDMI-Convertor-with-Audio device. That VGA-to-HDMI-Convertor-with-Audio device needs to plug into a VGA port and a USB port in one side of the netbook. Unfortunately, the headphone jack is in the opposite side of the netbook. This short audio extension cord is great for working around this problem.
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