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Hosa YMM-261 3.5 mm TRS to Dual 3.5 mm TSF Stereo Breakout Cable
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- Designed to split a stereo signal of your audio chain.
- Black and red-coded mini mono phone plugs indicate left and right respectively
- 3.5 mm TRS to Dual 3.5 mm TSF
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Hosa YMM261 Stereo Breakout Cable
- Connectors: 3.5 mm TRS to Dual 3.5 mm TSF
- Black- and red-coded mini mono phone plugs
Hosa YMM261 Stereo Breakout Cable
3.5 mm TRS to Dual 3.5 mm TSF
This cable is designed to split a stereo signal. Black- and red-coded mini mono phone plugs indicate left and right respectively.
Hosa Technology, Inc. is the top choice for premium cables, adaptors, and other audio and video accessories. As the leading supplier of analog and digital connectivity solutions to the musical instrument, broadcast, theater, and professional audio/video industries, our products are manufactured to meet or exceed the demands of today’s professional.
Need to split a signal? The Hosa YMM261 is designed to split a stereo signal of your audio chain. Take control of your sound and put it where you want it. Black and red-coded mini mono phone plugs indicate left and right respectively.
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I wanted to use two microphones with my video camera, and thought this cable would work. The camera has a 3.5mm stereo input, but plugging in a single mic limits me to just the sound from that mic. I have a shotgun mic and a lavaliere mic, and this cable lets me use both. I plug one mic into one of the female ends and the other mic into the other female end, then plug the male connector into the camera's input. That gives me the lavaliere's sound in one channel and the shotgun's sound in the other channel -- this is a technique I use often on one-man shoots where I interview someone. I stand behind the camera where the shotgun mic won't pick me up, so now I use the lavaliere for my own audio and the shotgun for the person I'm interviewing. I use my editing software to combine the two tracks so that it sounds natural. Works good!
I recommend this cable.
My goal was to split left and right audio out to two RIVA S Bluetooth speakers as the RIVA S Bluetooth built-in TrueWireless stereo is problematic for me at times and drops audio to the second spaeker.
Using an Intel NUC as source and streaming 320K Internet radio I now get a nice left/right stereo sound from two RIVA S speakers using the 3.5mm breakout cable.
If there is any bleed left/right or introduced static, it's not audible(to me) in my basic home (for the pleasure of listen) setup.
Happy with the Hosa YMM-261 3.5mm breakout cable that I received for the setup as above.
EDIT: And just like that, one side has failed completely, just after I posted this review - cables plugged in to the left channel slip out on their own. Perhaps I can bend the contact inside, provided I can find a suitable tool, but considering I only plugged/unplugged maybe 6 or 7 times at most, failing this quickly is unacceptable.
Mind you, I'm using a Zoom H2 audio recorder, and the mic power is on, and the MONO MIX is off. But I imagine you could use mono mix on and it just wouldn't be separated. I just wanted to have control over both channels and the pan in post.
Thanks for the great deal and easy use!