Dual 1/4 inch TS Male to Dual RCA Male Stereo Speaker Cable
- Corrosion resistance gold plated copper shell connectors making sound signal transmission with minimal signal loss
- Connecting any devices with 6.35mm (1/4 inch) audio ports to RCA enabled devices, including AV Receiver, speaker, amplifier and so on
- Bi-directional, work both from 2RCA to 6.35mm and from 6.35mm to 2RCA
- 2x TS to 2x RCA cable; 6.35mm Male connector on one end and 2 Male RCA connectors on the other end
- Warranty: J&D 1-year limited warranty
Not a bad product. I'm using to connect an electronic drum set to a stereo amplifier for better sound quality then running it through a guitar amp. A little distortion at higher bass levels but that very well could be the speakers. Cable is about the same as an inexpensive guitar cable.
I have built audio systems for many years, and I am constanly amazed at $650.00 USB cables. People pay lavish amounts of money on hype and looks. This cable adapter is not for large electrical loads. It is very good for line-level audio for short distances. It is not high end cable, and it is not shielded. You need to be careful about running lines > 6' especially alongside AC power cords. They were not built for studio level work.I use the cable between a Sch**t Valhalla and a set of powered monitors for a spare workspace. Music is fundamental to creativity, hard work, reflection, and simply rocking out until your teeth bleed. The RCA connectors look well made and when you insert them, there is a positive feel and a tight fit. I do remastering on my digital audio workstation and use much better, shielded cable with 12 AWG conductors. Those require expectations of performance.I always get a laugh out of reviewers that claim they have better sound depth, more power, better conductivity, better noise immunity from a cable that is overpriced x 25. I like to ask how they know this to be factual. Invariably, the response is "it sounds better". The more the cable is, the better it sounds when the cable has very little to do with the actual sound you hear. The message is "buy functional tools for thier performance, not the flashy nylon colours and audio connectors.For general usage, these cables are good. Decent quality with well-fitting RCA connectors and good quality 1/4" TS connectors. The connection points seem solid, which is the number one defect of low-priced cable assemblies. I think they are a good value.
It works great. I recommend it.
I use these cables to connect the output of my Mackie PROFX10V3 mixer to my stereo receiver for Karaoke. Works great and the sound quality is excellent.
Solid, we’ll put together.