Monoprice 105578 10-feet 高级立体声 MALE TO stereo MALE 22 AWG 音频线 – 黑色
- 这款。 5 mm ( 1/8英寸 ) 立体声 TRS 连接器是通常被称为，耳机插孔上的便携式 MP3播放器和手机
- 本电缆具有男性3。 5 mm 立体声 ( TRS ) 插头端与模压连接器外壳和应力消除靴子
- 进入您的音频系统，导体是22 AWG ，每个导线屏障，防止 EMI 或 RFI 干扰
这3 . 5 mm （1/4英寸）立体声 TRS 接口更加俗称为便携式 MP3播放器和手机上的耳机插孔。 本电缆特点 A 3 . 5 mm 立体声 ( TRS ) 插头上每个末端采用模压连接器外壳和缓解压力靴子。 每个接头是镀金，确保光滑 corrosion-free 连接。 每导体的电缆由耐用的同轴电缆。 导体为24 AWG 和每导体为屏障，防止 EMI 和 RFI 干扰进入音频系统。 该线为12 MM X 6 mm 厚，而连接器外壳直径为41 MM 长 x 15 mm 。 因为这些电缆尺寸和重量是*适合更永久连接，如您的 PC 为您的音响系统。 如果您想要更适合便携应用，请尝试一下我们的标准3 . 5 mm 音频电缆。
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Because it's supposed to link two 3.5mm jacks, for crying out loud! The 3.5mm jack was designed for portable consumer devices and accessories, and is usually paired with correspondingly light weight cable. This monster is so heavy, that if you move one of the connected objects around - say a laptop computer or a phone - you can see the connector being bent around to various angles by the weight of the cable. This CAN'T be a good thing for the longevity of the jack.
I would only consider using this for a fixed installation where the cable will not be disturbed (though it's hard to imagine what application that would be), or just possibly if your portable device and the cable are going to be laid out flat on a table and not moved after you start the music; even then I don't like the way the other end is probably hanging out of the jack on the amplifier.
As late Quality guru Joseph Juran said, quality is "suitability for use": this product is a perfect negative illustration of the rule. This is about the highest quality of construction you could possibly imagine for a 3.5mm to 3.5mm jack jumper cable, but it's only of poor quality for its intended function. Now, if you are planning to build a reactor control system using 3.5mm jacks and clamp the cable in place, that's a different story...
I could look past the gargantuan cable thickness if it weren't for the fact that it seems to pick up noise like nobody's business. I suspect that a marginal/failed connection in one of the connectors is causing it to act as an antenna. Swapping with a different cable solves this, so it's not my equipment.
I may try and replace the connectors with 1/4 plugs (certainly more suitable given the sheer size and weight of the cable), and hope that this solves the noise problem.