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the sssnake PFP2050

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Headphone Extension Cable

  • Stereo jack to jack socket (6.3 mm on both sides)
  • Length: 5 m
Available since May 2002
Item number 153216
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Length 5 m
Connector 1 Jack 6,3mm TRS female
Connector 2 Jack 6,3mm TRS male
Straight Cable 1
Input connector Jack 6,3mm TRS female
Output Connector Jack 6,3mm TRS male
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$6.30
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well built good quality
RobC 03.06.2013
Headphone extensions have caused my hours of problems in my studio over the years, cheap cables just aren't worth the money, if they're not cutting out its a loose connection and headphones are taped into the socket, noise or any number of other complaints. It was thoroughly refreshing to find these well priced extensions that actually met criteria. They have handy little latches to stop artists/musicians wandering off and pulling cans out of the socket, they are made well (none have broken as of yet) and best yet, if they do break, you can simply unscrew the end and repair it yourself in seconds, none of this moulded nonsense. The sound is clean and noise free, would and will buy again.
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Very high quality extender
Rhymebeg 19.09.2022
Just don't forget to push the red button on it every time when pulling out the headphones jack. Without this action, you can easily break the screwed 1/8 to 1/4 adaptor.
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I see these everywhere
Lennart Pihl 20.06.2024
Extensions for headphones are a must-have in studio work and some times even on stage. There are many ways to go about solving the playback problem from cheap 3,5mm cables to using mixers next to the artist. My experience has been that these sssnake cables are everywhere and for good reason.

So far I have seen one brake from the female end. I repeat - 1. To put this into perspective - I personally have 5 of these on the wall in daily use right now. In two separate studio/rehearsal spaces we have some on the wall at all times and each band member has their own. I have also installed these permanently in the room, connecting multiple of them to reach from the source to rehearsal space/live room (I know it's frowned upon, but hey - if it works...). I can't be the only one doing it.

They are sturdy, but not pretty. That heavy duty feature comes with a cost. They are a bit bulky, but still fit in your pocket when connected to something like in-ear monitors.

I gave 4 stars because of the bulkiness and for not having longer cable options available. The last point is probably the most annoying part. I know that longer cables tend to pick up interference and what not, but a little noise in your in-ears while a metal band is playing in the same room goes unnoticed. Also this has no effect on the recording as it is just playback, many time just click.

In any case - if you have similar issues just buy more of them. But be warned - they have a tendency to magically disappear. That's the main reason I have to restock from time to time. To all those wandering cables out there - I know you are still alive and well, helping someone with their creative ventures. I hope you and your new owners are happy.
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This is NOT a 3.5mm mini-jack extension
Nebul 23.05.2023
I don't know when people started labelling these 1/4" jacks as 'headphone jacks', but I must have missed the memo. Great cable, but not what I wanted.

You are FAR better to have a mini-jack or 3.5mm jack headphone extension cable, so that it will fit most headphone outputs. You can safely just use an adapter to step-it-up, if you come across a 1/4" socket.

But the opposite is not true - 1/4" to mini-jack step-down adapters can easily break. So this cable is pretty worthless unless you know you will only ever want to plug it into a 1/4" headphone socket.

So personally I would never have labelled this 1/4" jack as a 'headphone extension'. In fact, I don't think I've ever used a pair of headphones that have been fitted with a 1/4" jack.

Anyway, good cable, but ensure it is what you're looking for.
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