• Connects a 3.5mm Stereo Audio port to a RCA Stereo Audio cable • Nickel plated contacts • Shielded to help reduce interference
(1) 3.5mm Stereo Male
(1) RCA Stereo Audio Female
Our audio y-adapter cable splits an audio signal or adapts from one connection to another to meet your application needs. This cost-effective cable is quality-made to deliver crisp, clear sound for less. Brass/nickel-plated plugs connect to 26 AWG spiral-wrapped copper-shielded wire. The dual conductor is shielded to protect against EMI/RFI interference. The connectors are fully molded to provide excellent strain relief for durable use.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Durgun from Very useful adapterI bought this with another cable, just in case I needed to use my older cables with this adapter. The other cable I purchased did the job, and I'm keeping this as a spare. It was what I expected to get. The price was VERY reasonable. I will definitely purchase from here again.
Date published: 2011-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by a random guy from Did its job.1. - I use this to create Audio R & L outputs from my laptop. 2. -I bought an adapter to run a Video output from my laptop. 3. - I bought 25ft S-Video Cable wires to connect to old T.V. I bought #1 & #3 (above) from this site, I bought #2 from the makers of my laptop. It all works great for NETFLIX on my old TV
Date published: 2011-02-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by FXMan from Basic but good quality adaptorThis was purchased to carry presentation audio from a laptop to a PA. In conjunction with a standard RCA patch cable it performs the desired function with no complaints.
Date published: 2010-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stone from Adapter from 3.5 male to 2 Female RCAVery high quality. Made very well. Works Great. I use it to hookup between my XBox to my headset and to a speaker system (I switch back and forth)between the two of them. I would highly reconmend this item to anybody.
Date published: 2011-11-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by Andrew the Walker from Simple product that works as it should!A great way to get your PC/Laptop to play audio through your Television set. Just pair it up with some normal RCA cables and use this cable to plug into the headphone jack of your laptop, and boom. You can now pair this with a S-Video cable and watch all your favorite stuff from your PC on your TV.
Date published: 2009-06-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by Tim from Not gold-platedThe picture and description don't match. The product is not gold-plated -- if that matters to you.
Date published: 2009-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by NitroNoel from Add sound to your TV!Since the economic times are tough and I had to cancel my satellite tv, I discovered I can watch many programs on my computer, albeit a day late. With this little adapter, I can send the sound that would normally go to my cheesy little computer speakers to my cheesy tv speakers via plugging in an rca cable from the adapter to my tv. Just add an s-video cable from the computer to the TV, and your in business with a medium quality picture and stereo sound.
Date published: 2009-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by gumby from why I got thisI got this item to run my PC audio through my big screen TV, along with a VGA splitter, now I can listen to all my music files, watch video and use my PC on the big screen.
Will I be able to connect this to my iPhone from my stereo to play music
Asked by: Cole
This adapter would allow you to connect the iPhone to a red and white input on a stereo.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-10-05
I have a new Yamaha receiver and want to connect a 20yr CD player with 2 RCA connectors for stereo . The Yamaha specifies a "coaxial" male connector for CD input. Is this item considered a coaxial audio connector on one end and 2 RCA female connectors ...
I have a new Yamaha receiver and want to connect a 20yr CD player with 2 RCA connectors for stereo . The Yamaha specifies a "coaxial" male connector for CD input. Is this item considered a coaxial audio connector on one end and 2 RCA female connectors on the other. Thanks
Asked by: Tom
No. The Yamaha is most likely referring to a digital coaxial RCA port. The Y cable that you are looking at is an analog 3.5mm to dual RCA. The Yamaha should have a stereo audio input for that CD player.