• Cables Unlimited AUD-1100-25 3.5 mm 25 feet Male to Male Stereo Cable - Black
Cables Unlimited AUD-1100-25 3.5 mm 25 feet Male to Male Stereo Cable - Black

Cables Unlimited AUD-1100-25 3.5 mm 25 feet Male to Male Stereo Cable - Black

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  • Shielded with strain relief
  • Two 1/8 plugs
  • Extend microphone cables with the premium audio cables
  • These 3.5mm male to male audio cables will provide the extra length
  • Extend speaker cables with the premium audio cables

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GREAT! Excellent! Works just as I had hoped for! I use it with my Acer Aspire Notebook/Laptop for watching Neflix on my TV. I had been using a shorter audio cable to connect the two, but was tired of walking over to the tv/laptop area every time I needed to pause, stop, backup, etc while watching a show. I actually only needed about a 15 ft & was a little concerned the sound might not work well it being such a long cable. I couldn't be more pleased! Great Price & Great Product! 5You get what you pay for with this cable I bought this at the beginning of 2010 and it gave me about 2 years of uncompromised performance. Sometime in 2012, the end I plug into my computer started wearing out, and the sound would flicker in and out. Wiggling the end helped for a few months, but then the inside connection eventually gave way. I don't intend to replace my electronic cables every 2 years, so I'm shopping for a higher quality cable that will last me a lifetime--or at least 10 good years. If you need a long audio cable in a pinch and don't foresee needing it after a couple of years, it's a good deal. Otherwise, you get what you pay for. 3Great, Inexpensive Solution! I wanted to hook up my Delphi XpressRC to my computer at work, but found it impossible due to its short audio cable. The XM Satellite radio's antenna needs to be near a window to pull in a strong signal, but my computer desk is on the opposite side of the room. After complaining to my husband, he suggested this inexpensive twenty-five foot stereo cable as a solution. And it was exactly what I needed!!!Thanks to this cable, I now have plenty of slack to put the radio exactly where I want it and still receive the best reception. I am not an audiophile by any means, but I do like my music to sound good. And after using it non-stop during the last few work weeks, I have yet to notice any hissing or humming. I am very pleased and would definitely recommend! 5It barely cost anything Well, it was only about four bucks. For this price, you can't expect all that much; the fact that you receive 25 feet is impressive though.When I first plugged it in, I noticed an intense buzzing in the background if the end wasn't plugged in just right. The tips seemed to be a little loose in all the inputs I tried them in, but it didn't have too much of an impact on sound quality. I was expecting slightly more durable tips, as one of them bent after some use, but then again it was put under some 'extreme' conditions. If you're using this to plug in an iPod or computer that you're going to be moving around a lot with, you'll likely experience the buzzing sound I mentioned earlier - the connection just isn't that solid.However, if you're using this simply to connect two pieces, without planning on plugging it in/unplugging it/moving the source, it definitely does what it's supposed to do. Especially for four bucks.The only real drawback which prevents this cable from getting five stars (again, relative to price) is how the tips are loose in every input I tried, which resulted in a buzzing sound unless it was situated correctly.Also, I did buy two of these, and both had the same problems (well, only one bent; again, semi-extreme case).Don't expect a lot from these cables, but expect them to work - because they will, very well assuming you don't move them around. 4Marginal at best... While for the price I was not expecting much... I was disappointed even beyond that level. I had written them off as DoA (and not worth returning due to the price) and finally decided to give them one more go... They worked... barely. I have to prop up one end of the jack in order to get it to carry the signal to my speakers. I bought these so that I could get my speakers off and desk and around the other side of my room (while allowing the laptop to stay close to me). Obviously with the 25' length that objective was a success, and now that i have rigged a contraption to hold the jack into place the sound quality is a little better than I expected. Still not great, still gets a nasty hum without media being actively played. Overall, decent product for the price... if you've got the resources, I'd go one step up... I know I will be. 3Good price, good quality, works fine for intended application Bought this for one purpose, audio out cable from a tablet/laptop to external audio source. Works fine. I've also used this as an audio out from a Flatscreen. Works good in that application also. Price was good, shipping was good. I like having plenty of spare cabling around. Well worth the investment. 5Scratchy, unclear sound transfer from cell phone to car audio I bought these to connect my phone to my car stereo because using bluetooth drains my battery badly, but these must have had a short in them because I got loads of scratchy static and even when the plugs were solidly connected, the sound would pop in and out. 1The cables are excellent and the long length helps me make sure my ... I have ordered these cables many times before. The cables are excellent and the long length helps me make sure my grandmothers headphones can be connected to her television. Only complaint is I wish they lasted longer before breaking. Sometimes I get lucky and they last for Months other times they only last for weeks. I can't complain though the price is spectacular and they arrive quickly 4Ah, the convenience Recently, I figured out that by using a 3.5mm Stereo Female to RCA Male Y-Cable, wired headphones can be used on a TV lacking a headphone jack. I purchased the cable and it was a success! Next I needed an amplifier to control the volume of the audio being fed into my headphones, so I bought the Fiio E6 amp and that too worked. The only problem was that the amp needed to be plugged into the back of my SDTV, and even with the TV being at an angle, it just wasn't convenient. Every time I wanted to increase the volume, I needed to get out of bed and mess with the volume buttons of the amp, which would rest right next to my TV. Not to mention, I needed to stay somewhat close to the TV so that the amp wouldn't fall to the floor and break. I had to watch programs with all these things at the back of my mind, but not anymore. With this extension cable, I can be further away from the TV than previously possible (while wearing the headphones), and I can also have my amp right next to me. No more getting out of bed to mess with the volume. 5Very poorly shielded cable. This cable would be OK for a set of headphones but you should not use it in the signal path between a source device, like an MP3 player or computer, and an amplifier. The shielding is so poor in this cable that it will pickup a considerable amount of 60Hz EMI (aka hum) and you won't like the results.I bought this cable to connect my high-end Dell portable computer to the Sony pre-amplifier unit of my home entertainmenet system. I wanted to use my portable as an MP3 player since it's a lot easier to program and create playlists on a 17" computer screen than any of the portable MP3 players I've seen. When I had everything hooked up I experienced a very noticeable hum from my stereo speakers even before starting the player application on the computer. At first I thought I had a ground loop so I removed all other external cables (power, usb, ethernet) from the computer, running it on battery only. Still the hum persisted. Even with the AUD-1100-25 cable unplugged from the computer the hum persisted.I then replaced the AUD-1100-25 with a pair of RCA cables w/ RCA to 1/8" stereo adapters and the hum went away. The RCA cables were hand-made with some quality shielded cable with the connectors hand-soldered by me. What a difference. So, that's what I ended up using.Although I think Monster Cables and the like are a way over-priced, this product has gone too far in the other direction. I don't recommend this item if you're going to use it in an application that will amplify the signal (and noise) coming through the cable. It's easy to see why this cable is so cheap. 2
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Customer Reviews

GREAT! Excellent! Works just as I had hoped for! I use it with my Acer Aspire Notebook/Laptop for watching Neflix on my TV. I had been using a shorter audio cable to connect the two, but was tired of walking over to the tv/laptop area every time I needed to pause, stop, backup, etc while watching a show. I actually only needed about a 15 ft & was a little concerned the sound might not work well it being such a long cable. I couldn't be more pleased! Great Price & Great Product! 5You get what you pay for with this cable I bought this at the beginning of 2010 and it gave me about 2 years of uncompromised performance. Sometime in 2012, the end I plug into my computer started wearing out, and the sound would flicker in and out. Wiggling the end helped for a few months, but then the inside connection eventually gave way. I don't intend to replace my electronic cables every 2 years, so I'm shopping for a higher quality cable that will last me a lifetime--or at least 10 good years. If you need a long audio cable in a pinch and don't foresee needing it after a couple of years, it's a good deal. Otherwise, you get what you pay for. 3Great, Inexpensive Solution! I wanted to hook up my Delphi XpressRC to my computer at work, but found it impossible due to its short audio cable. The XM Satellite radio's antenna needs to be near a window to pull in a strong signal, but my computer desk is on the opposite side of the room. After complaining to my husband, he suggested this inexpensive twenty-five foot stereo cable as a solution. And it was exactly what I needed!!!Thanks to this cable, I now have plenty of slack to put the radio exactly where I want it and still receive the best reception. I am not an audiophile by any means, but I do like my music to sound good. And after using it non-stop during the last few work weeks, I have yet to notice any hissing or humming. I am very pleased and would definitely recommend! 5It barely cost anything Well, it was only about four bucks. For this price, you can't expect all that much; the fact that you receive 25 feet is impressive though.When I first plugged it in, I noticed an intense buzzing in the background if the end wasn't plugged in just right. The tips seemed to be a little loose in all the inputs I tried them in, but it didn't have too much of an impact on sound quality. I was expecting slightly more durable tips, as one of them bent after some use, but then again it was put under some 'extreme' conditions. If you're using this to plug in an iPod or computer that you're going to be moving around a lot with, you'll likely experience the buzzing sound I mentioned earlier - the connection just isn't that solid.However, if you're using this simply to connect two pieces, without planning on plugging it in/unplugging it/moving the source, it definitely does what it's supposed to do. Especially for four bucks.The only real drawback which prevents this cable from getting five stars (again, relative to price) is how the tips are loose in every input I tried, which resulted in a buzzing sound unless it was situated correctly.Also, I did buy two of these, and both had the same problems (well, only one bent; again, semi-extreme case).Don't expect a lot from these cables, but expect them to work - because they will, very well assuming you don't move them around. 4Marginal at best... While for the price I was not expecting much... I was disappointed even beyond that level. I had written them off as DoA (and not worth returning due to the price) and finally decided to give them one more go... They worked... barely. I have to prop up one end of the jack in order to get it to carry the signal to my speakers. I bought these so that I could get my speakers off and desk and around the other side of my room (while allowing the laptop to stay close to me). Obviously with the 25' length that objective was a success, and now that i have rigged a contraption to hold the jack into place the sound quality is a little better than I expected. Still not great, still gets a nasty hum without media being actively played. Overall, decent product for the price... if you've got the resources, I'd go one step up... I know I will be. 3Good price, good quality, works fine for intended application Bought this for one purpose, audio out cable from a tablet/laptop to external audio source. Works fine. I've also used this as an audio out from a Flatscreen. Works good in that application also. Price was good, shipping was good. I like having plenty of spare cabling around. Well worth the investment. 5Scratchy, unclear sound transfer from cell phone to car audio I bought these to connect my phone to my car stereo because using bluetooth drains my battery badly, but these must have had a short in them because I got loads of scratchy static and even when the plugs were solidly connected, the sound would pop in and out. 1The cables are excellent and the long length helps me make sure my ... I have ordered these cables many times before. The cables are excellent and the long length helps me make sure my grandmothers headphones can be connected to her television. Only complaint is I wish they lasted longer before breaking. Sometimes I get lucky and they last for Months other times they only last for weeks. I can't complain though the price is spectacular and they arrive quickly 4Ah, the convenience Recently, I figured out that by using a 3.5mm Stereo Female to RCA Male Y-Cable, wired headphones can be used on a TV lacking a headphone jack. I purchased the cable and it was a success! Next I needed an amplifier to control the volume of the audio being fed into my headphones, so I bought the Fiio E6 amp and that too worked. The only problem was that the amp needed to be plugged into the back of my SDTV, and even with the TV being at an angle, it just wasn't convenient. Every time I wanted to increase the volume, I needed to get out of bed and mess with the volume buttons of the amp, which would rest right next to my TV. Not to mention, I needed to stay somewhat close to the TV so that the amp wouldn't fall to the floor and break. I had to watch programs with all these things at the back of my mind, but not anymore. With this extension cable, I can be further away from the TV than previously possible (while wearing the headphones), and I can also have my amp right next to me. No more getting out of bed to mess with the volume. 5Very poorly shielded cable. This cable would be OK for a set of headphones but you should not use it in the signal path between a source device, like an MP3 player or computer, and an amplifier. The shielding is so poor in this cable that it will pickup a considerable amount of 60Hz EMI (aka hum) and you won't like the results.I bought this cable to connect my high-end Dell portable computer to the Sony pre-amplifier unit of my home entertainmenet system. I wanted to use my portable as an MP3 player since it's a lot easier to program and create playlists on a 17" computer screen than any of the portable MP3 players I've seen. When I had everything hooked up I experienced a very noticeable hum from my stereo speakers even before starting the player application on the computer. At first I thought I had a ground loop so I removed all other external cables (power, usb, ethernet) from the computer, running it on battery only. Still the hum persisted. Even with the AUD-1100-25 cable unplugged from the computer the hum persisted.I then replaced the AUD-1100-25 with a pair of RCA cables w/ RCA to 1/8" stereo adapters and the hum went away. The RCA cables were hand-made with some quality shielded cable with the connectors hand-soldered by me. What a difference. So, that's what I ended up using.Although I think Monster Cables and the like are a way over-priced, this product has gone too far in the other direction. I don't recommend this item if you're going to use it in an application that will amplify the signal (and noise) coming through the cable. It's easy to see why this cable is so cheap. 2
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