3.5mm TRRS Plug to 3.5mm TRRS Jack - 6 FT

Part no. 23-138-006

Extend the length of your existing audio cable.

 
(9 reviews)
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4 conductor (TRRS) 3.5mm cables are a great solution for audio, mic and even some video applications. These cables are used on many of today’s electronic devices such as mobile devices and portable DVD players.  The cable features 29 gauge stranded conductors and a drain wire, which are tinned to resist oxidation. The conductors and drain wire are wrapped with an aluminum foil shield to resist noise and interference.

Features:

  • Connector A: 3.5mm TRRS plug (male)
  • Connector B: 3.5mm TRRS jack (female)
  • Length: 6 FT
  • Color: Black
  • Fully molded connectors provide strain relief
  • Nickel-plated connectors
  • Foil shielded to prevent unwanted EMI/RFI interference
REVIEW SUMMARY for 3.5mm TRRS Plug to 3.5mm TRRS Jack - 6 FT
 
4.8 (based on 9 reviews)
  • It doesn't work!

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    From: Phoenix

    9/28/2013    #6522

    This thing works as it should, but, I can not make calls. Well I can, but the people I call ALWAYS, 100% of the time, complain about their voice echoing. I think it is too long and acting like an antenna. Regardless, I wish it wasn't so! Things like music and siri and everything else work fine. But I didn't buy it for everything but, I bought it for phone calls.
  • Too long for iPhone earbuds to Mac

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    From: St Paul, MN

    3/8/2013    #6520

    If you want to use this cable to connect your iPhone earbuds to your Mac, this cable is too long. The stereo sound seems to work ok but the mic audio is very scratchy and weak. The volume control on the earbuds won't pass through either. I bought the 6 foot version of this cable and it worked flawlessly. I'm guessing the signal degradation is just too much for this length of cable to work prop
  • Great for using iPhone earbuds with Mac

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    From: St Paul, MN

    3/8/2013    #1049

    If you want an extender cable to go between your iPhone earbuds and your Mac, this is the one. I tried a longer cable but the signal degradation was just too much and the mic was scratchy and weak and the volume controls wouldn't pass through either. Use this to extend your iPhone earbuds to your Mac.
  • Product worked great.

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    From: Florence, KY

    1/19/2013    #851

    Product is used to fly a r/c helicopter. Otterbox didn't allow me to attach the transmitter directly to the phone.
  • Worked with video confrencing mics.

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    From: Utah

    10/29/2012    #6516

    Although not supported by the large video confrencing manufcaturing vendor, these extenders seem to work ok with the microphones that are sold with the video confrencing system. When I first plugged them in, it didn't seem like they were going to work, but I power cycled the system, and they haven't given me any problems since.
  • Just what I was looking for!

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    From: Reno, NV

    10/25/2012    #6518

    TRRS extension cables are hard to find, and my usual source, Monoprice, did not have any that I could find. The interface is much better on Showmecables. Perhaps this is now my go-to source.
  • Finally I get this special ex-cord

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    From: Long Island, NY

    10/25/2012    #598

    I'm using this I-Pad ear phone extension cord for taking video(Playing a piano) with remote switch. It works very good and convenient to e-mail after take the video.
  • iPhone headset extension cables

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    From: San Jose, CA

    6/8/2012    #364

    If you need an extension cable for an iPhone that preserves both the stereo headphones signals AND the microphone connection, this cable does it.
  • 3.5mm TRRS Plug to 3.5mm TRRS Jack - 6 F

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    From: Mesa,AZ

    6/6/2012    #355

    Excellent Product Would definitely buy again if I need another
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Definitions:

Plug: Male Connector

Jack: Female connector

TS: Mono (Tip, Sleeve)

TRS: Stereo (Tip, Ring, Sleeve)

TRRS: 4 conductor (Tip, Ring, Ring, Sleeve)

Q: What kind of cable would I need to connect my MP3 player, iPod or other device to an auxilary port?

A: You would need a 3.5mm Stereo audio cable.

Q: I need a new cable for my computer speakers, can you help?

A: You would need a 3.5mm Stereo audio cable.

Q: I want to extend the length of my headphones or existing audio cable. How would I do this?

A: The best way to accomplish this would be to use a 3.5mm extension cable

Q: I want to connect my 3.5mm device to a receiver or TV but it only has RCA jacks, What should I do.

A: You can use this 3.5mm to RCA adapter cable to make this connection
Audio Connector Guide
Connector Type
Picture
Explanation and Uses
TS ( Mono) Plug (Male)
3.5mm TS Plug
This is a TS or mono plug, (note the single stripe on the connector)
This provides single channel analog audio.
TRS (Stereo) Plug (Male)
USB A Female
This is a TRS or stereo plug (note the two stripes on the connector)
This provides a stereo or 2 channel analog audio.
Commonly found on headphones
TRRS Plug (Male)
4 Conductor
3.5mm TRRS Plug
This is a TRRS 4 conductor plug (note the 3 stripes on the connector)
This can provide 2 channel audio plus a microphone. Also capable of 2 channel audio and a video feed.
This is commonly found on iPhone headsets and portable DVD players.

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