3.5mm TRRS Male to 3.5mm TRRS Male - 12 FT

Part no. 23-146-012

4 Conductor Plugs | Nickel-Plated | Shielded | Fully Molded | Connect Devices to 3.5mm Input

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$9.49 $8.99 $8.59 $8.09 $7.39
Quantity Discount Pricing
1 - 9 10 - 24 25 - 99 100 - 249 250+
$9.49 $8.99 $8.59 $8.09 $7.39

3.5mm Audio Cables - 12FT 3.5mm to 3.5mm TRRS Cable

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.


  • Connector A: 3.5mm TRRS plug (male)
  • Connector B: 3.5mm TRRS plug (male)
  • Length: 12 FT
  • Color: Black
  • Fully molded connectors provide strain relief
  • Nickel-plated connectors
  • Foil shielded to prevent unwanted EMI/RFI interference

Features & Specs
Connector A Connector A of cable assembly? 3.5mm TRRS Male
Connector B Connector B of cable assembly? 3.5mm TRRS Male
Jacket The type of material used in the jacket of the cable? PVC
Shielded Is this cable shielded? Yes
REVIEW SUMMARY for 3.5mm TRRS Male to 3.5mm TRRS Male - 12 FT
5.0 (based on 1 reviews)
  • 3.5mm TRRS Male to 3.5mm TRRS Male - 6 FT

    Reviewed by:

    From: Commack, NY

    11/3/2015    #19366

    PROS: The product gets the job done; On time
    CONS: None specified
    Does the job nicely.
  • Perfect Fit

    Reviewed by:

    From: United States

    1/27/2015    #14648

    PROS: The product works really well; Super fast
    CONS: None specified
    Good fit with mating connector. Flexible. Right length Right Price Thank you!
  • Served my needs well

    Reviewed by:

    From: Pittsburgh, PA

    8/29/2012    #445

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    I purchased this cable in order to use my HTC EVO 4G LTE as an MP3/Internet Radio player in my car. The phone's jack is TRRS (so it can be used with a headset with a microphone), but TRS plugs are supposed to work. Every TRS-to-TRS cable I attepted to use produced a high-pitched whisting noise, presumably from the microphone part of the plug not being properly grounded. Using this TRRS-to-TRRS cab


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
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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