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3.5mm (M) to 3.5mm (F) Stereo Audio Extension Cable
- Connectors: 1 mini-stereo (3.5mm) male to mini-stereo (3.5mm) female
- 24k gold plated connectors resist corrosion and reduce tarnish
- Copper braided and aluminum foil shielding provide cable flexibility and greatly reduce undesired EMI/RFI interference
- Polyethylene Foam (PF) dielectric insulator greatly minimizes signal loss
- Tin plated copper core reduces oxidation and increases wire life
ConnectivityFosPower premium 3.5mm male to 3.5mm female auxiliary stereo audio extension cable allows you to connect your iPhone, iPod, audio streaming device (e.g. ChromeCast Audio, Bluetooth audio receiver), MP3 player, CD player, smartphone, tablet or any audio device with a 3.5mm headphone jack to your car, office or home audio system.
Beveled PlugsBeveled step down design plugs ensure FosPower premium stereo audio cable to be fully seated into audio port and compatible with most cases in the market.
24k Gold Plate Connectors
FosPower premium stereo audio cables are made from high quality 24k gold plated connectors that resist corrosion and reduce tarnish.
Dual Layer Braided and Foil Shielding
FosPower stereo audio cables are copper braided with aluminum foil shielding provides cable flexibility and reduces unwanted EMI/RFI interference.
The core of the FosPower stereo audio cables are covered with polyethylene foam (PF) dielectric insulator which greatly minimizes signal loss.
Tin plated Copper Core
The tin plated copper core of the FosPower stereo audio cables reduces oxidation and increases the wire life.
Limited Lifetime WarrantyThis product comes with a limited lifetime warranty. Please refer to FosPower's website for more information.
|UPC||FOSCBL-2169 = 813154021698, FOSCBL-2170 = 813154021704, FOSCBL-2171 = 813154021711, FOSCBL-2172 = 813154021728|