Hosa YPP-118 1/4 inch TRS to Dual 1/4 inch TRSF Y Cable

February 7, 2017 - Comment

The Hosa YPP118 Y-cable is designed to duplicate a stereo signal. It is ideal for use as a headphone adaptor, adapting one headphone jack to two headphones. Product Features This cable is designed to duplicate a stereo signal It is ideal for use as a headphone adaptor, adapting one headphone jack to two headphones Connector(s):

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The Hosa YPP118 Y-cable is designed to duplicate a stereo signal. It is ideal for use as a headphone adaptor, adapting one headphone jack to two headphones.

Product Features

  • This cable is designed to duplicate a stereo signal
  • It is ideal for use as a headphone adaptor, adapting one headphone jack to two headphones
  • Connector(s): 1/4 in TRS to Dual 1/4 in TRSF

Comments

One Sad TiVO Monkey says:

Value priced stereo signal splitter The Hosa YPP118 is a 1/4″ stereo splitter cable. If you’re looking for a good price on a splitter for headphones, this is it. The male end is a standard quarter inch stereo plug. There is about three inches of wire separating the male from the two female ends. Those are standard quarter inch stereo, too. All you have to do is plug the male end into your receiver, then plug two headphones into the female ends. 

Charles Zink says:

Poor build quality and jacks, but it works. Cheap quality and the connections are a little loose. I’m using this to split the cockpit audio out in my plane so I can tap it into a voice recorder and, as with most planes built 35+ years ago, the jacks wear out over time. Most cables will still fit snugly and stay connected, but this one just cuts in and out. Unfortunately didn’t get to do any extensive testing as the last thing I wanted was for it to come loose mid-flight and have me loose all my audio. I can almost guarantee one little…

Muttley says:

good purchase but beware the price… I bought this to be able to watch movies with my wife while the kids are sleeping. I used to use a similar device ( a T shaped one) 15 years ago and due to many problems like noise and inconsistent sound transmission, I hesitated buying this at first. However, it performed really great. the flexible short connecting cables are much superior than a T shape rigid design and unlike other reviewers I did not notice a big difference in sound volume. May be those who are used to listening really high…

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