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the sssnake 1802 Adapter

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Adapter

  • Jack female stereo -> jack female stereo
  • Also mono-usable
Item number 105146
£1.60
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Cool adapter to extend your jack cables
Anonymous 04.12.2014
The sssnake 1802 Adapter is one of my most used adapters since I've got it.
I was needing this piece of hardware to extend a cable that is too short, but now that i have it i have found another uses for it.

Sometimes I use it with other adapters so i can get a female jack ready to plug in to another jack (male).

It is very well build, robust and as small as it can be. I experience no signal loss when I use it and the terminals lock well without any hassle.
The grooves on it and the rubber/plastic finish are a nice touch as you can grip it firmly when you connect or disconnect the adapter.
I have accidentally dropped and step on it and the sssnake 1802 Adapter keeps working like a champ without any problem at all, showing that is resistant and ready for a real world use.

This simple device It is very useful for anyone wanting to extend a cable or needing a female jack available to connect another devices, for the price that is asked here on Thomann I think is an essential in any musician rig or studio and i really recommend it.
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Really loose connectors
lapsio 17.04.2020
I ordered 2 adapters and both are really loose. One is usable but the other one is so loose I need to put cable really carefully on the ground because any slight movement of cable can break connection. As result there's a lot of crackling and noises whenever I move. Second unit also sometimes looses connection but it's not that extreme.

I mean I know it's really cheap thing but I'm not sure if it's so cheap that you should buy twice as many as you need because you need to assume there's high chance some of them won't even be usable... Well at least it's so cheap that i can order more of them. Maybe at least 2 will work...
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An uninterrupted cable is better, but not always possible
Riccardo D. 24.09.2018
I have many of these small adapters. It's plastic, but fairly sturdy plastic. Not the hard-as-iron kind, but the step-on-it-softly-and-it-wont break kind. Good enough, I'd say. Choice of plastic over metal also keeps the weight under control, so you can have a few of them in your cable bag when you go to a gig. Sooner or later, they might save the day!

Some of my adapters are installed semi-permanently in my home studio/rehearsal room on longish cable runs. The cables never move, so the contact is steady and I just forget about the adapters/joints - as it should be. I should mention those longish cable runs are all balanced mono lines.

Some are used on the fly when relocating monitors (balanced mono) or for headphone extension (unbalanced stereo).

To be honest, I've never tried to use one between guitar and amp. I'm not sure if they would behave properly in such an unstable setting, with such a weak signal. But we all know you need a decent instrument jack of the proper length anyway, don't we?
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Must have
hugo123 30.09.2021
Its just one of those things that you have to have in the studio! Great addition to any homestudio!
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