pro snake TPY 2003 BPP

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Professional Y Adaptor Cable

  • 2 x Jack male to 6.3 mm stereo jack female
  • Black mono jack plugs with gold-plated contacts
  • Split length: 12 cm
  • Length: 0.3 m
  • Colour: Black
  • Thomann hook and loop fastener included
available since June 2009
Item number 225474
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Length 0,3 m
Colour Black
5,40 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
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Great adapter
Hector M. 30.10.2015
Works flawlessly to adapt my audio interface to my studio monitors, which have a 3.5 mm jack (they also have the possibility to connect through TRS connection, but this adapter saved me some money in cables). The colors make it easy to identify left from right when you plugged them to your 6.35 mm sockets. I use this Y cable with a 6,35 mm to 3,5 mm adapter and they both work very well together, tightening themselves to each other firmly. It even comes with a small Thomann cable tie, but, because of the length of this cable, I don't think I'll be using it. Nonetheless, great to have the tie and not need it than the other way around. Highly recommended product.
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Does as it's supposed to, as a cable should
Izmotion 24.04.2022
Not much to say about it really, I bout this to split a stereo jack into two monos so I could connect it to an effects pedal. No issues whatsoever, length is also pretty much ideal for what I use it for.
Only (really nit-picky) feedback from my side would be that the connectors themselves have very long heads for such a short cable. If the inputs/outputs of your gear is all to the sides you're good to go, but if you have to pull a 90 degree angle with this cable, it won't look as professional as it could be. That being said, for this price range, it's more than ideal.
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Affordable and trustable.
Gerardo5491 29.05.2021
I'm using it like this Roland FA-08 to effect pedals (delay, reverb, ditto looper) to speaker or headphones.
An example here, when I want to use my Roland FA08 with the Ditto Looper Stereo, but I don't want to use loud speakers and instead I want to use headphones, then the headphones must be plugged to the Ditto Looper, but by one side the Ditto Looper has Stereo jacks to the Roland FA08, how to plug the other side of the Ditto to your head phones? This cable Pro Snake TPY 2003 BPP does the job to connect your single cable headphones to the Stereo jacks of the Ditto Looper.
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Kontaktfehler/contact problem
Attila S. 01.04.2022
This is practically garbage. The female part has a very weak contact.
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