I walked into all my local music shops and asked for a mini jack to jack cable and got offered a adapter for a normal jack jack cable. Firstly with adapters you don't always want a 5 inch wobbly adapter/jacklead stick protruding out of the front of your £500 analogue synth just waiting to have a hole gouged out of it and secondly it just looks nasty. For the price this cable is fine really, does its job. The cable feels a bit stiff like a coaxial cable (that cable fits into the back of your broadband router). I would of personally liked something a bit more bendy more akin to a actual guitar cable. Apart from that quality meets it's price point. I can't hear any sound differences between this and a expensive guitar lead with a adaptor on. I'd maybe upgrade at some point in the future but you can never have enough cables right!?
I needed a bit longer mono cable, mini to normal jack and ordered this. It did not work for me because stereo channels were soldered together. That means if you plug it into mini mono plug, the signal will be grounded. So, no luck.
I am even not sure what what would be the application for this cable. Usually you do not sum left and right just by connecting them together... at least the catalog should clearly state what is connected to what.
Anyway, I am a bit of a handyman, so I got my soldering iron and ventured into modifying the cable. What I needed to do is to unsolder the middle terminal from signal and solder it to the ground. Unfortunately, the mini jack plastic is of bad quality so the insulation melted, and the shaft became wobbly. Scrapped it as unusable.
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