ProSound Stereo 1/4 Inch Jack Male to Twin Mono 1/4 Inch Jack Female Adapter

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About this product

Overview

  • Suitable for use with guitars, keyboards and DJ equipment
  • Ideal for stage or studio use
  • Professional grade fully shielded low-noise cable

Product overview

• Suitable for use with guitars, keyboards and DJ equipment
• Ideal for stage or studio use
• Professional grade fully shielded low-noise cable
• Strain-relief connectors with high flex cable jacket
• 5 Year Warranty

A specialised adapter for any musician or DJ, with heavy-duty cable and connector construction and full signal shielding, great for stage, studio or home use.

The ProSound Range – Tour-Grade Construction with ProSound Audio Quality
The ProSound Range features toughened high-flex cable materials designed for the wear and tear that comes with professional use, complete with a 5 Year Warranty. Colour-coded cable terminals feature across the entire range, alongside the Neutrik range of Pro-Grade Speakon terminals, ensuring a high fidelity signal whatever the use.

Specification

Warranty

Warranty:

5 years

Connectivity

Connector A:

Stereo Jack Male

Connector B:

Twin Mono

General

Type:

Jack Female Adapter

Construction

Shielded:

Yes

Does this have a parallel circuit not a series circuit? I need a parallel circuit as otherwise when I plug my headset in I will struggle to hear air traffic control. many thanks

Asked by: frost101
This would be a series circuit.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-08-11
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