Kenny Kables 10ft Stereo to Mono Safe-Circuitry Combiner Cable


  • Qty:1 Kenny Kables 10ft Stereo to Mono Safe-Circuitry Combiner Cable
  • Qty:2 Stereo female 3.5mm to dual RCA adapters

    Safe circuitry inside to protect your phone or headphone output from trying to drive a short between left & right outputs. Your phone or laptop (or any headphone output) does not like to have the left & right signals shorted together by an inappropriate adapter, and this is the safe way to do it without a separate mixer. Monoed signal is output to both the tip (left) and ring (right) of the mono output connector. This is the best and safest way to create a mono feed for speaker zones where you do not want or need multiple speakers per listener position, or for a zone with one single speaker. You can still use a stereo amplifier to feed the mono zone, but both left & right channel information will be contained in either channel, so you won't miss some of the instruments in the mix. Stereo To Mono Safe Converter Adapter is a line-level passive device and is made to feed a second amplifier or powered speakers. Lifetime warranty to original purchaser. We also have this feature in other configurations, like 3.5mm to dual RCA, dual RCA to 3.5mm, balanced XLR, anything you want, we'll make it if we don't have it, just ask.

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    • Model: Kenny Kable Stereo Combiner
    • Manufactured by: ROTH SOUND

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