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Triple female L/R audio-in to Aux-out


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I need help finding a wire. It needs to be a triple female L/R audio-in to Aux-out. I am having a hard time finding a cable like this as I don't have a name for it. Any help would be appreciated.
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what do you mean by "aux out"? and what do you mean by tripple female?

are you wanting RCA or what?
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A headphone jack. The female doesn't matter just ignore that part (You have male and female jacks). Yes, I meant RCA, Red and White analog audio.
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so you want female RCA to 3.5mm male headphone jack?

i've gotten one similar from a guitar/music store, but it was RCA male and 1/4" headphone jack. they may make one that's got RCA female but i know from my search at the time that i couldn't find one with a 3.5mm jack. it was used to connect an MP3 player to a professional sound deck at a club. since this is becoming more popular (using things that only have headphone jacks with pro equipment) i'm pretty sure that you should be able to find what you're looking for.

if you can only find the ones with male RCA ends you can get RCA gender changers
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I was actually wanting a female RCA to 3.5mm female headphone jack. Sorry if I'm bad at explaining stuff. I didn't know they had RCA gender changers, that's good to know, Thanks.
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i don't know about the 3.5mm gender changer, but that would be pretty easy to make
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I found what I wanted. A male RCA to 3.5mm female headphone jack with a RCA gender changer. It should work. Thank you for your help.

Edited by Vipervire, 07 December 2010 - 12:11 PM.

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