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This 6-foot cable has a 3.5-millimeter male stereo mini plug on one end and stereo male RCA jacks on the other. It's useful for connecting any source with a minijack output (portable CD, MD, cassette, or MP3 player) to a home audio component or car audio receiver with standard female RCA jacks. Warranty: 90 days.

Arista Stereo Mini-to-RCA Adapter Reviews

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16 Reviews

Nice price

Written by: Rich from Tucson, AZ on February 13, 2014

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Bought this cable to connect my iPod to the RCA aux in on my old Rockford Fosgate deck. A nice quality cable for the right price.

Pros: Price

Cons: none

Arista Stereo Mini-to-RCA Adapter

Written by: tom from new york on January 6, 2014

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good deal

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RCA

Written by: Paul from Ny on November 28, 2013

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Purchased with USA interface so I can plug iPhone 5 into 2005 maxima

Pros: Works as stated

Cons: None

Good Deal

Written by: Bob from Powhatan, VA on September 27, 2013

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Good value for the money

Pros: Price

Cons: None

Cable

Written by: OU812 from PA on August 22, 2013

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Not much in rating a cable. It works.

Pros: It works.

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RCA to Mini

Written by: Brian from West Liberty, KY on April 29, 2013

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Excellent product to hook up your Iphone or Ipod to a stereo receiver. If you don't want to spend the money to upgrade your receiver to something that has "Air Play". This is the OLD School answer.

Pros: inexpensive way to hook a smartphone or mp3 player to a home stereo system.

Cons: none

No room to charge iPod Nano

Written by: Barry from Portland, OR on May 24, 2009

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The cable works great with our iPod (Nano 4G), BUT you can't charge the iPod at the same time. The problem is that the mini connector's housing is fatter than the earbud's mini connector housing, and does not leave enough room for you to also connect the usual USB cable or a charger to the iPod's main port.

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Arista Stereo Mini-to-RCA Adapter

Written by: Khamkou from Milwaukee, WI on April 14, 2009

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Nice. Works great. Cant complain. :D

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Love it!

Written by: ryan from Waynesboro, VA on February 19, 2009

I love it! I use it on my loudspeakers, mixer, and amplifier. it has no crackling noise, and is very clear noise.

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works great

Written by: jnosacka from baton rouge, la on October 6, 2008

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If I had an expensive cable to compare this with, I don' t think I could tell the difference. I use it to connect my iPhone to my car and don't hear any noise or feedback when on phone calls

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Not worth it

Written by: Jon from Portage, MI on February 15, 2007

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I recently bought the PAC Sony Unilink adapter Auxiliary input turn on from crutchfield to hook my I-pod up to my 2000 sony cd player. Not knowing if the PAC would work, I ordered this cable along with it (ignoring the other reviews stating that the cable was not very good), as I would not be out much if the PAC didn't work. Fortunately, the PAC worked. Unfortunately, this cable is terrible. Out of the box, there was a scratching sound and I had to play with the cord near the 3.5 mm end to get both sound channels. At times the sound completely cuts out. I never thought I would return anything I only paid $5 for, but in this case I plan on doing so. Bottom line - don't waste your money - get a better cable from the start.

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Broke

Written by: Mike from Raleigh, NC on January 16, 2007

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My cord lasted about a month before it broke. The connection wasnt great in the first place and after a few weeks of use it completely feel apart. I'd suggest wires with better shielding and gold-plated connectors.

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Arista Stereo Mini-to-RCA Adapter

Written by: Laura from Mooresville, NC on December 29, 2006

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Worked for three days with my Aux input on my 2005 Mustang. Then the cable lost its internal connection and only allowed the right side speakers to play. The left played as well IF you dont mind pinching the cable.. Now I'm going to have to open up the entire dash again and replace with a Monster Cable.

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Arista Stereo Mini-to-RCA Adapter

Written by: busta from Fremont, NE on August 16, 2006

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Bought this cable to connect my SkiFi2 to the AUX input of my Panasonic MXE CQ-C7203U head unit. While it sounds much better than FM transmitting, I do hear some interference during acceleration. I would recommend finding a cable with better shielding.

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Works as expected

Written by: Ryan from Charleston, WV on January 28, 2006

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Does what it is supposed to. I used this with the Pioneer aux adapter to hook my iPod to my car CD player.

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Arista Stereo Mini-to-RCA Adapter

Written by: Steve from Mesa, Az on July 3, 2005

I ordered this to use with my blaupunkt aux cable and the cord went to crap after about a week of use. The wires were loose inside the cord, I had to bend the cord a certain way to get the cord to work...maybe it was the brand of cable... I'm not sure

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  • 6' Stereo 'Y' cable with stereo 3.5mm mini-plug on one end and stereo male RCA plugs on the other end

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Features

Compatibility: This Stereo 'Y' cable can be used for the following applications:

  • Portable Players: Use this cable to connect a portable audio player (CD, cassette, MP3, MiniDisc) for playback on a home receiver.
  • Recording: With this cable, you can connect your portable CD, MP3 or MiniDisc player to the stereo inputs on a home cassette recorder for dubbing. You can also feed a stereo signal from a receiver's line output or aux output to a portable recording device.
  • Powered Speakers: This cable can also provide a signal from a component (CD, DVD, Cassette) to the input of a powered speaker system.

Construction: The adapter features a single male 3.5mm mini-plug on one end and dual male RCA plugs on the other end, each with molded connectors and flexible stress relief collars.

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