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AudioQuest FLX-X RCA Y-Adapter
1-female-to-2-male audio Y-adapter
AudioQuest's well-made FLX-X female-to-male RCA Y-adapter provides a solid, high-quality connection for lots of home audio configurations. Use it to combine two channels into one or split one channel into two. Signal wires are made of AudioQuest's low-distortion Long Grain Copper, and the gold-plated connectors ensure a solid, corrosion-free connection. This Y-adapter is handy for hooking up multiple amplifiers or subwoofers in a home audio system.
What's in the Box:
- 9" Female RCA to dual male RCA "Y"-adapter cable
- 1-female-to-2-male audio Y-adapter
- solid Long Grain Copper conductors and gold-plated RCA connectors
- length is 9"
- warranty: 5 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
Why did you buy this?
Future upgrade. [ John Apr 23, 2017 ]
Great product and price [ William Dec 24, 2016 ]
CJ's recommendation [ Bob Dec 21, 2016 ]
To split a single rca coming from receiver to sub. [ Steve Nov 11, 2016 ]
Already buying subwoofer on this site [ PAUL Mar 18, 2016 ]
to tie in wireless Sub [ Steven Jan 01, 2016 ]
1 question already asked
No, I don't think so. I used two of the splitters to bridge between the "pre-out" and "pre-in" jacks to feed the left and right inputs on a powered sub woofer. Hope this helps. [ Steven Mar 30, 2015 ]