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Hi, If you intend to run the cable on the inside of the shirt (think a wired lav mic) you might want to be aware that the wire enclosure is kinda rough. So it's like a clothed enclosure but this cloth is super rough, instead of smooth to the skin. So for the singular edge case of using this to connect a lav mic to your phone, for example, you may wish to seek out a different extension cord, if you suspect this will feel uncomfortable against your skin.
Aside from that, it's pretty decent, recommended! UGREEN has been a solid brand for me for the three different doohickey cables and adapters, and they ship fast usually due to Amazon Prime, and the reviews are usually authentic and helpful and they are widely appreciated so give them a try!
No hissing, static, echo or anything. Clear voice chat in games. Connections are nice and tight. Using with Arctis 1 headset with AMD X470 onboard audio and Windows Spatial for Headphones. No complaints. I bought a UGREEN Y-adapter last year with no problems, but my new headset has a single 3ft 3.5mm (too short) so I needed an M/F extension.
Slim but well built. I purchased 3 of them. The breaded cord is solid and the connectors are real solid. I used to buy just rubber extension cable they lasted a week or 2, but these are tested and I gave it 5 stars, wish I could give it 10 stars. Amazing product.
A good replacement for my older cable which failed around the 6 year mark - probably due to me placing my computer on top of it a few times and pulling it out from underneath several times. A heavier cord might make a difference in my case.
I have an HP elite 8300 SFF. Unfortunately, my retro phone handset (TRRS) did not work with MS teams to either hear sound or input sound (speak). Why didn't work? The microphone jack and audio were both TRS, while the 3.5 mm" connectors were TRRS. Thus I needed a y splitter that took TRRS audio/microphone and concerter into a TRS audio out cord, and a TRS microphone in cord. That worked. Thanks to this product my problem wa solved.