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1 Male to 2 Female Gold plated OFC Twisted Pair RCA Y-Adapter Cable for Car or Home Audio

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1 Male to 2 Female Gold plated OFC Twisted Pair RCA Y-Adapter Cable for Car or Home Audio

1 Male to 2 Female RCA Y-cable adapter comes in handy when you need to supply signals to two devices from a single source. This adapter is commonly used to connect the mono sub output on a car stereo to the stereo RCA patch cable that connects to your sub amp. You can also use this Y-adapter with a second one to create four channels of output from a car stereo with only one set of preamp outputs.

oxygen-free copper-stranded wires allow maximum signal flow with a minimum chance for corrosion. Twisted pair construction helps keep each channel noise-free. Gold-plated RCA contacts feature locking connectors that create solid, continuous pressure ensuring optimum performance.


  • Excellent quality, dynamic range and frequency response
  • Gold plated connectors and excellent noise reduction. 
  • Great use for Car or Home amplifiers and stereos sound system
  • Widely Usage: Work with most devices, such as Laptops, PC. 
  • Innovative molded strain relief provides protection from short circuits

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