Insignia 0.91m (3 ft.) Auxiliary Cable (NS-LW16W-C) - White - Only at Best Buy
- Good for wide-ranging use
- Compatible with most cell phones, tablets, and portable music players
- Quickly and efficiently connects to the music system in your car, home stereo system, portable speakers, and computers
- Design makes it easy to use while your device is in its case
- 3 foot length offers flexible placement options
- Color Box
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Of the 1111 reviewers who responded, 1044 would recommend this product.
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- Very Sturdy and Reliable- September 25, 2014
Bought this cable since my old one finally broke. The length really sold me and the durability of the actual connection between my MP3 player and the cord is excellent. It's not flimsy like other audio cables I've bought in the past, the flimsy-ness I'm talking about is the cord itself; the material it's made out of is strong and unless you deliberately play with it (or let your kid play with it, tangle it, wear it out, etc) it will last a long time. I've had mine for 2 months and no issues.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Best cable for the money!- September 7, 2015
I use this cable to connect my iPhone to my car stereo (no blue tooth in the car) and have gone through a few different cables before finding this one. All the other cables I had would eventually short out and only play through one side. This cable is more robust, and fits well through the opening in my iPhone case, which is a little bulky. It's offered in a short enough length that I don't have miles of cable hanging out in the car, which is nice.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- A little louder please- August 1, 2017
The cord works well. It suffers from the same problem as a lot of the others I've had over the past decade. When it's connected, the volume has to be turned up to 50-75% to be audible. The problem is that when you switch back to the radio, the volume is so loud you almost blow an eardrum or worse a speaker. My car could be the culprit of this problem, but past experience tells me it's just something I'm going to have to deal with.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.