Insignia 1.8m (6 ft.) Coiled Auxilliary Cable - Only at Best Buy
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- 3.5mm connector cable provides universal compatibility
- Superior materials and contacts bring you unparalleled audio quality
- Connect your portable audio device, like a smartphone or tablet, to headphones, stereo, portable stereo, or car
- 6-ft. long cable length gives you ample room to maneuver
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Of the 131 reviewers who responded, 114 would recommend this product.
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- Too short to be practical- July 20, 2016
Functionally, I have had no problems with this aux cord, the sound quality is good and it seems about as well built as a cable can be. My problem with it is that saying this cable is 6 feet long is a flat out lie. If you uncoiled the cable and somehow laid it out flat, it would be 6 feet long, but as far as using it in the car there's maybe 18 inches of usable length. Try to pull it out any longer and the end pulls out of the dash. Forget about letting anyone else play music, because with this cable it's impossible.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Bridges the Gap- May 19, 2017
This Audio Cable was exactly what I was looking for to run my iPhone 7 Plus through the Bose system in one of my Corvettes. I didn't want to add a new stereo system to this car since it's mainly a daily Driver, and I just wanted to be able to listen to my iTunes music library on my system. The coiled cord is great because I only needed about 6" from my phone to the input hole. No long cords hanging on my center console, but if needed this cord stretches to 6'! Awesome!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Spring has sprung!- July 17, 2016
I needed a connector for my iPod to my treadmill and figured this would give me the "room" I needed to use it while moving. The cable functions fine and there doesn't seem to be any problems with the audio, but the thing is coiled so tightly that if you try to use it more than half the length it is (3') it pulls away from you or the jack connection.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.