Reddit Reddit reviews Aurum Cables 3-Pack 6.35mm Male to 3.5mm Female Stereo Adapter

We found 15 Reddit comments about Aurum Cables 3-Pack 6.35mm Male to 3.5mm Female Stereo Adapter. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Aurum Cables 3-Pack 6.35mm Male to 3.5mm Female Stereo Adapter
Convenient and cost-effective 3-pack 6.35 (1/4 inch) Plug (Male) to 3.5mm (1/8 inch) Jack (Female) Stereo AdapterPerfect for a 6.35 stereo port to accept a standard stereo cable with 3.5mm plugConnect Headphones or Microphones with 1/8 inch plugs to Audio devices with a 1/4 inch Stereo jackMakes your favorite headphones or other devices compatible with most pro audio and home audio equipment!360 degree grip treads help easy plugging and unplugging
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15 Reddit comments about Aurum Cables 3-Pack 6.35mm Male to 3.5mm Female Stereo Adapter:

u/gilbatron · 7 pointsr/Beatmatch

usb-a to usb-b cable


a couple of headphone jack adapters


ground wires if you're dealing with vinyl


interference suppresion filter clips


ethernet cable


and a bunch of these

u/DwarvenLabs · 3 pointsr/DungeonsAndDragons

Not at all!
We currently use:
3x Logitech C922x Pro Webcams
7x 3.5mm Lapel Mics
7x 3.5mm to 1/4in adapters
2x Mini Audio Mixers
1x USB-to-1/4in Cable
1x 1/4in to 1/4oin cable

For video, we just use the webcams like normal.

For audio, we daisy chain the two mixers with the 1/4in cable, and plugin each mic to their adapters and into the mixers. Use the 1/4in to usb cable to capture the audio out of the last mixer, and now you have a dial for each audio line, but only one audio input device to your PC.

It's not the best solution, but it is way less expensive than buying the hardware video encoding and digital audio mixers would have cost (by factors of 10).

u/CagedZebra · 2 pointsr/Beatmatch

Just because someone produces doesn't mean that they can DJ, and vice versa. Everything in this subreddit pertains to you, except for the music theory because presumably you already know it.

As already stated use the sidebar, wiki, and search function. Almost every question you have has been answered twice already (I promise).

My quick opinions on what you should get:

  • Controller: You want a mid-range controller. Pioneer DDJ-SR or Traktor S4 are the best ones for your budget.
  • Software: Depends on your controller but definitely use the software it was designed for. Avoid VDJ, Djay, and others. Get Mixed in Key and Spek as well.
  • Music: Subscribe to a record pool. I like DJcity.
  • Headphones: You're good. Buy an adapter if you don't already have one.
u/Sky_Hawk105 · 2 pointsr/headphones

The M50x seems to come with 3.5mm cables. The scarlett seems to have a 1/4 input for headphones on the right. Will I need an adapter? Like this:

u/MisterMushroom · 2 pointsr/Guitar

It depends on the amp. If it has a headphone out or aux out, yes. Some amps have a 1/4" headphone out, which would require an adapter for the typical headphone.

u/Battlescar84 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Honestly I don't know of any simple solution that doesn't involve a mixer, which are a little expensive. You can get one of these and then buy some of these. Then plug your switch into one input, your phone into another, and plug your headphones into the output. Then I'm not sure about the microphone, but at least you can hear both sources

u/Z3ROENERGY · 1 pointr/audio

Thank you for the long and detailed reply!

I've connected mixer via two of these

and both my headset and mic are connected via these


The PS4 is connected via USB and automatically detects the mixer, but I have no way of changing the volume levels.


My sound card only has one line in which is also the mic port I believe.

u/x152 · 1 pointr/headphones

You could just use these...

u/hxcxdonneee · 1 pointr/audio

I'm pretty confused about your picture if your going a mixer route though, as different mixers alone could solve all 3 of your needs/wants. Let me ask this instead: are you just trying to switch just your mic? are you recording your ps4 gameplay/sound? (i'm wondering why you want to run your ps4 audio through pc) i'll suggest these items then along with adding a detailed picture of how I'd set it up:

trrs spliter:

that mixer:

1/4 to 3.5mm cables:

trs switch:

(x2) 3.5mm cables:

(x2) ST splitters:

PS4 usb audio:

(x2) 3.5mm adapters:

Note: you can get cheaper alternatives to every item i listed from any othersite besides that mixer. Any mixer that has an FX Send/Aux Send will work.


you can negate the switch entirely if you just want to use knobs on a 2-aux send mixer.

u/LemonTheFish · 1 pointr/beatbox

For budget:
(All can be bought on amazon)


Shure pga48,
Shure sm58.


Behringer Xenyx 502 or 802

Obviously the more you spend the better the value, but any of these should get you a pretty high price/performance in my opinion.

You’ll also need an xlr cable if the mic doesn’t come with one and something like this so you plug standard headphones in:

If you have unlimited money to spend, then a sennheiser e945 and an rc505 are going to future proof your beatboxing career.

Should be all you need, good luck!

u/Einsteins_coffee_mug · 1 pointr/drums

I use something similar to these out of my VDrum module, and this 3.5mm extension to give me extra play room.

Nothing special, cheap and gets the job done.

u/einmalistkeinmal · 1 pointr/audiophile

Hah yep I use pretty much the exact same type of speaker for this. It's just a crosley radio (no bluetooth) with aux in, though.

So yeah I would do the Schiit stack then get a RCA to 3.5mm cable like this or this which would feed from the back of the Vali to the B2. If you're not wanting to listen to it through the speaker you can just turn off the B2, or select a different input (bluetooth?).

Alternatively, you could skip the RCA output and just use a 3.5mm male to female aux cable + 1/4in adapter out of the headphone output.. which would go to an Aux cable you leave connected to the B2. Just switch between that aux cord and your headphones out of the headphone port.

I just use the headphone output, but as I type this I remember I saw I had a RCA to 3.5mm cable last night so might switch it.