So you've run your 3.5mm stereo cable out of your computer, through the office
wall, down the acid-proof conduit, across the exploding-barrel storage warehouse,
and into the heart of your underground lair, only to discover that the voice-controlled
doomsday device you stole from the Pentagon has dual RCA inputs instead of 3.5mm.
On the one hand, you could use those ceiling-mounted J-Bolts
to hoist your lead henchman over the acid pit and threaten to drop them in
unless the doomsday device is refitted with a 3.5mm jack. On the other hand,
you could affix DataPro's 3.5mm to Dual RCA pigtail on the end of your stereo
cable and get construction back on track.
Depending on your perspective, this little adaptor cable could either be used
to change a 3.5mm stereo cable into a dual RCA cable, or it can be used to
change two RCA ports to a single 3.5mm port. The execution is the same, and
pretty much foolproof. There's no active conversion, it's bi-directional, and
an all-around good investment. Unlike that lead henchmen, hanging over the acid bath.
Secret tip: if you haven't laid out any cables yet, you can skip straight to
the good stuff with a super-convenient 3.5mm to Dual RCA Male/Male cable!