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Hosa Technology Stereo 1/4" Male to 2 Mono 1/4" Male Insert Y-Cable - 3.3'

BH #HOYCSPM2PM3 • MFR #STP-201
Hosa Technology
Hosa Technology Stereo 1/4" Male to 2 Mono 1/4" Male Insert Y-Cable - 3.3'
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Hosa Technology STP-201 Overview

This Hosa Stereo 1/4" Male to 2 Mono 1/4" Male Y-Cable is a "Send Return" cable (also known as a Insert Cable), conventionally wired: TIP = Send, RING = Return. It can also be used as a "Y" cable to split stereo signal into Left and Right. In this case, Right = RING and Left = TIP.

UPC: 728736010833

Hosa Technology STP-201 Specs

Connector 11 x 1/4" TRS Male Straight
Connector 22 x 1/4" TS Male Straight 
Cable Length3.28' / 1 m
Wire Gauge26 AWG
ShieldingSpiral
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8 x 4 x 1.2"
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Can this be used to split a pcsync signal from a film camera to 2 seperate flash units?
Asked by: Michael
No. The Hosa Y-cable is an audio cable intended to split a stereo audio signal into two mono signals. Please contact our pro photography department by phone or through live chat for assistance in finding the correct accessory cable for your application.
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can the Hosa Technology Stereo 1/4 Male to 2 Mono 1/4 Male Insert Y-Cable be used to connect an audio interface's monitor outputs to a headphone amps stereo input?
Asked by: Yosef L.
Sure. It is just a cable. It is not directional. It separates (or combines) two signals of a 1/4 inch stereo (a.k.a. full size stereo headphone) plug, connecting each signal to its own 1/4 inch mono (a.k.a. guitar) plug. If the signal levels are compatible, and the plug sizes are compatible, you are in business. It can be used as a stereo to mono left and right adapter (splitter or combiner). Another common use is with an Insert connector on a mixer. In this case the signals would be send and return to and from some external signal processor like a reverb or compressor.
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Date published: 2018-08-27
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