Why pay $20 for a HDMI cable at Best Buy when you can get this genuine HDMI cable for a fraction of that price !
This 2m/6ft HDMI cable, provides outstanding quality over a great distance so you can watch Blu-ray movies and play your favorite video games in stunning crystal clear HDTV.
A superb cable with excellent audio-visual transfer properties that deliver signal without compromising purity and balance. Digital video doesn't get any better than this!
Extend your USB connection with this high quality USB 2.0 A Male to A Female Extension cable. Perfect for Xbox One controllers and other wired controllers with the CronusMAX PLUS.
This cable features a standard USB A Male connector on one end and an A Female connector on the other and is particularly useful for extending the reach of a USB cable with a proprietary connector or fixed device (such as video game controller) on one end. The cable uses 28 AWG conductors for the data lines and 24 AWG conductors for the power lines. The connectors are gold plated to ensure smooth, corrosion free connections.
These amazing Kevlar USB cables are built to outlast and outperform every gaming cable that's come before. Each cable is fitted with reinforced, robust aluminum connectors to withstand any and all bends, drops, pulls, and mishaps. The long flexible strain reliefs are designed to last, flexible enough to bend and turn under stress and long enough to handle odd angles. The colorful nylon-braided cables are internally reinforced with Kevlar to withstand more than 50,000 bends, twists, and turns. Perfect for even the most intense gaming environments.
High-Strength Aluminum Connectors: Designed to withstand forces up to 30 lbf (130N), these aluminum connectors were engineered to defy the rigors of odd bends and strains. It will take a force greater than 130N to get these connectors to even begin to bend.
Resilient and Flexible Strain Reliefs: Built with repeated gaming use in mind, these cables have longer and more flexible strain reliefs than traditional cables to ensure that the point where the cable meets the connector does not fail.
Nylon and Kevlar® Reinforced Cable: Tested to last over 50,000 bends, the nylon-wrapped, Kevlar-reinforced cable allows for heavy use without any connection issues or failures. Despite twists, tweaks, or turns, these cables will never let up.
Fast 2.4A Charging: Keep any device with a Micro USB Type-B input fully charged twice as fast with a massive 2.4A power boost.
3ft USB 2.0 A Male to Micro USB Cable
The majority of todays cellphones (excluding Apple) tend to use one proprietary type of cable and that is the micro USB. It is used for data transfer and charging. Essentially, all of the major wireless carriers in the United States — Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint — as well as prepaid networks offer this type of cable and charger with their smartphones. It is also used by the next generation of video game controllers, namely Xbox One and PS4.
TRRS (aka 4-Pole) 3.5mm Audio Jacks are becoming more and more common. Whether it's your smartphone's headset socket or your new laptop's audio-and-microphone combination jack, TRRS is here to stay. With this compact splitter, you can now connect regular stereo headset microphones straight in, with clearly labeled 'headphone' and 'microphone' sockets.
This adapter converts any headset which uses two 3.5mm male jacks into a single TRRS combination audio/microphone plug for use with a wide variety of phones, tablets, laptops and multimedia devices. It is particularly useful for the PS4 USB Sound Card that is ioncluded with our CronusMAX PLUS. Great for use with Skype apps, gaming with voice chat and other VOIP systems which use a 4-Pole 3.5mm input. Wired for the CTIA standard on the TRRS plug. There's plenty of room between the female sockets for just about any 3.5mm plug barrels to sit side by side!
Stereo Note: It's worth noting that these adapters reverse the left and right audio channels. We are not sure why, but it seems most TRRS adapters seem to be wired this way.
The stereo and mic cables are joined by their PVC jacket, but can be separated further if necessary. Helpfully colour coded with green for headphones and red for mic, this can be used with all standard TRRS headsets and connects to Laptops, sound cards or other devices with stereo and mic sockets, including newer devices that have the TRRS 4 pole standard audio input/output standard such as Apple® and Dell® laptops.
Identify your Audio Plug
Once upon a time, what we now see as stereo jacks or headphone sockets were used in the telephone switchboards of the 19th century. Now, we have three main sizes measured by their diameter; 6.5mm, 3.5mm and 2.5mm, plus three major plug configurations:
T = Tip, R = Ring, S = Sleeve
These days it's generally easier and more accurate to refer to each type by their Tip/Ring/Sleeve configuration to avoid any misunderstanding, especially when balanced audio is taken into account. This description works for all three sizes, so don't be put off that our diagrams show 3.5mm and not 6.5mm...
Stereo Plus Microphone
Even now, the most common place to find an audio jack is on your MP3 player or personal computer. Just plug in your headphones and off you go. Both mono and stereo audio have been standardised for a long time to ensure equipment compatibility between analogue systems - even when adapted to RCA.
In the socket, the contacts which touch the plug haven't moved, and they're always connected (from top to bottom) as Left, Right, Ground in the case of a stereo jack.
When it came time to add in a microphone channel, things went a little pear-shaped because there were two schools of thought on how to wire up the connections. One called CTIA, and another known as OMTP. Some manufacturers chose to change the socket in order to make the sleeve contact as the ground line (OMTP), while others chose to leave the ground contact where it was and squeeze the new channel in on the sleeve (CITA).
As you can see from the above diagram, there was a benefit to keeping the ground contact position unchanged, and this is the solution we see most often in headsets for personal computers, iPhones and many other smartphone and tablet brands. This was arguably the 'first' standard (CITA).
3ft USB 2.0 A Male to Mini USB Cable