Linsoul IEM Cable Adapters
Linsoul IEM Cable Adapters
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These Linsoul adapters are an easy way to change the termination on your cables without needing to make a full cable swap. Featuring five different terminations, they support a wide range of different jacks ... Read More

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LuckyLuke575
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Jul 12, 2019
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I'd really like to make my T3 cable with is 3.5 mm TRS to 2.5 mm TRRS balanced to play with my FiiO Q1 Mk II, but I'm scared of burning the amp!? I can't see how a TRS termination can be converted to a TRRS with an adapter? The TRS only has 3 poles, so I can't see how the common negative can be split. It sucks that the T3 comes with a beautiful super premium 8 core cable, but then only 3.5 mm TRS termination. It would have made more sense to have it 2.5 mm balanced and then include an adapter in the box to make it 3.5 mm TRS :(
Jul 12, 2019
SooSunny
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Jul 11, 2019
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Dear Sir I wanted 2.5mm female to 3.5mm Male, but my 2.5mm Male is a balance Jack and wanted a normal 3.5mm TRS Jack, wonder whether this is the correct cables.
Jul 11, 2019
SooSunny
15
Jul 12, 2019
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That right, thinking that this product might do the job. Thanks.
Jul 12, 2019
SooSunny
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Jul 12, 2019
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Thanks I have more understanding..👍
Jul 12, 2019
iamkn
7
Jul 10, 2019
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Hello, any pro out there who would be able to help? I'm wondering if using the adapter (4.4mm jack 3.5mm socket) would make my TFZ No.3 (i.e. 3.5mm jack) sound better on a Fiio M11's 4.4mm output? Thank you in advance!
Jul 10, 2019
divadyhl
0
Jul 11, 2019
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3.5mm jack needs to be a balanced type before you can adapt it to a 4.4mm on Fiio M11. If your 3.5mm is a single ended type, and you try to use an adapter to convert to balanced, to use a balanced source, you will spoil your iems/headphones.
Jul 11, 2019
iamkn
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Jul 12, 2019
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@divadyhl @The01player Thank you kind souls T.T I actually didn't know about all these! Learnt new things
Jul 12, 2019
chungjun
5
Jul 10, 2019
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Perhaps “male” and “female” to describe the various options would make it less confusing? Correct me if I’m wrong :- jack = male socket = female Is my understanding correct?
Jul 10, 2019
The01player
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Jul 10, 2019
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Jul 10, 2019
bigshel
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Jul 10, 2019
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correct.. rumor has it that this is also how audiophiles learn about "the birds and the bees"... hehehe
Jul 10, 2019
Plchiong
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Jul 9, 2019
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Want to use a Sennheiser HD6XX or a Grado RS2E with Sony NW-ZX300A. Will the 4.4mm (Jack) to 2.5mm (Socket) works for this combination. Just want to make sure it will not damage the player or headphones.
Jul 9, 2019
divadyhl
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Jul 12, 2019
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The default cable that ships with the HD6xx if I'm not wrong is unbalanced. So you are looking to get a balanced cable first, and then getting the right connectors/adapters for your device. On the ZX300A your headphones will be definitely driven better via the 4.4mm balanced connection. The power out of the balanced connection on most portable devices is about two times higher than the single ended connection typically.
Jul 12, 2019
Plchiong
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Jul 12, 2019
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Thanks for the response and clarification again. I guess for the Sennheiser HD6XX I am looking for a balanced cable first. I should just look for a balanced cable terminating to a 4.4mm jack and skip the adapter. As for the Grado RS2E, I am out of luck. It has an unbalanced cable and it is not removable. I just have to keep on using the 3.5mm socket for it.
Jul 12, 2019
PaulNS
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Jul 8, 2019
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Would like a right-angle option on jack..
Jul 8, 2019
rock140
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Jul 8, 2019
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I got one from the Linsoul website when I ordered it with the Tin hifi P1. I got the 3.5M trs to 4.4F trrs. It works fine. I think what the product description means is that it's the receiver first adapter, then source.
Jul 8, 2019
J_December_why
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Jul 8, 2019
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Unbalanced confusions and balanced questions, they are.
Jul 8, 2019
wfmsiekierka
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Jul 8, 2019
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I also do not understand, 3.5mm jack to 4.4mm jack? How? If it is a construction that allows you to get a balanced exit from the unbalanced, I buy it, maybe someone can help me to understand how you can get unbalanced for a balanced?
Jul 8, 2019
The01player
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Jul 9, 2019
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Balanced can take an unbalanced signal, thats why these terminate to unbalanced 3.5mm. The other options are balanced to balanced, which is just a difference in plug size.
Jul 9, 2019
Calaverasgrande
1040
Jul 8, 2019
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why is there no shield or cable sheath/jacket? This just looks like a fragile piece of junk.
Jul 8, 2019
Victorfabius
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Jul 9, 2019
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My links do not mention shielding being snake oil for a reason. Shielding isn't snake oil; it actually works, which you know as an IT engineer. You'll also know that you don't need STP cable for every install because it just doesn't make sense. You're not going to get a whole lot of EM or RF interference in say, a corporate office or home environment. Plus, you'd ideally want to ground the STP (otherwise, why bother?). Throughout my workplace, for example, it's UTP all the way. In your location, it might be different and you need that STP. Related, but irrelevant question: for what instances would soldering be utilized on an STP network cable? What's the use case there? Still, that wasn't my point in talking about snake oil: I'm talking about audio cables. My apologies if this was not clear. Let's get back on track. Let's take these Linsoul adapters here. I stand by my opinion that it's snake oil for these to have shielding. I don't believe there's any tangible benefit. (I include headphone and IEM cables in this as well.) I agree that many devices, particularly mobile communication devices and audio players (portable and desktop) emit some form of electromagnetic interference. I mention these relevant electronics because they're what this adapter is going to plug into. So let me ask this: how much strength from what distance is that signal going to need to interfere with this Linsoul cable, which we'll call ,10 meter or 4 inches. You're going to have to show me the math that a smartphone or audio player (portable or desktop) is capable of putting out the kind of signal that would audibly interfere with this cable. Show me your reasoning and sources, I'll admit you're right and maybe learn a thing in the process. While we're still on the topic, I don't think shielding on a ,10 meter $25 IEM adapter is a particularly realistic expectation. Your questioning the lack of sheath/jacket is much more apropos.
Jul 9, 2019
Shoujin
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Jul 12, 2019
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If you are intending to use this adapter on the input side of an amplified circuit then your argument about missing shielding is legitimate because any noise picked up in the cable will get amplified along with the signal (unless using a true balanced circuit for common mode noise rejection) and completely destroy the signal-to-noise ratio. However, if you are intending to use this adapter on the output side of an amplified circuit between the amplifier and a passive load (i.e. a speaker/transducer) then shielding is typically unnecessary because of the massive difference in energy level between the signal and any induced noise. In fact, it is usually preferable for output cable runs in audio systems to be unshielded. This is because the presence of a shield adds an additional capacitive component to the overall load circuit seen by the amplifier which can cause very odd distortion and in rare cases can damage the amplifier.
Jul 12, 2019
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