Date Joined: 02/08/05
Pros: I use these for hours every day, and they are still going. The quality is reasonable, and they let me be mobile while listening to computer text-to-speech, podcasts, audio books, and some music.
Cons: They will fall off if you bend over to quickly, or try to work out with them. They are subject to some static, because they are in a frequency range which is shared with older cordless phones, Etc - for me, this is a minimal issue, it never gets in the way of what I'm trying to do.
Overall Review: Good product for a good price.
Pros: Sounds better, and the connection is more stable, than other manufacturers I've tried.
Cons: The molding keeps this from connecting to my iPhone, which is in a clamshell case. I plan to sand the molding down a bit, but if that is not appealing, you may want to look at other cables if you will be connecting to a device with tight clearance around the 3.5mm jack. I notice a slight lack of audio quality (drop in volume) compared to another cable which I've owned for years.
Overall Review: IF it weren't for the molding being a bit thick, I would add another star to this review.
Pros: It's the correct length (thanks to the other reviewer for the hint about length not including the connectors). The connectors fit well in my iPhone, even when the iPhone is inside of a clamshell case. The price is decent, but see below...
Cons: The connection is not stable - a little movement of the wire, will cause the audio to fade, or lose definition (a channell, or stereo, will drop out). I don't really know if this is the connectors, how they are molded, or the wire itself. I purchased two of these and they both behave the same way. I have tested with multiple devices (iPhone and voice recorder) connecting to multiple systems (car aux input, and home receiver input).
Overall Review: I will use these where I can, because they are not worth paying to ship them back. I wouldn't recommend these as a new purchase though.