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The Livewire Essential Stereo 3.5 mm Female TRS to Mono 1/4" Male TS Adapter allows you to use your favorite headphones with pro-level mixers, amplifiers and more. This low-profile adapter converts a standard 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack to a mono 1/4" plug, enabling you to monitor mixes, practice and compose in private. Measuring at a space-efficient 1.5" long, the Essential Stereo Adapter is a must have for any musician, producer or audio engineer seeking high-quality connectivity in a streamlined package.

Connects Stereo Headphones to Pro Gear

With the Livewire Essential stereo adapter, you can connect your stereo headphones equipped with a 3.5 mm jack to professional mixing consoles, instrument amplifiers, audio interfaces and other equipment outfitted with 1/4" inputs. This allows you to keep your headphones of choice for personal monitoring, listening and practicing while taking advantage of the expanded I/O and superior sound quality of pro-level gear.

Compact Yet Durable Design

Measuring just 1.5" long, the Livewire Essential stereo adapter is highly compact, so it won't add bulk to your headphone cable or take up excess space in your gear bag. Despite its small size, this adapter is built to handle the rigors of live performance and studio use thanks to its durable cable connector. You can rest assured your headphones will remain securely connected during any application.

Experience the convenience and connectivity of the Livewire Essential Stereo 3.5 mm Female TRS to Mono 1/4" Male TS Adapter. This compact yet high-performance adapter lets you use your favorite stereo headphones with virtually any 1/4" jack, enabling you to listen, create and collaborate with the gear of your choice.

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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