got about 6 of them in collection now. 4 out of 6 are of screw-on variety while the two others are ones you just click on. My NuForce HDP purchase included a very solidly built one actually, so I use that for anything I need the adaptor for.
most of mine were actually so that people could plug their iPods into the sound board at the club I was working at, which obviously didn't accept 3.5mm cables. I think I only have 3 or 4 that came from headphones.
Yes, that makes sense, fjrabon. My brother has one that is barely larger than the 6.3mm plug. It's pretty solid, I'd say. I used it to test out the headphone out on my parent's stereo when I was visiting.
Originally Posted by dorkvader /img/forum/go_quote.gif Yes, that makes sense, fjrabon. My brother has one that is barely larger than the 6.3mm plug. It's pretty solid, I'd say. I used it to test out the headphone out on my parent's stereo when I was visiting.
Of course the screw on one is pretty solid.
now that I remember it, it was actually because all I had was a 1/4" to RCA adapter, so I needed another adapater to make the cable I had for hooking up DAP's work. And then that adapter got lost like 15 times. When we tore down the stand, I found like 15 1/4" -> 3.5mm adapters. Along with all kinds of other stuff. I even found a pair of totally messed up DT770's. I was excited at first, but then I realized they were totally fried and probably 500 gallons of beer had been spilled on them over the years, as they were under the booth's stand, where a drain was situated.