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In Reply to: RE: You're thinking the same way I am, Duster posted by 1973shovel on June 21, 2017 at 16:27:41
Indeed. While the molded connectors of either type of adapter tend to be very sub par, at least the conductors, dielectric, and geometry of a good pair of rca interconnects will be better and provide better SQ than the typical cheap coaxial cable that Y-adapters tend to feature, with the only downside being an additional connector interface.
He didn't specifically mention he wanted an interconnect , so my mind's eye was picturing something like the adapters we both chose, except with three male RCA plugs. That didn't make any sense to me, which is why I asked.
I agree with you, the adapter, with good quality interconnects, should give better performance than a cheaply made single to dual channel interconnect.
"Suddenly, I'm not half the man I used to be. 'Cause now I'm an amputee" J. Lennon
An rca Y-adapter tends to imply a splitter with an integral cable involved, while an rca adapter tends to imply an I/O splitter, without any wire involved.
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