Reddit Reddit reviews Hosa YPP-118 1/4" TRS to Dual 1/4" TRSF Y Cable

We found 28 Reddit comments about Hosa YPP-118 1/4" TRS to Dual 1/4" TRSF Y Cable. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Hosa YPP-118 1/4
This cable is designed to duplicate a stereo signalIt is ideal for use as a headphone adaptor, adapting one headphone jack to two headphonesConnector(s): 1/4 in TRS to Dual 1/4 in TRSF
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28 Reddit comments about Hosa YPP-118 1/4" TRS to Dual 1/4" TRSF Y Cable:

u/salajander · 3 pointsr/flying

It's a GoPro. The rentals at my school have the clip-in GoPro mounts in the ceilings of all their planes, so it's easy to pop your own camera in and go.

I'm recording the audio using this 1/4 inch TRS to Dual 1/4 inch TRSF Y cable. My headset plugs into one side, I plug this into the other, and connect it to this digital voice recorder.

After flying, I load in the GoPro clips and the audio recording and sync up the sound, then export.

u/mrbubbles916 · 3 pointsr/flying

I don't have that cable but if you still run into problems maybe try the setup I got.

GoPro adapter

Splitter - Allows to share a jack with a headset.


This setup works great for me.

u/ClarksonianPause · 2 pointsr/flying

my setup is pretty easy:

  • I have a Y-Jack that connects to my headset & plugs into the comms port. One wire goes to the headset, the other gets plugged into my audio recorder.

  • I have a 1/4 to 1/8 inch cable that allows the headset to be plugged into my audio recorder.

  • Finally, the audio recorder itself.

    I then match the audio to the video in post-production.

u/Valiant_Panda · 2 pointsr/rocksmith

Hi, I noticed you were asking about the splitter setup. I've been playing this way since I first got the game a year ago and love it. I'll try to give as much info as possible.

I have this splitter

I plug the "male" end into my bass, then plug the RealTone cable and just a regular 1/4 guitar cable male ends into the female ends of the splitter. The USB end of the RealTone cable gets plugged into the PC/PS4/XBOX as normal and the guitar cable gets plugged into your amp/pedals/whatever. I much prefer this setup as I can barely hear myself when just relying on the ingame audio. Word of warning, this device seems to be a hit and miss on whether it will work, but I figured for such a small price it wasn't too much of a risk.

I'm not versed in the use of the more complex splitters, but hoped this helped somewhat

u/NathanDouglas · 2 pointsr/edrums

If you're okay with the additional toms being single-zone, I know my Yamaha DTX-500 (I think) supports using splitters to double the tom ports.

In other words, I have six toms hooked up, two to each tom port. They currently trigger the same MIDI notes, but only because I haven't really figured out what I'm going to do with them. Note that's done with dual mono -> stereo cables.

I'm also duplicating my crash (just convenient to have one on the left and right) and the double bass pedals, FWIW. Those are done with dual stereo -> stereo cables. Each side has the same zones, but who cares?

So, anyway, I have a decent number of triggers on the head unit I started with. Only complaint is that I had to upgrade my rack, which is now some Frankenstein-ish thing.

u/lyzing · 2 pointsr/audiophile

You need 2 male to female y adapters out of the mixer for either XLR or 1/4 depending on which output you use. Run a wire from each output of the Y to the sub and to the monitors.


Then you would need either XLR to RCA or TRS to RCA adapters to go from the splitter to the subwoofer.

u/ullulator · 2 pointsr/Elektron

If you're going to DIY it like I suggest, just watch out for mislabelled cables. I see it a lot. The "insert" cable which is the one coming out of the A4 needs to be tip/ring. Ignore the terminology and as long as the 2 ends are different colours, you'll be fine.
Not this:

The second cable simply duplicates the input to both outputs.
After that, simply use mono cables to get into the MS-20.

u/Konstantine_13 · 2 pointsr/audiophile

There's your issue! That is a mono only cable. I'm pretty sure that output on the Behringer is stereo so you will need to use a 1/4" TRS y-splitter. That will take the stereo signal and split it into L+R. Then you would just connect each speaker to the corresponding L or R output. Or however that works with those speakers. Looks like you may just connect both cables to the one speaker and daisy chain to the second. Either way you will need to split that stereo TRS into 2 (L+R) TS.

u/magnumtobaggan · 2 pointsr/AnimalCollective

something like this?

u/bambooclad · 2 pointsr/audiophile

Grado 1/4" Stereo Male to Twin Stereo 1/4" Female Y Adapter Cable?

They can also build a custom single 1/4" Stereo Male to 1/4" Female but it will cost 4X more...

Hosa is much cheaper...


u/ChuckEye · 2 pointsr/Guitar

To add to my post last night, this should do it, I think.

u/maclaren4l · 2 pointsr/flying

Did a little bit more looking into integrating audio for future reference to other redditors if you plan to use your Yi brand camera(s) (or USB Type C connection) inside the cabin (to directly input cables on the camera).

Audio cable:


Optional if you plan to use same socket for your mic and for the camera (Splitter):

Forewarning: This is based on my research, I have not tried this yet. But I plan to and will update this thread.

u/eyeinthesky45 · 1 pointr/flying

Which GoPro do you have? In any case you can find ready made adapters that will get you your radio/intercom audio on the video but they're all way overpriced in my opinion (~$50). You can do it yourself for way cheaper. If you have an older GoPro that has a 3.5mm audio port you can just get something like this and this and you'd be all set. Just run the cable from the splitter into your GoPro mic port (if you don't have a passenger just plug the cable straight into that side for better audio and don't use the splitter). If you have a new GoPro like I do that has the USB mic port you'll need this too.

Full disclosure I haven't had an opportunity to try this yet in the airplane but I see no reason why it wouldn't work perfectly.

u/score_ · 1 pointr/headphones
u/batlin27 · 1 pointr/flying

Wow, I actually agree with PM for once, the original post seems greatly exaggerated. Go up with the instructor one more time, buy one of these and record you flight along with ATC audio and post it so we can hear it.

Audio Cable

y-cable / splitter

u/Cjcooley · 1 pointr/flying

> Optional if you plan to use same socket for your mic and for the camera (Splitter):

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think you'd use the splitter for the headphones, not the mic.

u/FilthyTerrible · 1 pointr/Guitar

Well in this hypothetical, assuming my friend doesn't live in a van down by the river, couldn't we share his amp, iPhone, tablet or computer while we jam? But if you're going to jam with your friend at his house and he only has a single input on his amp, perhaps he was equally foolish and bought a Fender frontman 10G then I guess I need a 1/4" Y splitter for $5.00.

But if that's what I do, if that's how I play guitar, then there are other types of gear I'd spend money on:

Any of these three purchases are for gear that I will use and reuse if I become a professional musician. The Frontman 10G, I will discard into the trash bin when I get a good practice amp or rig.

u/Hunterlanier03 · 1 pointr/Guitar

Well you will need a solder iron and some solder. And the proper replacement jack (it can be any jack of you want they are all do the samething.) You also need to look into how to SAFELY discharge the filter capacitors in an amp if you don't do this the electric shock could easy knock you out and in some cases people have died, but that only happens with big 100w-200w amp heads so you will probably be fine if something goes wrong. (Disclaimer I'm not responsible if you do hurt yourself). Now once you do that it will be as easy as taking the old jack out and putting a new one in. Now this is the proper way if you want a work around that involves little to no nwork here is what you do. Buy a cable spliter like this one
And an adapter like this one and plug that stuff in and your good to go!

u/cdroid93 · 1 pointr/audiophile

> ableton can only route audio out of one of them (at a time)

That can't be a problem with Ableton, is that a restriction of your interface?
Ableton should be able to do stereo outs like any other DAW...

Yes you can split a balanced signal:

But I wouldn't do it that way. You really should be mixing in Stereo.

u/luke1042 · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

Ideally you would use two aux sends if the mixer has it. You could also use something like [this] ( to just split the aux send into two outputs if the mixer you want to use will only have one aux send.

u/BeardedAlbatross · 1 pointr/BudgetAudiophile

> any alternatives to the A-100 that supports two headphones at once?

Not that has a great speaker amp and not for a reasonable price.

If you're using identical headphones and don't need to individually control the volume on each then you can just use a splitter to connect to the headphone jack on the A-100, something like this or this will work. The thing is a beast and can handle it. If you want different volume levels on each, well the A-100 has an "output" that just repeats the input signal and you can add a Schiit Magni or Fiio K5 headphone amp to it.


u/djbstee · 1 pointr/Beatmatch

How bout this one:

Hosa YPP118 1/4 TRS To Dual 1/4 TRS Female Y Cable

u/askem87 · 1 pointr/podcasting

I have that exact headphone splitter, it's cheap and works perfectly well.

It would be perfectly fine to daisy chain them... but probably a bit cumbersome (or 'a load of faff' to use a Britishism)

If you have a pair of identical headphones, you might be best off just buying the Behringer unit and a splitter cable to provide the extra output.
Something like this

(The reason you'd want identical headphones is because it ensures the volume will be the same between them, but it's not essential. You could just trial combinations of headphones until you find two that work together)

u/DylanJigglesquirt · 1 pointr/audiophile

so I have a schiit DAC and pre-amp/amp and I was wondering if a splitter like this would reduce the quality of the music coming through or if it would be pretty much the same. I'd be using two sennheiser headphones through it.


u/TriggerSoul · 1 pointr/rocksmith

Do you have an amp? You can set up your guitar to go through both the amp and the game using a headphone amplifider or a a female Y cable

I personally use the headphone amplifier setup and turn down the volume on my guitar in the game to 80, the music to 90 and crank up my amp on clean to actually hear what I'm playing ;)

u/AaronGNP · 0 pointsr/audioengineering