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TNP 3.5mm TRS to XLR Adapter Cable (15FT) - Male to Male Stereo XLR Pinout Breakout Y Adapter Splitter Dual XLR to 3.5mm 1/8" TRS Auxiliary AUX Headphone Audio Jack Plug Converter Wire Cord $29.99

TNP 3.5mm TRS to XLR Adapter Cable (15FT) - Male to Male Stereo XLR Pinout Breakout Y Adapter...

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TNP HDMI Switch with Audio Out Extractor Splitter - HDMI to HDMI + Optical Toslink SPDIF + RCA Stereo L/R Audio Output Digital to Analog Sound Converter Video Audio Switcher Box Hub with Remote $42.99

TNP HDMI Switch with Audio Out Extractor Splitter - HDMI to HDMI + Optical Toslink SPDIF + RCA...

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iHome | Retractable 2-foot Male to Male Audio Cable - White (See More Colors) $27.88

iHome | Retractable 2-foot Male to Male Audio Cable - White (See More Colors)

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VOLUME MAKER RunBuds - Bluetooth True Wireless Sweatproof Running Earbuds ( U.S. Retailer ). $199.99

VOLUME MAKER RunBuds - Bluetooth True Wireless Sweatproof Running Earbuds ( U.S. Retailer ).

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Phantomx Latest Coaxial Optical Cable Toslink RCA Digital to Analog Audio Converter $39.99

Phantomx Latest Coaxial Optical Cable Toslink RCA Digital to Analog Audio Converter

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Phantomx 2x Stereo 6.3mm 1/4" Female to Mono 6.3mm 1/4" Male Audio Adapter Headphone Gold $29.99

Phantomx 2x Stereo 6.3mm 1/4" Female to Mono 6.3mm 1/4" Male Audio Adapter Headphone Gold

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DC Coupler Female to Female F/F 5.5mm x 2.1mm Barrel Jack Power Connector Plug $36.99

DC Coupler Female to Female F/F 5.5mm x 2.1mm Barrel Jack Power Connector Plug

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New AV 3 RCA Audio Video Female to Female Jack Coupler Adapter 3RCA Connector $36.99

New AV 3 RCA Audio Video Female to Female Jack Coupler Adapter 3RCA Connector

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Quartz [02/05/15, via Quartz]
RadioShack was the Starbucks of the '80s and then it ran out of batteries By the late '80s, RadioShack's parent company, Tandy, operated roughly 7,000 stores in the US. According to Andrea Butter and David Pogue's book, Piloting Palm, over 90% of Americans were within five minutes of a RadioShack store. And Americans dropped [...]

Fast Company [02/06/15, via Fast Company]
Look How Awesome RadioShack Was In The 1980s For decades, RadioShack published omnipresent catalogs hawking their computer and electronics wares. The last one was published in 2003, at exactly the same time that the Internet was changing the contours of commerce and making it much cheaper for [...]

Fortune [02/03/15, via Fortune]
Techies remember Radio Shack Radio Shack (rsh, +0.00%) is on its last legs, reportedly in talks to shut down and sell its storefronts to companies like Sprint (s, +0.08%) and Amazon (amzn, +2.66%). For many technologists, this is much more than just the loss of another strip mall [...]

Condé Nast Traveler [06/07/17, via Condé Nast Traveler]
11 Road Trip Essentials "I pack a splitter for headphones, in case the kids really get bored and want to watch a movie on one device or listen to music in the car that we don't want to listen to." –Pilar Guzmán, Editor in Chief. "All of the Harry Potter books on tape. I grew [...]

I gotta find a headphone splitter before the podcast tonight. But radio shack don't exist anymore

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Look How Awesome RadioShack Was In The 1980s - Fast Company

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For young geeks and nerds in the 1980s, there was one undisputed truth: RadioShack was an awesome place. For decades, RadioShack published omnipresent catalogs hawking their computer and electronics wares. The last one was published in 2003, at exactly the same time that the Internet was changing the contours of commerce and making it much cheaper for anyone to buy stereo wires or headphone splitters—with the caveat that you’d have to wait a few... A wonderful site called Radio Shack Catalogs contains scans of RadioShack catalogs dating back to 1939 and is, as we can attest, a wonderful Internet timesuck. But this one scan from their 1989 catalog shows.

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Oliver Cole – Weapons of Choice - Goldenplec Music News

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“I was lucky I had older siblings,” says Oliver Cole, as he begins to recount his personal journey as a musician growing up in Kells. I had a brother, who had a heavy metal band & they used to rehearse in the garage above our house, so I was always around music. From an early age I was trying to play music, I was always of the mindset ‘I can do better than that’. As soon as I started picking out notes on the piano I was writing songs, I wasn’t trying to learn anyone else’s songs. On my first day I must have written about ten songs, even though I didn’t know how to play the thing, it was just terrible. Some people just want to watch the magic but from the moment I heard music I wanted to do it. ". “I see it with my students,” says Cole, who is currently passing on his musical knowledge as a tutor in BIMM. There was the guitar player in my brother’s band but he didn’t.

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Help Us Out: What Have You Bought at RadioShack? Come, let us pick your brain in our latest survey. (It's short!) We want to know if you've made a purchase in the past year at RadioShack, and if not, what you think people are buying round those parts. Click here to take the survey. [...]

[09/17/15, via amazon.com]
iMBAPrice® (Pack of 2) 6" 3.5mm Stereo Male to Two RCA Male Splitter Cable It doesn't with my iPad's, but then again, only very small headphone cords (I don't mean 3.5mm cables ... Items like this once meant an automatic trip to the local Radio Shack. Unfortunately, just as with many trips to 'the shack' over the past few years ... [...]

[02/16/15, via amazon.com]
iMBAPrice® 6 Feet 3.5mm Stereo Male to Two RCA Male Splitter Cable It doesn't with my iPad's, but then again, only very small headphone cords (I don't mean 3.5mm cables ... Items like this once meant an automatic trip to the local Radio Shack. Unfortunately, just as with many trips to 'the shack' over the past few years ... [...]

[02/15/15, via San Jose Mercury News]
Radio Shack closing: Wozniak, Nolan Bushnell remember geeks' haven Eventually, they all needed a 9-pin null modem adapter, a capacitor or a VGA plug to get their startups off the ground, and so they made their way to Radio Shack ... a signal splitter for your Sony Betamax or a 50-foot cord for your headphones. [...]

[02/05/15, via realcleartechnology.com]
RadioShack was the Starbucks of the 80s RadioShack started out as a store in Boston for ham radio enthusiasts, but eventually grew into ... a new resistor for a fuse, stereo wire, a headphone splitter or a new VCR, you went to RadioShack. [...]

Radio Shack closing: Wozniak, Nolan Bushnell remember geeks' haven

It was the corner hardware store of the tech revolution, a nerd fountainhead for the do-it-yourselfers who invented Silicon Valley. Eventually, they all needed a 9-pin null modem adapter, a capacitor or a VGA plug to get their startups off the ground, and so they made their way to Radio Shack. "I remember going up and down the rows at Radio Shack just looking at resistors," said Steve Wozniak, who built the first Apple computer by hand, then co-founded the most successful electronics company...

6 family travel headaches — solved!

updated 10/5/2007 1:48:30 PM ET2007-10-05T17:48:30 When I got into the travel business back in the '90s, I had no idea where it would take me, but over the years, I've come to specialize in a couple of niche markets: family travel and single-parent travel (in that order, thanks to a divorce in 2000). I have done many television and radio interviews on these topics over the years, and the same six questions keep popping up. So if you are getting a headache trying to figure...

Cut down on cables

Earlier this week, I covered a tip for lightening your travel load by making your AirPort Express Base Station serve double duty as a USB charger. But another place you can cut back is cables, which, collectively, can add a surprising amount of weight to your laptop bag—not to mention more than a little clutter.The challenge for me—and for many road warriors, I’d bet—is that I hate to be on a trip and realize that I don’t have the right cable for something I need to do. So as much as I want...

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Entire product lines of smartphones, tablets, netbooks and laptops come with the smallest and lowest powered speakers available. Most do not come with a simple set of headphones. The following sets of speakers and earphones are separated into three categories that are Good, Better and Best. The overall best audio device in this roundup should serve you and your music collection well.With these speakers, there should be enough sound to go around. Be warned though, you may just break out and...