Griffin DJ Cable
Griffin DJ Cable
Made for the djay app by Algoriddim, DJ Cable is wired to enable djay's Split Output function, so you can cue up independently of the speaker mix.
With Split Output mode enabled, djay sends the master output to the left channel, and the cue output to the right channel. This lets you cue songs through your headphones independently of the mix that's going through the speakers. At the same time, you can hear everything that's going on.
With gold connectors for improved conductivity and a better signal, DJ Cable also has a braided exterior for added durability.
- Headphone and master output splitter cable
- Wired to enable Split Output mode
- Hear both the speaker mix and the song you're cueing
- Connectors for a speaker system, headphones and your iOS device's audio jack
- Gold connectors for increased conductivity and signal
- Braided exterior for durability
Did you notice?Gold connectors give this cable improved conductivity and thus a much better signal.
Apple Recommends ForDJs who want to take full advantage of djay’s Split Output mode.
What's in the Box?
- Griffin DJ Cable
- Cable type: 3.5mm to 3.5mm
- Mfr. Part Number: GC35873
- UPC or EAN No.: 685387363049
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Answers from the community
Will this splitter cable allow two people to hear sound from an iPad?
- Asked by Eric G
- Mar 14, 2013
No answers yet
Can this cable work for other djay software or just algoriddim/djay?
- Asked by Gaia O from Humpty Doo
- Dec 31, 2012
It will work with other apps as long as they have a "split audio output" or similar setting.
- Answered by Tim W from Elwood
- Feb 4, 2013