Hi, I was wondering if this Nextech gold plated, Male to Female 3.5mm 6ft extension cord (from The Source Canada) has a copper stereo wire & shielding all along the cord? It says "shielded" but not if that is just the connector or the whole cord. It also doesn't say if the wire inside is copper.
I even tried The Source support and they couldn't find the answer. I was hoping someone here might know.
Can't say specifically but usually it would mean that the cable has a shield.
Copper would be the most common material for the conductors. How pure that copper is and whether it is plated is another question. Aluminum would be a surprise and silver would be very expensive.
Since I wasn't sure I went with a Monoprice cable. They seem to have good reviews on Amazon.
Thanks for the input
Edit: WOW the Monoprice cable I got has a super thick cord and it even has what is more or less 2 separate cords joined together, both really thick! I assume the 2 separate wires are for stereo left and right signals?