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Pin Breakage Reduction - Fishbone TRRS adapter


Fishbone Pin Breakage Reduction TRRS adapter
AVID Fishbone TRRS adapter


 
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This flexible breakaway TRRS adapter helps prevent pin breakage inside expensive electronic devices when a student pulls, mistakenly yanks the cord, or when a device falls on the ground. Inspired by the swimming motion of fish, the Fishbone bends in the middle across the ribs while rotating in the device’s jack. This flex and bend reorients the Fishbone’s jack in the direction of the pulling force allowing the headphone pin to disengage without causing damage.
Our Price: $2.50


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The Fishbone TRRS adapter is AVID’s response to the pin breakage problem experienced across the audio industry by schools and companies of all sizes. This flexible breakaway TRRS adapter helps prevent pin breakage inside expensive electronic devices when a student pulls or mistakenly yanks the cord or when a device falls on the ground. Inspired by the swimming motion of fish, the Fishbone bends in the middle across the ribs while rotating in the device’s jack. This flex and bend reorients the Fishbone’s jack in the direction of the pulling force allowing the headphone pin to disengage without causing damage. The Fishbone is part of a targeted approach to increasing time on learning by reducing technology failure. This product complies with applicable CPSIA and TPCH regulations.

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5 of 5 September 27, 2018
Reviewer: Johnson Elementary School from Scottsburg, IN United States  
My favorite item.  These adapters have made work much easier with the broken headphones in the ports.  If they do break, I would rather lose a $2.50 adapter than a $10 + headphone.  They are wonderful!

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