• Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black
  • Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black
  • Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black
  • Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black
  • Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black
  • Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black
Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black
Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black
Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black
Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black
Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black
Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black

Cable Matters USB C to Micro USB Cable (Micro USB to USB-C Cable) with Braided Jacket 3.3 Feet in Black

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  • MICRO USB TO USB C cable connects a computer with a Type-C port to a smartphone, tablet, digital camera or legacy USB peripheral device with the common Micro USB port; Low-profile and robust USBC to Micro USB Cable clicks into place for a snug and secure connection; Type-C USB to Micro-B cable supports Hi-Speed USB 2.0 data transfer rate up to 480 Mbps
  • LEGACY COMPANION USB C Cable to Micro USB for connecting a smartphone with Micro USB to a computer with Thunderbolt 3 such as the 2016 MacBook Pro; Connect a USB DAC such as the Fiio E18 to a phone with USB-C; Connect a PS4 game controller with Micro-USB to a computer with USB-C; Use an existing Micro-USB power bank to charge a phone with USB-C
  • BRAIDED JACKET DESIGN USB Type C to Micro USB Cable provides added durability and a distinctive look and feel; Lightweight USB C to USB Micro cable is easy to handle with a reversible USB Type C connector that plugs and unplugs easily without checking for the connector orientation
  • ENGINEERED TO LAST Micro USB to Type C Cable with a reinforced braided jacket, sturdy construction, and USB connectors with molded strain relief for frequent unplugging; Fully shielded USB-C to Micro-USB cable provides superior transmission performance and projects against EMI/RFI noise; Lifetime warranty and product support for this cable provides peace of mind when purchasing
  • USB MICRO TO USB C CABLE COMPATIBLE with smartphones such as the Google Nexus 5X, 6P, Google Pixel, HTC 10/Bolt, One Plus 2/3, Moto Z Droid/ Z Force, and ASUS ZenFone 3, Huawei P9/Honor 8/Mate 9

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Durable Cable With Good ShieldingUnlike the cheaper, plastic coated cables I've tried, this cable has a stiff, reinforced outer covering. This makes the cable stiffer than the others, but it is less likely to flex too much and suffer internal wiring breakage. I bought this cable for use with a stand-alone DAC for audio through USB-C. Again, the adapters with the DAC included were made with the cheap plastic casing, which meant the cable portion would flex too much and internal wiring would break, leaving one sound channel dead or intermittent. One other benefit of the stiffer outer casing of this cable is that it acts as a shield, resulting in less interference between nearby charging adapters and the sound signal inside this cable.If this cable were ever to fail, I would only have to replace the cable instead of also having to buy a new DAC or adapter, which saves me money in that event.5Suggest it can be used for a portal DAC which is probably true for a PC/MAC...but it is not OTG compliant/compatible, (granted it does not say it is OTG so that is on me for not reading through) I got it to go with my Fiio Q1 Mark II DAC to use on my Android phone.When I first got it I had a Google Pixel 4 XL, worked fine with that, the Pixel seemed to know what it was and what it needed to do with it, but then I recently picked up a Samsung Galaxy S20 and it would not work at all on it, it just kept taking over host and would not register as a audio device, just kept trying to charge it and it said this devices required a external power source.I did a bit more research/Googleing I found the proper cable I needed: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DLQ2XYZ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 <- this cable is an official Fiio cable and made to be used with a mobile device, get this one if you intend on using the Fiio Q1 Mark II on a Android device.This cable itself isn't bad just not what I needed for my use and didn't work with my new phone.4Didn't work for my application I needed to connect an external DAC to my 2018 Mac mini and I've used up the USB 3 inputs so decided to route the signal through one of the Thunderbolt ports. The Mac recognized the DAC the first time I used the cable then the next day it can't see the DAC unless I use the USB 3 ports. Thus cable is cheap enough I'll just find other uses for it.The construction looks good and it's quite flexible which I really like. But unfortunately it didn't work for my application. 3Cable works as expected!I m using this cable for fast charging with an Anker USB-C Wall charger, and an Anker wireless charging pad, and it works great!5Great quality so far.Nice quality wrapping, like Kevlar. I'm using it with a MacBook, specifically to power a Dual Shock 4 controller to use with the Sony Playstation remote play app. To use remote play, you have to connect the dual shock controller via a USB cable (no bluetooth support for remote play).It works great which is good because the Sony dual shock controllers are picky about microUSB cables.I also use this cable, combined with Apple's tiny Lightning to MicroUSB adapter, to charge IOS devices from my MacBook power brick (which is USB-C). The MacBook power brick is powerful (29W), and can charge an ipad or iphone quickly when used this way. In addition to fast charging, I only need to carry one power brick with me (the MacBook one), this cable and the original MacBook charging cable, and I can charge my MacBook or any IOS device (not at the same time though because there is only one USB-C port on the charger).5Poor quality, cable arrived with type-c connector crimped and unusableUnfortunately poor quality. I finally took this out of the bag a couple months after I purchased it and found the type-c connector crimped and deformed so it no longer plugs in. Check yours immediately after you receive it![edit] Thanks very much to Cable Matters for supplying me with a replacement. The replacement works great, and I can now take one small charger with me to charge my phone, laptop, and headphones for the long flights.5Another quality cable from Cable MattersThis is the second Cable Matters cable that I ve purchased and I continue to be impressed at the quality to cost ratio of these cables.The connectors are high quality and feature a nice matte plastic that is a bit rubberized or at least on the softer side. The connectors continue looking nice after long periods of time and do not become easily scratched up or cheap looking. The nylon braiding looks great and has just the right amount of give to it; even if it s been coiled up in a bag for a while it begins to relax very shortly after it s uncoiled. The strain relief areas of the connectors seem like they re built quite well and I haven t had any issues yet with the cable becoming crimped or damaged near the connector. I ve been using this one in particular pretty heavily since I use it to connect a mechanical keyboard to my laptop both at work and at home; the cable gets wrapped up and unwrapped at least twice a day and the area of the cable near the micro USB connector is actually bent at 90 degrees in some circumstances when I m using it.I would highly recommend purchasing these cables to anyone that doesn t want to spend a lot of money on a cable but wants quality and longevity.5Dangerous / faulty micro USB connectorDangerous micro USB connector sparked and melted.The first time this way used, charging a phone, the micro USB connector overheated and started to smoke. It was in a motorhome, fortunately a friend was sleeping and the smoke awoke him and stopped it before a full fire broke out. Unplugging it from the phone it sparked suggesting it had a short circuit.As well as ruining the cable on first use, this also damaged the phone charging connector beyond repair which is several hundred dollars to replace.Overall, extremely unsatisfied with this product.1Great way to solve a problem with sibling Rivalry I had a problem of my sons cables and charger getting stolen. So How did I fix that? I GOT THIS with the charger that only works with this cable."some older siblings" tends to steal his stuff, so I came up with a way so that it would be useless to them. My son hides the cable, and BOOM. No reason to steal the high power charger that I bought with this cable. WOrks great for Samsunbg tab PRO. 8.4Also. Greaet deal and FAST SHIPING!>iMIckey503 APPROVES! 5Outstanding cable from Cable MattersI have a late 2016 MBP with USB-C ports and an external AMP/DAC that sports a Micro-USB connection. For some reason this particular AMP/DAC tends to chew through USB-C to Micro USB cables like crazy. My current cable stopped working recently and I needed something new. I've bought cables from Cable Matters before and have always had good luck with them. This cable, so far, has been no exception. It's well-built, features gold-plated connectors, a braided jacket, EMI/RFI shielding, and thick, reinforced cable collars. The cable is holding up well so far. Will update in three months.5Great 'Transition' Cables to Tide Older Devices over the USB-C Adoption WaveThere aren't many reputable brands out there that manufacture USB-C to MircoUSB cables out there today but I'm glad that CableMatters is one of them . With the USB-C Interface slowly becoming mainstream which is expected make all other connectors (USB-A, USB-B etc) obsolete very soon - Many of you will find yourselves , Just like I found myself, stuck with as many as three different types of cables/charger types in your homes during this 'transition' period . We have a newer Macbook with USB-C connector , a Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 edge with older Mirco USB connectors and these cables were just what the doctor ordered so I purchased two of them for our household.Performance-------------------Not all cables are created equal , in-fact a cheap or poorly manufactured cable can severely limit the amount of current it can carry and charge your devices as slower speeds no matter how powerful your charger is.Thus, I tested these cables for their quick charge performance using a USB-C Quick charger and compared its performance to the OEM Samsung Charger using a top of the line Anker Powerline 20AWG cable, A Samsung OEM Cable and measured if the CableMatters cables performed as good as them. The power readings were taken using a wall socket power monitor (see pics)CableMatters Cable Supplied Power = 14.8 Watts i.e ( 1.65 A at 9 Volts)Anker PowerLine Cable Supplied Power = 14.2 Watts i.e (1.57 A at 9 Volts)Samsung OEM Cable Supplied Power = 14.8 Watts i.e (1.65A at 9 Volts)As you can see that the CableMatters cable performs as good , if not better than a top of the line premium 20AWG or OEM CablesThe Good----------------- Nylon braided construction gives the cable good resistance to wear and tear due to bends- Performs as good as the one of the top of the line 20AWG & OEM Mirco USB cables- Small connectors means it should be able fit through most cases even the ones with small openings- Both USB-C and Mirco USB-B connectors fit securely- Lifetime warranty means peace of mind should they fail at any timeNot So Good--------------------- None at this price point really, But if I were to nit pick the smallest of the details then - As the nylon braiding adds rigidity, they arent very flexible. This is expected howeverOverall I am very happy with my purchase and can definitely recommend these cables to you If you have multiple devices in your home with USB-C and Micro USB connectors and dont want to use or carry around 2 separate chargers for them for travel etc. They are a perfect fit as a transition cable as USB-C becomes mainstream5The USB-C connector is too tight for a MacBook Pro (2018)One of main benefits of usb-c is that it's compatible with Thunderbolt 3 (it's the same connector). Unfortunately, when I plug the usc-c connector into my MacBook Pro, you have to force it in a bit. But the worst part about this cable is that you really have to tug at it to disconnect it. I can see that it's only a matter of time before that little metal connector comes apart and gets stuck inside the Thunderbolt 3 socket.One of the most important design features of Thunderbolt 3 and usb-c is that it was made to be easy to plug in and out (i.e. there's no wrong way to plug it in like USB-1/2/3). I've used other types of usb-c cables with my MacBook Pro, and none of them are as tight as this. I'm a bit disappointed. I mean, they made one little cable and didn't test it with Thunderbolt 3 MacBooks? That's probably the reason most people buy this cable.2
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  • MICRO USB TO USB C cable connects a computer with a Type-C port to a smartphone, tablet, digital camera or legacy USB peripheral device with the common Micro USB port; Low-profile and robust USBC to Micro USB Cable clicks into place for a snug and secure connection; Type-C USB to Micro-B cable supports Hi-Speed USB 2.0 data transfer rate up to 480 Mbps
  • LEGACY COMPANION USB C Cable to Micro USB for connecting a smartphone with Micro USB to a computer with Thunderbolt 3 such as the 2016 MacBook Pro; Connect a USB DAC such as the Fiio E18 to a phone with USB-C; Connect a PS4 game controller with Micro-USB to a computer with USB-C; Use an existing Micro-USB power bank to charge a phone with USB-C
  • BRAIDED JACKET DESIGN USB Type C to Micro USB Cable provides added durability and a distinctive look and feel; Lightweight USB C to USB Micro cable is easy to handle with a reversible USB Type C connector that plugs and unplugs easily without checking for the connector orientation
  • ENGINEERED TO LAST Micro USB to Type C Cable with a reinforced braided jacket, sturdy construction, and USB connectors with molded strain relief for frequent unplugging; Fully shielded USB-C to Micro-USB cable provides superior transmission performance and projects against EMI/RFI noise; Lifetime warranty and product support for this cable provides peace of mind when purchasing
  • USB MICRO TO USB C CABLE COMPATIBLE with smartphones such as the Google Nexus 5X, 6P, Google Pixel, HTC 10/Bolt, One Plus 2/3, Moto Z Droid/ Z Force, and ASUS ZenFone 3, Huawei P9/Honor 8/Mate 9
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Customer Reviews

Durable Cable With Good ShieldingUnlike the cheaper, plastic coated cables I've tried, this cable has a stiff, reinforced outer covering. This makes the cable stiffer than the others, but it is less likely to flex too much and suffer internal wiring breakage. I bought this cable for use with a stand-alone DAC for audio through USB-C. Again, the adapters with the DAC included were made with the cheap plastic casing, which meant the cable portion would flex too much and internal wiring would break, leaving one sound channel dead or intermittent. One other benefit of the stiffer outer casing of this cable is that it acts as a shield, resulting in less interference between nearby charging adapters and the sound signal inside this cable.If this cable were ever to fail, I would only have to replace the cable instead of also having to buy a new DAC or adapter, which saves me money in that event.5Suggest it can be used for a portal DAC which is probably true for a PC/MAC...but it is not OTG compliant/compatible, (granted it does not say it is OTG so that is on me for not reading through) I got it to go with my Fiio Q1 Mark II DAC to use on my Android phone.When I first got it I had a Google Pixel 4 XL, worked fine with that, the Pixel seemed to know what it was and what it needed to do with it, but then I recently picked up a Samsung Galaxy S20 and it would not work at all on it, it just kept taking over host and would not register as a audio device, just kept trying to charge it and it said this devices required a external power source.I did a bit more research/Googleing I found the proper cable I needed: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DLQ2XYZ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 <- this cable is an official Fiio cable and made to be used with a mobile device, get this one if you intend on using the Fiio Q1 Mark II on a Android device.This cable itself isn't bad just not what I needed for my use and didn't work with my new phone.4Didn't work for my application I needed to connect an external DAC to my 2018 Mac mini and I've used up the USB 3 inputs so decided to route the signal through one of the Thunderbolt ports. The Mac recognized the DAC the first time I used the cable then the next day it can't see the DAC unless I use the USB 3 ports. Thus cable is cheap enough I'll just find other uses for it.The construction looks good and it's quite flexible which I really like. But unfortunately it didn't work for my application. 3Cable works as expected!I m using this cable for fast charging with an Anker USB-C Wall charger, and an Anker wireless charging pad, and it works great!5Great quality so far.Nice quality wrapping, like Kevlar. I'm using it with a MacBook, specifically to power a Dual Shock 4 controller to use with the Sony Playstation remote play app. To use remote play, you have to connect the dual shock controller via a USB cable (no bluetooth support for remote play).It works great which is good because the Sony dual shock controllers are picky about microUSB cables.I also use this cable, combined with Apple's tiny Lightning to MicroUSB adapter, to charge IOS devices from my MacBook power brick (which is USB-C). The MacBook power brick is powerful (29W), and can charge an ipad or iphone quickly when used this way. In addition to fast charging, I only need to carry one power brick with me (the MacBook one), this cable and the original MacBook charging cable, and I can charge my MacBook or any IOS device (not at the same time though because there is only one USB-C port on the charger).5Poor quality, cable arrived with type-c connector crimped and unusableUnfortunately poor quality. I finally took this out of the bag a couple months after I purchased it and found the type-c connector crimped and deformed so it no longer plugs in. Check yours immediately after you receive it![edit] Thanks very much to Cable Matters for supplying me with a replacement. The replacement works great, and I can now take one small charger with me to charge my phone, laptop, and headphones for the long flights.5Another quality cable from Cable MattersThis is the second Cable Matters cable that I ve purchased and I continue to be impressed at the quality to cost ratio of these cables.The connectors are high quality and feature a nice matte plastic that is a bit rubberized or at least on the softer side. The connectors continue looking nice after long periods of time and do not become easily scratched up or cheap looking. The nylon braiding looks great and has just the right amount of give to it; even if it s been coiled up in a bag for a while it begins to relax very shortly after it s uncoiled. The strain relief areas of the connectors seem like they re built quite well and I haven t had any issues yet with the cable becoming crimped or damaged near the connector. I ve been using this one in particular pretty heavily since I use it to connect a mechanical keyboard to my laptop both at work and at home; the cable gets wrapped up and unwrapped at least twice a day and the area of the cable near the micro USB connector is actually bent at 90 degrees in some circumstances when I m using it.I would highly recommend purchasing these cables to anyone that doesn t want to spend a lot of money on a cable but wants quality and longevity.5Dangerous / faulty micro USB connectorDangerous micro USB connector sparked and melted.The first time this way used, charging a phone, the micro USB connector overheated and started to smoke. It was in a motorhome, fortunately a friend was sleeping and the smoke awoke him and stopped it before a full fire broke out. Unplugging it from the phone it sparked suggesting it had a short circuit.As well as ruining the cable on first use, this also damaged the phone charging connector beyond repair which is several hundred dollars to replace.Overall, extremely unsatisfied with this product.1Great way to solve a problem with sibling Rivalry I had a problem of my sons cables and charger getting stolen. So How did I fix that? I GOT THIS with the charger that only works with this cable."some older siblings" tends to steal his stuff, so I came up with a way so that it would be useless to them. My son hides the cable, and BOOM. No reason to steal the high power charger that I bought with this cable. WOrks great for Samsunbg tab PRO. 8.4Also. Greaet deal and FAST SHIPING!>iMIckey503 APPROVES! 5Outstanding cable from Cable MattersI have a late 2016 MBP with USB-C ports and an external AMP/DAC that sports a Micro-USB connection. For some reason this particular AMP/DAC tends to chew through USB-C to Micro USB cables like crazy. My current cable stopped working recently and I needed something new. I've bought cables from Cable Matters before and have always had good luck with them. This cable, so far, has been no exception. It's well-built, features gold-plated connectors, a braided jacket, EMI/RFI shielding, and thick, reinforced cable collars. The cable is holding up well so far. Will update in three months.5Great 'Transition' Cables to Tide Older Devices over the USB-C Adoption WaveThere aren't many reputable brands out there that manufacture USB-C to MircoUSB cables out there today but I'm glad that CableMatters is one of them . With the USB-C Interface slowly becoming mainstream which is expected make all other connectors (USB-A, USB-B etc) obsolete very soon - Many of you will find yourselves , Just like I found myself, stuck with as many as three different types of cables/charger types in your homes during this 'transition' period . We have a newer Macbook with USB-C connector , a Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 edge with older Mirco USB connectors and these cables were just what the doctor ordered so I purchased two of them for our household.Performance-------------------Not all cables are created equal , in-fact a cheap or poorly manufactured cable can severely limit the amount of current it can carry and charge your devices as slower speeds no matter how powerful your charger is.Thus, I tested these cables for their quick charge performance using a USB-C Quick charger and compared its performance to the OEM Samsung Charger using a top of the line Anker Powerline 20AWG cable, A Samsung OEM Cable and measured if the CableMatters cables performed as good as them. The power readings were taken using a wall socket power monitor (see pics)CableMatters Cable Supplied Power = 14.8 Watts i.e ( 1.65 A at 9 Volts)Anker PowerLine Cable Supplied Power = 14.2 Watts i.e (1.57 A at 9 Volts)Samsung OEM Cable Supplied Power = 14.8 Watts i.e (1.65A at 9 Volts)As you can see that the CableMatters cable performs as good , if not better than a top of the line premium 20AWG or OEM CablesThe Good----------------- Nylon braided construction gives the cable good resistance to wear and tear due to bends- Performs as good as the one of the top of the line 20AWG & OEM Mirco USB cables- Small connectors means it should be able fit through most cases even the ones with small openings- Both USB-C and Mirco USB-B connectors fit securely- Lifetime warranty means peace of mind should they fail at any timeNot So Good--------------------- None at this price point really, But if I were to nit pick the smallest of the details then - As the nylon braiding adds rigidity, they arent very flexible. This is expected howeverOverall I am very happy with my purchase and can definitely recommend these cables to you If you have multiple devices in your home with USB-C and Micro USB connectors and dont want to use or carry around 2 separate chargers for them for travel etc. They are a perfect fit as a transition cable as USB-C becomes mainstream5The USB-C connector is too tight for a MacBook Pro (2018)One of main benefits of usb-c is that it's compatible with Thunderbolt 3 (it's the same connector). Unfortunately, when I plug the usc-c connector into my MacBook Pro, you have to force it in a bit. But the worst part about this cable is that you really have to tug at it to disconnect it. I can see that it's only a matter of time before that little metal connector comes apart and gets stuck inside the Thunderbolt 3 socket.One of the most important design features of Thunderbolt 3 and usb-c is that it was made to be easy to plug in and out (i.e. there's no wrong way to plug it in like USB-1/2/3). I've used other types of usb-c cables with my MacBook Pro, and none of them are as tight as this. I'm a bit disappointed. I mean, they made one little cable and didn't test it with Thunderbolt 3 MacBooks? That's probably the reason most people buy this cable.2
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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