The perfect addition to your gear bag, heavy-duty cable and connectors are designed for maximum durability and reliable, static-free performance. The Bose Quiet Comfort 25 35 headphones have a replacement audio cable. The in-line remote buttons are compatible with the following devices. Inline mic/remote cable for Apple. A perfect sound performance is provided by high quality sound transfer and high strength. To give you the best sound. Plug and play is easy. If you aren't satisfied, you don't have to ask for a refund. If you have a question, please contact them. The technology is connected through a wireless network.
👤It looks and works like the original one that came with the QC25. When I use my Ipad, I get a notification when I move it, and it plays Itunes automatically. I took 1 star off the rating because of this. Only happens when using this particular cord.
👤The cord has held up well over the past year. The controls all work with Apple's mobile device operating system. The cord is cheaper than Bose's, but my experience is that the quality is better. The durability is very good. Bose messed up the quality of the cord. V is for delivering honest, inexpensive quality.
👤The end of the cord is exposed after 2 months. There is a The volume button on the cord is sticky, so you have to be careful not to have it turn the volume all the way up. There is a You get what you pay for.
👤The microphone-equipped aux cable is not a standard one. The standard size of the cable is the only one that you will see. This product is useless for most everyday applications without another accessory. I'm sure this product works for what it's intended, but I didn't see any indication on the page that this had two different size jacks on either end.
👤The cable is two months old. I can't figure out why it's triggering the Assistant on my phone. I wish I had bought the Bose cable.
👤Works well! It was bought for use as a mic for gaming. Does the trick!
👤I was not sure if these would fit in my Bose headphones since they need a normal cord to be connected. I forgot how much higher quality these were than my other headphones.
👤You will need a 4 pole splitter to split mic and line-in inputs if you use the QC35 II. I used a 3.5mm extension cable and a 4 pole extension cable. I didn't try the buttons on the cable, but I think they work.
The craftsmanship and style of Zeskit is exceptional. The cable can be extended to the desired location for audio and mic function. It can be used to extend the connection between your 3.5mm aux port equipped devices and your headphones, earphones, speaker, car stereo or home theater system. Premium sound quality and hi-fi sound is great for voice chat in a game, live broadcast, listening to music and singing. The 24K Gold plated and oxygen-free copper designs are resistant to oxidation and provide optimum sound quality after extending your device with a 3.5mm jack. The 3.5mm TRRS male to female extension cable is a great solution to protect your aux port from being plugged in. It's easy to get a 3.5mm auxiliary aux cable, but it costs a lot to get a new device. The case of the headphones extension cable is made of premium metal. The braided outer of the 3.5mm extender is strong and flexible, making cables tangle free. The auxiliary 3.5mm extension audio cable is compatible with the Apple iPhone 6S/6S. The Plus/6/6 Plus/SE/6S, iPod, iPad, Air 2/Pro, and Note 9 are all new.
👤The cable is sturdy and works as it is supposed to. I don't know why the female end has so much of the sockets exposed. When metal contacts something it immediately causes feedback in my headphones. The reaction is so sensitive that my friends can hear audio from me when the male end is plugged into my device. That seems like a major oversight for an extension cable that will most likely be touching something.
👤I wanted to use this to extend the length of my Apple Ear Pods so I could use my iMac for zoom calls. Sound quality in both directions was poor. Returned.
👤This cable is what I needed. The audio port on my phone was too small to fit into the opening of my phone case and the cable I use for it was too thick. This cable is great. It's very slim and long so that it can fit into the phone and the case. The cable seems to last a long time. It's great that it's a trrs cable, which allows for mic's and audio. I have not experienced any feedback or problems with the clarity of the audio, it does just as it should and carries the audio signal without distortion. I would like the cable to be at a 90 angle, it's an excellent cable for anyone who wants to fit a case with a long or narrow opening.
👤I bought a 1 meter cable to extend the cord on my mic equipped headset. There was no change in sound quality. It is still working like it did on Day 1. The connections are snug. I am happy with the purchase so far.
👤I use this extension cord to connect my phone headset to my phone. There is a The plugs of the extension cord are well made and do not get caught on clothing or other objects. The wire is flexible and thick. The sound quality is excellent. I would not want to give feedback on the product which does not offer volume control.
👤This matches perfectly to extend the cable when using a computer or keyboard for mobile headphones. If you want to switch frequently for different uses, detaching the cable from the headphones is better. Good quality and length for this purpose. The life of the jack may be preserved.
👤I needed an extension for my earphones. I don't need an extension for my violin lessons. I couldn't use the phones without an extension. The extension is doing the job I need it to and it seems to be well constructed and should last a long time.
👤Not sure why the question about volume control was asked. It's a cable. It has all 4 lines for phone signals. This cable plugs into my phone and doesn't require me to cover my phone. It works as a standard extension cable. It seems well made with a braided covering.
👤It looks like an extension cable with no interference. I am happy with the cable at the moment and may order a longer one if I need it, but it will soon feel shorter, but that is not an issue if you order the length suitable for your needs.
All of their customers will be back after their granteed date. They are always willing to listen to your concerns. Please don't hesitate to contact them. 3.5mm stereo audio extension cable is slim and flexible and compatible with any audio speaker. A headset with microphone and a microphone compatible conductor are included in the package. Right angle design The right angle is able to connect to tight spaces and hard to reach areas. Durable Design The cable is made with inner wire and TPE to make it durable. Universal Compatibility: iPod, iPad, Kindle Fire tablets, Microsoft Surface tablets, and the like.
👤The mic conductor is not properly protected. This can be frightening for everyone on the call. If you only use it for music and voice control, it will be fine, but if you use the phone all day for work, everyone will hate it. The manufacturer could fix it. Changing the wire and shield isolation is a combination. They need three conductors for the audio and one for the mic. They may need to add a 1k resistor and a small Capacitor to the mic shield and ground terminal to eliminate this crosstalk. It will take some work to get something that works and doesn't mess up the inline controls on popular headsets. Since I have not been able to find another cable like this one, I may try to modify it.
👤I use the 10ft cable to use my Nintendo Switch. I needed an extension to use my headphones so I could talk to other players while I was gaming, but I kept my Switch docked and sat about 10 feet from my TV. There is a The cable appears to be nice quality. It's almost perfect length and the plugs have a very firm click when plugged in. I could hear through the headphones, but my microphone didn't pick up noise. It worked perfectly after I reset my switch. The sound quality is the same as having my headphones plugged into the switch, and people on the other end said they could hear me. The cable lays across the carpet between me and the switch, and the braided covering seems to build static very easily just from being on the carpet. I get some sparks in my ears if I move the cable. Try not to move a lot. The cable is great for the price.
👤I eagerly waited for my mail to arrive so I could try it out, after some previous reviewers complained about issues with the phone calls. I have several other brands of these, and I can't seem to get the same one on re-order on Amazon. I'm trying the CableCreation because of that. I have many different uses for them and so I'm ordering more. There is a The item I received is 1.5 feet longer than I need, but it's fine. The tips are gold, and it's a normal stereo jack that accommodates the included inline mic. There is no static while listening to music and on calls. The cord is moving near the joints. The manufacturer improved the product because mine is static free and the prior reviewers got bad items. It is recommended.
👤Works. These are not gold layers for this low price. Bad connections may be caused by the oils from out fingers and natural oxidation. After touching the tip ring shaft, the plugs should be wiped clean. Audio professionals have used lens wipes for decades without the use of detergents. They are alcohol based.
👤The left channel is no longer working. My headphones still work great with a different cable. I need my money back. Immediate... This cable has no distortion or loss of clarity. I bought it to plug into my 50" TV so that I can sit across the room with my Bose headphones and not disturb anyone else, and I also bought it to crank it up when I'm watching NASCAR Racing. The Bose headphones sound great even though I'm using an extension cable. It's not losing anything. There is a The 90 plug works well in the back of my TV as it stays out of the way of my other cables. I didn't plug it all the way the first time, so make sure you do it all the way. I could hear the broadcast and music at the same time. I don't know where the music was coming from. It was like the extension cable was an antenna. I've tried to make it do it again, but it can't. It's weird. Push the ends of the cable. I connected my microphone and talked to my friend and he said it was good and clear, but I thought they would be better than regular 3 wire ones since they have the 4 conductors. I was correct. There was an update on 10/03/2019. After the left channel went out on cable, it was switched to a higher quality cable. I think you get what you pay for.
Replacement mic for M-7A mics. Without removing your phone/tablet case, the 24K gold plated male connector works. 4-pole 3.5mm jack is compatible with both 3-pole jack and 4-pole jack devices. Works with mics. The aluminum housing has a name that means protection and beauty. A double shielded cable that won't tangle. The craftsmanship and style of Zeskit is exceptional.
👤I wanted to cut off the female end of the cable, so I bought this cable. They advertised a fourth insulated cable and that the outer shielding does not carry signal. This is a lie. Every other cable is the same. There are three insulated cables that carry signal. There is a This will work for what I'm trying to do, so it will be 2 stars instead of 1. I really don't like that what they advertise for cable construction is not true.
👤The cable was great while it lasted and showed no loss or degradation of sound and looked like it would last forever, but after the first five uses, the right channel wire broke at the male jack end, and it took 888-349-8884 The construction of the jack and the way it is connected to it were found to be the cause of the death. The center two solder connection points look like a barrel of the plug, with tubes rings and insulators that are not actual terminals. It's lousy engineering, but I guess it's cheap. The cables listed on Amazon seem to suffer from the same problem, broken male ends, after reading the reviews. Unless you are prepared to spend a lot of money on this type of product, most manufacturers use the same crappy connector. I think a cheap is enough until they break. I would like to find a cable that is engineered to work.
👤The audio extension cable I bought in July was from Zeskit. It was exactly what I wanted. The first time I used it, my friends said they heard a buzzing noise, so I disconnected it and set it aside. I think it was a bad connection. I tried it again when I found it. We're way past the return window now. I sent a note with low expectations. They sent me a replacement immediately. It works well. It was easy to fix this issue. Excellent customer service.
👤The cable is long enough for me to attach a headset to the computer that is sitting on the side of the desk. I thought it was working well for a while. The microphone wouldn't work when I connected the headset to the cable first, even though I could hear the sound through the headset. The cable just isn't going to meet my needs. They were talking with friends online and they were complaining about echoes and their audio cutting out. I thought I couldn't be me because I have a headset on. After muting myself, it was clear that the problem was my connection. The headset made uncomfortable sounds for my friends. The problem was eliminated when I removed the headset from the extension cable and plugged it into the computer. The tolerances and size of the cable are not good enough, leaving for a poor connection. I'm trying to return it, but I can't because Amazon doesn't have the "return" button. It's not clear why I purchased this as an Amazon Prime product. There is a Don't buy this. It's not worth the hassle. There is a I made sure to connect both ends of the cable. Every time.
The auxiliary 3.5mm extension audio cable is compatible with the Apple iPhone 6S/6S. The Plus/6/6 Plus/SE/6S, iPod, iPad, Air 2/Pro, and Note 9 are all new. The extension cable has a 4 pole plug and 4 pole female adapter ends which can be used to extend the 3.5mm aux port to any device. Stereo audio transmission can be done without reducing signal loss and noise. It's compatible with all devices with a 3.5mm audio port. It protects your 3.5mm aux port from being plugged in. The step-down design makes it possible to work. You get 1x 5 ft extension cable and a product warranty.
👤The cable is good for the money. I didn't notice any degradation in the sound quality of the headphones or microphone I was using. I wanted to use the headset for general purpose audio and voice communication, but I wouldn't trust it for high fidelity use. It works well for that purpose. There were no complaints. I appreciated that the cable was unpackaged and smooth. It's not fancy, but the materials are high quality and functional, doing what it needs to without any drawbacks that are common with cheap cables. It is nice to know that the cable is light enough that it is not like attaching an anchor to your headset. That can be a problem. A nice heavy cable can be useful, but not for every situation.
👤I have wired Apple earbuds on my laptop. The wire wouldn't allow me to sit in my chair. I needed an extension for them. These are perfect for that. There is no compromise. They work with the Apple earbuds microphone.
👤Audio input does not work. I believe it is not protected properly due to the differences in standards between TRRS jacks. It's a poor quality cable with too much resistance. The search for a functioning setup for audio calls continues. It would be nice if more information was given about the actual build of the cable, such as shielding, if it supports CTIA or OMTP. This is useless for apple earpods because they operate on a different standard. This cable works well as an AUX cable, but it shouldn't be advertised as a 4 pole TRRS jack because it isn't capable of extending both audio input and output.
👤Great quality was questionable because of the price. I use it on my turtle beach headphones that were made for the PS4 so I can still use the microphone and speakers without issue. It works perfectly.
👤So far it works great, it only had a week. I am not getting static when I connect my Apple headset to my computer, and there is no degradation in sound quality. I use it as an extension for a laptop PC that is close to where I sit, and the standard Apple iPhone headset doesn't reach that far comfortably. This works the trick.
👤The extension helped prevent my headset wire from getting stuck by the arm of my chair, but I have a complaint about it being able to hear what I'm listening to when I'm on voice chat. The problem is caused by the insulation between the 'audio out' and 'audio in'.
👤I needed more length for my earbuds. I like to sleep with my earbuds on. Sometimes I get tangled when I toss and turn. I put a yellow shrink wrap tube on the other side to give me more protection. The cable that I needed to support earbuds with a built in mic works fine, I was looking for gold connections. Sound is great as well.
👤The extender worked well for about 3 sessions. In March, I tried to use it again, but the connection at the female is intermittent. If you jiggle it, it will work for a while. The cable is useless after trying to re-plug multiple headphones. I'm not sure what the warranty is or how to get it, and the Amazon return window has closed.
The package contains 2 x 3 feet male to female audio cable. The Cable Matters audio jack extender cable has inline mic support and is ideal for extending the length of a 3.5mm audio connection for one-cable headsets, car aux ports, stereo systems, and more. The microphone extension cable supports headphones and earbuds with built-in microphones. Adding an audio jack extension cable to your car's aux cord will improve in-car connections. Premium construction of the trrs extension cable includes a braided cable jacket, gold-plated connectors, and bare copper conductors. Two-pack of audio jack extension cables include an extra cable, can be used on another device, or can be kept in a laptop bag.
👤The two pack contained one incorrect wire and one correct wire. I had a replacement shipped. They're the right wires, but they're bad. People on the other end of a voice call can hear themselves. I'm not going to replace this, I'll probably have to buy another wire. This is not a good product and not a good seller. Just look somewhere else.
👤These cables are a great price in a 2-pack. Work hard and look great. The TRRS cables are perfect for extension cables from the sound/mic ports. I can use all of my earbuds.
👤I used these to plug my headphones into the extension and they were static and no sound came from them.
👤I read all the reviews and they were all correct. This is a good value and a good product.
👤Both cables I received had terrible crosstalk issues. They are completely useless.
👤It does what I need it to do. It seems to be strong. I'm happy with the purchase.
👤The cable had a short of something that went through the metal connection. Be careful and protect your devices.
👤They have a really good connection and come in a pack.
👤The cable has no sound distortion and fits well. It works well for a switch. If your headphones don't reach to where you want to sit, this product is highly recommended. The mic part is very useful for the switch. It works like a treat.
👤I bought these for my son to use with his Nintendo switch headset, we needed it as an extension so that he could sit further from the docking station/TV, so needless to say the cord isn't "handled with care". It does everything we expected it to do. We only needed one and the price was right so we have a spare. I am very happy with the purchase.
👤J'ai reus et j'ai déj un files.
👤I like how they are made, how they connect, and there is no interference or noise.
👤One of the two packs is great but the other is not. Can plug in the headphones. Didn't attempt a return or replacement.
The auxiliary 3.5mm extension audio cable is compatible with the Apple iPhone 6S/6S. The Plus/6/6 Plus/SE/6S, iPod, iPad, Air 2/Pro, and Note 9 are all new. The Bose Quiet Comfort QC 25 QC 35 soundlink soundtrue Headphones are compatible with the replacement audio cable wire. It's compatible with the Apple iPhone 3GS, 4S, 5, 5S, 6 and 6 plus. You can use the microphone and volume control remote buttons to make calls. Two male plugs, one straight and one L shape. Extension cable length is between 3.5mm and 2.5mm Jack. The cable material is soft and durable. All of their customers will be back after their granteed date. They are always willing to listen to your concerns. Please hurry and mail them from Amazon.
👤I ordered this to connect my Bose QC35s. 3A. The part works as expected. Don't expect high end quality from this setup or the price of cable. There is a The buttons on the mic piece don't work as expected. The volume up button and center button both prompt me for which assistant I'd like to use, but the volume down button doesn't work as it should. The center button does hang up a call but the top/volume-up button only invokes the Assistant callup when there is activity on the phone. The only way to increase volume is to put the phone on the side of the phone. This item will be returned. Can we even trust positive reviews anymore, as there are a lot of positive reviews on this cable? The same thing happened with the replacement. Maybe this cable isn't compatible with a virtual assistant, like the one you use with Amazon or the one you use with a phone. Vol + calls up a prompt on the screen asking which assistant you'd like to use. The replacement unit's + button is very slow to release and sticky. Going back to get a refund. There is a If you order this one, best of luck! When ordering this unit, you might want to consider how long it took Amazon to return the order after it was received back, so you can add salt to the wound. Just sayin'...
👤I noticed that the thickness of the replacement is too snug and that if it's not placed correctly, I don't get stereo or the mic does not work. I was going to return it, but decided to look at the fitment. I shaved off a small part of the headset's electrical connection. I was able to adjust the connection until I found a place where the mic and speakers were working. I heated the shrink wrap for a perm. It was fitting. The cord should have worked without modifications, that's the reason for my 1 star.
👤I have a wire that connects my Bose 700 to my controller. It works perfectly.
👤This cable is used to connect my Bose headset to my controller. The cable picks up my voice and the audio is good. The volume control feature is not compatible with the controller. You will have to do it manually. If you don't want your entire team to hear your own audio coming through your mic, you have to manually mute it through the Xbox guide menu. The Xbox one controller is not compatible with the mute button on this cable. Don't waste your money on this product, there are better products out there.
👤I am not going to let this go with the cliché that you get what you pay for. I find myself kissing the mic when I talk because it doesn't have the voice. I have to hold it in my mouth. The volume controls don't work well. It only sends sound to the headphones and I don't have the tools to test the quality of the original one. If you want peace of mind with all the functions, you should just pay a little more and get the original.
Unless you have a 3.5mm hole on your sound card's output, you should be careful with your gaming headset. UGREEN 3.5mm Male to Female Cable extends the distance between audio input and output devices and gives you more room to move around when using headphones. The Headphone Jack Extension Lead allows you to lie on a sofa or bed to watch TV at night. 3.5mm mic extension cable is used to extend the distance between a laptop and a 3.5mm external microphone and a gaming headset. The 3.5mm mic jack extension cable is perfect for online meetings and video calls. There is no degradation in the sound quality, even though the 4-Pole Aux Male to Female Cable extends the transmission distance. The 3.5mm Audio Extension Cord is made of gold- plated cables and is protected by copper, nylon and TPE. The UGREEN 3.5mm TRRS Extension Cable has a 90-degree aux jack to prevent cable bending and cracking issues. The nylon-braided jacket makes this Headphone Extension Cable solid enough to endure any twist, tug, and tangle. The 3.5mm mic extension lead is flexible to allow you to move around easily. Universal Fit: UGREEN Earphone Male to Female Cable has a 3.5mm mini jack to ensure a snug fit to devices of standard auxiliary ports.
👤It works just fine as an extension cable. I purchased it because it doesn't offer microphone support for headsets.
👤This product is an extension for my JBL headphones, which I use for podcasts and vlogs. It works!
👤There is significant left-right channel crosstalk in cable.
👤It works. There was no apparent degradation of quality.
👤The right angle jack is the best. I connect my earphones to the television with this cable. It works perfectly.
👤The producto tiene un precio. Sin embargo el material tanto a simple vista, es superior. No le doy 5 estrellas en Durabilidad, pero no dudo.
👤Ich bin schlussendlich, wie das Produkt gestoen. There is a Im Nintendo Switch brauchte, um berhaupt in Spielen. The Abstand von beispielsweise Sofa und Fernseher is located at the 5m Lnge. There is a Kabel ist sauber verarbeitet und stabil. Alles are in a super Produkt.
👤La salida de micrfono y audio estoy computadora. The cable is El cable. Not 888-353-1299
The technology is connected through a wireless network. 3.5mm mic extension cable has a jack and plug that supports microphone function of your headsets, simultaneously sends and receives audio. The 3.5mm aux cable allows you to answer calls while you are not on the road. It allows game players to communicate with their partners without being limited in space. The auxiliary audio extension lead is designed to eliminate distance and better protection for your audio devices. The aux jack extender is a great way to protect the 3.5mm audio port of your devices. You can buy a new device with the jack extender lead. The 24k gold plated connectors with firm metal-housing are Distortion Free Audio's main feature and are resistant to tarnish, as well as to avoid signal loss, which present clear, natural, and great sound performance. The stepped design makes the aux male jack fit perfectly on your devices and ensures a stable audio signal transfer, allowing you to immerse in high-quality music without disruption. Audio Male to Female Extension Cable is built to last forever. The nylon braided earphone extension cord is strong enough to endure any twist, tug, and tangle. Ensuring optimum sound quality is achieved through the use of gold plated connectors and aluminium alloy casings. Oxygen-free copper is durable. The audio extension cable is compatible with most devices with a 3.5mm aux jack. The audio extension cable works with both the 3.5mm jack and the 3.5mm jack only if the phone supports the 3.5mm jack.
👤This cord was not what I was expecting. It didn't work out. The sound was very low and the connection was poor. There was a crackling noise if I moved the smallest amount.
👤I use the extension cable between my headset and computer and it makes my electronic line noise. When I plug directly in, there is no noise. I can't leave it plugged in because of the noise. I will return the cable and try another.
👤I like to watch tv in bed with a headset so that I don't disturb anyone. The product is very sturdy. It's long enough to not get tangled.
👤It's great quality and length makes it easy to play from the couch and it's next to the TV. I have been told that when I play online, it picks up a radio station.
👤It works well. It is very durable. If you are having sound issues, you should re-tighten the metal end pieces.
👤Took a chance. It makes water plants easier to grow in the evening.
👤I use this every day. I work well.
👤It gets the job done. Would recommend.
Universal Fit: UGREEN Earphone Male to Female Cable has a 3.5mm mini jack to ensure a snug fit to devices of standard auxiliary ports. 3.5mm mic extension lead has a jack and plug that supports microphone function of your headsets. The 3.5mm aux cable allows you to answer calls while you are not on the road. It allows game players to communicate with their partners without being limited in space. The 3.5mm jack plugs have a step-down ring on them that allows them to be fully seated even when they are in bulky protective cases, which is very practical and needed feature since most smartphones and other devices are often in aftermarket cases causing problems with connection of jack and sockets. The right angle design is ideal for tight spaces and areas where a normal straight connection is not possible. The 24k gold plated connectors with firm metal-housing are Distortion Free Audio's main feature and are resistant to tarnish, as well as to avoid signal loss, which present clear, natural, and great sound performance. The stepped design makes the aux male jack fit perfectly on your devices and ensures a stable audio signal transfer, allowing you to immerse in high-quality music without disruption. Audio Male to Female Extension Cable is built to last forever. The nylon braided earphone extension cord is strong enough to endure any twist, tug, and tangle. Ensuring optimum sound quality is achieved through the use of gold plated connectors and aluminium alloy casings. Oxygen-free copper is durable. The audio extension cable is compatible with most devices with a 3.5mm aux jack. The audio extension cable works with both the 3.5mm jack and the 3.5mm jack only if the phone supports the 3.5mm jack.
👤I get sound through them, but my mic does not work. The mic works if you plug it in without the extension on and then take the extension off.
👤The 3.5mm plug doesn't allow for use of the microphone channel despite the rugged design. Since the plug is slightly longer than a normal 3 channel plug, you can't fully insert or it will lead to the wrong channel connection. For applications that require use of the microphone channel like voice chat on the Nintendo Switch, you'll spend a lot of time trying to align the plug. It might be good for other applications, but not tested.
👤The connections are good but the shielding is bad. The cable is a giant antenna. I picked up a local radio station.
👤I didn't think this cable worked for me. If you fiddled with it and held it in the right way, it worked, but as soon as you let it go, the left and right channels would crackle and go silent.
👤I started cutting out audio when I started using them. The voice would not be transmitted over the cable. In this day and age, we need to hear and talk over the internet or in a meeting. The only job the cable has is to prevent me from talking or hearing the conversation. It's pure junk!
👤The extension cord is very heavy. I use a drummers headset and find it to be a bit heavy. I use a clip on my shirt to hold the cable.
👤This cable has 3 channels. There are only 2 jobs. They tried to connect to the gaming systems, but they didn't know it was connected. Would not recommend.
👤I went through a lot of different extension cords and this one is the best.
The UGREEN 3.5mm Male to 2 3.5mm Female Audio Adapter Cable is what you get. The 4 position sockets are black to 2 and 3.5mm jack plugs are green for headphones and pink for microphone. It is possible to connect a four-pin gaming headset to a PC with separate microphone and audio jacks. The 3.5mm microphone audio splitter works with many VOIP applications. The gold- plated connections ensure the best sound quality. The bending resistance provides enough strength. MillSO offers a 12-month warranty to protect against quality trouble or compatibility issues. You can extend it by calling the MillSO customer support team. They are happy to help with any problem you have.
👤The TRRS (3 black rings and 4 copper poles) and CTIA configuration is what makes this splitter compatible with compatible TRRS-CTIA devices. MillSO has provided a figure.
👤I was looking for a product that would allow me to use my Turtle Beach XBOX One headset with my PC and this product is exactly what I was looking for. I plugged the male end of the headset into the female end of the adapter and then plugged the two male ends into the microphone and speaker jacks on the back of the PC. I saved the money of having to buy another headset. The quality of the adapter is very good. Very pleased with the product!
👤I wanted to use my Apple headset with the audio recorder. It works with a few things. I noticed that some of the reviews said that it doesn't work with one headset or another, but I'm wondering if those people are aware that the microphone needs power from a battery compartment, phantom power or plug in power. There is a Plug in power is normally used for the Apple headset. Plug-in power can be provided by the Zoom H6. This is a requirement with any cable. I can hear my own voice from the headset mic, but I can't hear the sound from the zoom. Since the mic input is at the upper right on the X/Y capsule, this cable is a little bit shorter than ideal for the H6, which has the headphone jack near the bottom of the left side. One has to either run the cable under the recorder or over it. You can see what I mean by the attached photo. It's not a bad thing if you intend to use it for the same purpose, and even then, it's workable. There is a The audio quality is quite good when the headset is the only thing connected to the H6. It's better than one might think after hearing the same headset used for a phone call. I have some dedicated lav/lapel mics, but it is as good as this one. The Apple mic has some self-noise, similar to some sub $100 lavaliere mics, but there is no audible hum. 99 percent of the people listening would think it sounded great if one used a similar setup for any number of applications. There is some cross-talk between the headset and microphone. The feedback is caused by the mic gain and the headphone volume on the H6. There is a lot of gain going on when I do that. I can hear my own breath loudly, so the levels are way beyond normal. I don't think it's fair to blame the adapter because I have used the same headset with the same app on my phone, and it's possible to cause feedback. Most of the cross-talk/bleed-though/feedback with this particular headset happens within the headset itself. I would expect different results with other headsets. There is a Some have mentioned the shielding issue. If I connect my piano to the H6 at the same time as the headset, I will hear a hum. It's not a lot of hum, but it's there. The jack hums if I handle it on the cable. I can only assume that the recorder is exposed to the AC lines because there is no hum when the combo is not connected. If I connect the piano and my phone at the same time, it won't bother me at all. The H6 has self-powered microphones plugged into it. I have a theory that the mic line on the shell of the connector is where the shield should be, because the CTIA standard puts it there. The only way that one could effectively shield a CTIA is to use a secondary shield around the entire body. It's not too surprising that Apple didn't adopt the OMTP standard because they have always gone out of their way to buck industry standards. One can only wonder why others followed. There is a If I'm correct, all CTIA-based microphones are going to be prone to hum, which would be no fault of this adapter. MillSO could have come up with a way to provide shielding, but at the same time, it's not hard to imagine that they would just go with the standard, even though it may have a tragic flaw. Apple has abandoned their own standard in favor of Lightning, yet another proprietary standard, and now that the world has purchased untold millions of dollar worth of Lightning, they appear to be moving toward the new standard, which is bound to be the first time that Apple has ever adopted. If it weren't for the investment in Lightning, one would be happy. It won't speak to the needs of any serious audio production work, but it will muddy the waters for headset and headphones makers. I haven't given a complete answer as to the quality of this accessory. I will try to build my own at this time. I am wondering if we can do a better job with using off-the-shelf components, but my initial searches for shielded TRRS jacks did not turn up anything. I intend to use this for a while and see if the hum is a problem in a real-world recording. I think it may be okay, but I don't think any other adapter would be any better. Most of the sellers on Amazon aren't even willing to commit to the CTIA standard, let alone reveal any technical details like shielding, so while this adapter may be imperfect, it may also be as good as one can easily get.
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