Effect Buses: 2 Audio Sharing: UGREEN audio splitter allows dual headphones/speakers connected to most devices with 3.5mm auxiliary port, which is a great solution to share cool music, movies and games with your families and friends. The sound of a hi-fi stereo. This 3.5mm splitter has a polished 24K gold-plated connection and oxygen-free copper wire. You will get better stereo sound in both outputs. The UGREEN 3.5mm Y Splitter Cable is built to last forever. The gold-plated plugs and aluminum alloy casing enhance the durability. The strain-relief rings of the connector make the headphone jack splitter more flexible. The Aux splitter is strong enough to handle any twist, tug, and tangle. The 3.5mm male end of the aux jack splitter is compatible with most laptops, tablets, game controllers, and phones. Note 9/Note 8, iPad, iPod, MacBook Pro, Air 2/Pro, mini 4/Air 2, and iPad are all pictured. Only the 2 female ends of this 3.5mm audio splitter can be used for audio output. The length of the headphones is 20 cm/7.87inch, which is small and lightweight for road trips and plane rides. There are important notes. The headphones can't be used with microphones. It doesn't work with the inline volume control on the headphones.
👤The product is sold to allow two sets of headphones to listen from a single 3.5mm output. There is a It should work in the reverse. If I wanted two different inputs to converge on a single input port, it should work exactly the same and should, in theory, not affect the quality of the input signals in the same way that it does not. This has not been my experience in practice. I think it's important for you to understand whether or not this review is helpful to you and your use case by describing my setup in more detail. I tried to use this product at my computer desk where I play PC games and occasionally some console games using my computer monitor as the display and a pair of nice computer speakers. I use the FiiO E10K as my sound output device for gaming on my PC. The input jack on the back of my speakers is connected to the line out port. I use the line out from the monitor to connect the AUX port on the front of my speakers for console gaming. This does the job well. I thought it would be more elegant to have the monitor's line out to the single input port on the back of the speakers. There is a I'm using this splitter in an input port. It stands to reason that there should be no effect on sound quality when using the splitter on an input port. Not true. The sound quality is cut in half when the monitor and the DAC/AMP are connected. It's half as loud and half as clear. The quality will go back up to normal if I only connect one device from the splitter. I was disappointed but not surprised. I've used splitters in the past to the same effect but had hoped that buying a well-reviewed product would change the outcome, alas it didn't. There is a I can't say if this would work for the advertised use case. I would say that it probably doesn't. There is a The build quality is top notch, so it's too bad. It is made of materials that feel good. It doesn't do what I need it to do.
👤I'm using this on a computer to split the signal between speakers. I bought a splitter from a chain store, but it cost more than the U-Green cable. I knew the quality was bad because I could hear crackling and distortion occasionally. I bought a previous U-Green cable that was very good and decided to replace the lousy splitter with this one. There is no sound difference with or without the splitter. The U-Green cables seem to be of good quality and at a reasonable price. The gold- plated connections sound good and are solid. It is recommended.
👤It worked like it was supposed to. I didn't notice a difference in sound quality when 2 devices were connected. I connected 2 sets of Bose Companion 2 Series II speakers and both had the same quality in my ears. It worked fine after being tested on 2 different earphones. The same method was used on the Metal Silver as well. No difference. I ordered Metal Silver and Metal Black. The material quality seemed to be good enough to last a long time. It doesn't feel like it was made from cheap materials. As time passes, the review may change. Will be posted if something changes. I have noticed that most of the audio splitter cables seem to be designed for devices that already have an independent sound control. Without it, you rely on the volume control of the main device to reduce the volume of the output devices. I've personally experienced that. There is a My review is based on my experience with the item. I am not an expert but I can give feedback. It's a good thing.
Ultra high quality audio can be provided by converting digital files to analog. The headset is made of a piece of metal. A single 3.5mm female jack is split into two 3.5mm male jacks. The mic wouldn't work for Apple original earphone and Beats headphones, so you have to connect a 4-position headset to your PC or computer. You can connect your newer headsets to a PC or laptop for use with VOIP applications, such as Skype or chat programs, such as Yahoo or Google Voice. Flexible and Durable The signal performance can be improved by golding. Flexible cable and case for portable bending. The strong braided exterior creates a durable design. It is the first time they have used fishing wire-kind materials for protection. Anti-slip grab design, crystal-like appearance, and gentle touch feel. KOOPAO is a professional splitter cable manufacturer. Every product they launch has undergone rigorous testing and is in line with US quality standards. Please be free to contact them if you have any questions.
👤Excellent sound and high quality materials for the price. Don't put it into itself. I had too much to drink and decided to give it a try. I saw a bright flash of light and when I looked again, I realized that I had left my home in the north-eastern part of the country. I thought I had traveled back in time to the mid-fifties as well as the distance, but it turns out that the southern states are just like that. It took me almost a week to find someone who spoke English, and they agreed to drive me to Atlanta in exchange for my socks, where I was able to board a plane back home. Be careful!
👤If you want the solution to intermittent loss of headset and mic, you should go to the last X sentence. After several years, my old PC headset finally died, so I went to replace it and found that most of the new headsets had a different plug to accommodate smart phones. Yes, you can use a smart phone. You can't plug these headsets into older computers. I needed a product like this one that was reliable and cheap, and this one looked like it was the most reliable one. I plugged my new headset into this splitter and then plugged the splitter into my desktop as usual. It took me a long time to get this all to work. It took me several days to get my headset and mic to work. The problem was tracked down to the splitter. I ordered a new one from a different supplier because it was acting like a broken wire. I just left it in because this one started to work well before it arrived. I was having terrible audio issues when I was installing Linux on my PC, but it was in place for 3 or 4 months. The audio issues were fixed after a couple of hours, but the headset was not working again. I unplugged it from everything and plugged it all back together. The connection between the headset and the splitter was not completely seated, even though I used the usual amount of force to put them together. There was a small gap between the 2 pieces of the connection. I pushed them together harder and was rewarded with a click. The headset has been working perfectly. The other splitter I bought had the same issue as the one I did. If you use a splitter with these kinds of headsets, you need to push the headset into it until you hear a click. I hope this will help other people with this product. It's terrible that the supplier didn't mention this in the description, it would have saved me a lot of headaches.
👤I got a headset for my computer to work from home, and I wasn't happy with the adapter. I have a headset that works in my phone, but when I plug it into the computer, it makes cracking noises, and I was told it was hard to hear me. All problems went away when I switched it out for another brand.
There is no drive needed. You can connect to your headphones and smart phones anywhere. 1. The 3.5mm headset splitter stereo cable adapter allows you to easily connect your stereo headset to a PC audio port and mic port at the same time. 2. The 3.5mm Speaker and headphones have two male ports, one green and the other red, and they are easy to connect to. 3. You can use a higher quality headset if you want to. The braided wire has a great audio transmission. 4. It's a great solution to have on hand in your bag. Plug and play is the only way to make your headphones work on your device. 5. You can connect your newer headsets to a PC or laptop for use with VOIP applications with the Professional Headset to PC Y cable.
👤I didn't think about getting a mic when I transitioned from a laptop to a PC. I had a mic in my headset. I couldn't just plug this in to my PC because my PC had two separate jacks for the mic and headset. I needed it to be recognized by Zoom, he wasn't recognizing my mic anymore. This definitely solved the problem. There is a Plug and play! If you're buying this first, the instructions are easy to understand. There are icons for headphones and audio on each jack. You can match those to the ones on your PC. * The materials seem sturdy.
👤The review is based on my interpretation of what the device was supposed to do. I thought it would allow me to plug one end of it into the 3 conductor input jack of my computer and the other into the 3 conductor microphone input jack of my computer so that my Apple headphones (4 conductor) with builtin microphone would work properly for zoom meetings. I could not get the microphone part of it to work. There was a hum in the background while I heard the people speak. If I touched the end of the accessory, it would produce a low level hum indicating a ground issue. It didn't work for me. I might have been confused by its purpose. The construction looked good and the jacks seem well built. Did not work.
👤The sound was good, but the mic gave the headphones static.
👤The audio from my microphone faded when I plugged it in. The wiring inside the cord is not good. You can't understand what I'm saying with this cord. Don't buy. You can find a different one.
👤I have been using this to connect my head phones to my laptop. After a few weeks, it stopped working and I had to buy 3 new headphones. Hopefully this set doesn't break. If it does, I will update.
👤The item is sleek and the cables are thin. I'm afraid wired headsets for my grandkids school lessons will not last the abuse they will dole out, and it's too sleek and thin, so I'm not sure if it's a good idea. I gave this 4 stars because it's exactly what I would want to carry in my bag if I weren't using headsets.
👤The sound of the product is excellent and it feels good to throw in a travel bag for mobile audio or video conferencing. Solid listening experience for my use, no complaints, good value for money.
👤Excellent for you that have an earphone to use with your pc, but needs to split the cable to use mic and sound. There is a I think my piece looks great and is high quality.
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 3.5mm audio mic is a Y accessory. You can connect your newer headsets to a PC or laptop for use with VOIP applications, such as Skype or chat programs. Quality Sound: A polished 24K gold-plated connection, aluminum shell, oxygen-free copper wire, and a high quality sound system. Bring your superior stereo sound to both outputs. Premium materials include pure copper and aluminum. The nylon braided cable and gold-plated plugs make them last longer. The strain-relief rings of the connector make it more flexible. Work with most devices. The cable length is 20 cm, which is small and lightweight for road trips and plane rides. 3.5mm Headphone Splitter Cable is what you get. There are important notes. It's not compatible with Apple Earbuds.
👤My husband's computer was the only one in the house that had a microphone and a pair of headphones. He couldn't use headphones with an inline mic for his computer because of the way it was set up. I bought this so he could use the headphones with the microphone on his laptop. He's back to chatting and gaming now that he's able to use his headphones. I don't know if that makes me happy or not, but it makes him happy. He would buy this again. I might keep the box hidden until he finished his "Honey-Do" list.
👤It works, but I don't like how it switches audio. I thought it would be an easy fix in the settings, but it's not. I would suggest getting something else if you are thinking of buying it. I notice a low humming noise when I use this product. It doesn't happen when I plug the same headphones into the audio jack without the accessory, so it must be the case. It was low quality and disappointing. There is a Windows 7 beats earbuds.
👤I used my microphone with my Hyper X headphones. I am not an audio engineer, so I can't attest to the true depth of clarity or how many decibels of bass are present using this. If you just need a splitter to use it for general purpose gaming, fixing an issue so your significant other or relative can use their headset with devices that need the channels split, etc, it works fine. If it passes through the clarity of your headphones. I don't know. I'll let you know when I get some.
👤You have a TRRS headset, but no TRRS port on your PC. This is what you are looking for. I bought two of these back in September of 2015 because I have a habit of buying two, if it works well, I'd rather have a hot spare now than later. It still works well seven years later. I bought that hot spare. I'm sitting in my closet. This one is highly recommended.
👤The splitter works well for audio, but not as well as picking up the mic. I had to use the mic input on my webcam because people had trouble hearing me after I started using this splitter. The difference between night and day is that I just bought a converter that takes my headphones and turns them into ausb. Would not recommend it.
👤I needed a splitter because one of our cats chewed on the cable. I chose this one from Maeline. It won't hang off the desk, but it is nice and short. She can use her headset again, the construction appears to be of good quality, and the sound quality is unaffected. It arrived on time the next day, as it was a Prime item. We're happy.
👤The headphone port was useless when the plug tip broke off. The microphone plug had a sleeve on it.
👤The end pieces are placed on the cables. It's very easy to pull the ends apart. There is a This lasted a few days for me.
You can split two audio headphones from one input device with this splitter. The mic function is not supported by this cable. This cable is widely used to support many devices with a 3.5mm jack. The 3.5mm audio stereo Y splitter can be used in many devices. Not for Apple devices. The portable design has a simple and portable structure of 20 cm. Plug and play, no software required. You can put the aux splitter in your bags or pockets. The mic and headphones have a 3.5mm audio jack on one port and a microphone jack on the other. It's not an ideal choice for a Condenser mic. Premium materials and high fidelity sound could protect against crashing. The best connection and high purity copper are provided by the TRRS splitter cable. It's perfect for most occasions. The mic and headphones are connected separately. It's compatible with most devices, for instance, gamepad for online games, facetime chatting, listening to music, karaoke, etc.
👤I needed an interface cable to connect my computer to the input device. It worked well.
👤I don't like when phone manufacturers skimp on sockets. All my issues were solved by this adapter. Thanks.
👤The microphone jack does not work.
👤Does not work with the iPad Pro. The signal will not be split for audio and microphone.
👤It worked for a while then stopped working. There was no sound or mic.
👤I bought this to use my microphone.
👤There are two things that I like about this cable. The plug and the two sockets seem to have solid connections with the phone and the cables. The plug is slim and nice, and I can connect it to my phone without having to remove it from its case.
👤Does the job with fast delivery.
👤It works great, what can I say?
👤I used a laptop and windows 11 to record.
The complete mic set includes a mic, shock mount, scissor arm stand, desk mount, pop filter, and a manual. The TONOR Q9 is your most secure choice because all premium accessories are contained in one package. MillSO 3.5mm headset split mic and audio: 1 x 4-pole TRRS sockets to 2 x 3-pole TRS jacks for PC and headphones. This headset is compatible with a four-pole TRRS gaming headset, but not with a standard Earphones, Bose headphones or Beats headset. MillSO 3.5mm Headphone Splitter for Computer with universal interface can be used with many VOIP applications. The PC splitter cable has Gold-plated connections. The bending resistance provides enough strength. The design is robust and compact. 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.
The Kingtop Great Support is a one year warranty with friendly and fast customer service. The 3.5mm headset splitter stereo cable adapter allows you to easily connect your stereo headset to a PC audio port and mic port at the same time. The 3.5mm Speaker and headphones have two male ports, one green and one pink, and they are easy to connect to. Enjoy great sound quality. You can use a higher quality headset to connect Destop/PC. The braided wire has a great audio transmission. It's a great solution to have on hand in your laptop bag. Plug and play is the only way to make your headphones work on your device. More value. You can connect your newer headsets to a PC or laptop for use with VOIP applications, such as Skype or chat programs, with the 3.5mm Speaker mic Stereo and Audio cable.
👤I have two pairs of turtle beach headsets for xbox one, xo3 and xo4 are the models, I wanted to use these for pc gaming and this headset splitter works perfectly. The braided fabric cord is long lasting and does not degrade audio or mic audio.
👤The 4-pole inputs on the front of most computers don't always work correctly. I've tried every headset I can find and they have worked on all of them. The key component is the 4-pole female jack, and it appears to be more standard that some of the computers I've tested. This tells me that the headset inputs on computers are not as standard as the adapter is. There is a The cable is short enough to not get in the way. It was perfect.
👤The Amazon has a great deal on this adapter and it is made with great quality materials. I live in a town that does not carry this item. I looked at it. Depending on which direction you travel, the other major towns are 1 1/2 hours away. There is a I am happy that the cord is braided. Braided cords seem to be better quality, don't come apart at the ends, and hold up better overall. There are a lot of cords to choose from, but I would choose this one for you.
👤I've had this for a year. The speakers are working. The issue is that other people can hear what other people are saying over voice chat. I'm doing voice chat and decide to open a second program. The other voice chat users get to hear my game at the same volume as the speakers in my head set. The headset I have is a single 3.5mm version of Koton Each G2000. On a Windows 10 desktop. I think it's a software issue since it only seems to happen when you're multi-tasking with multiple apps open and that's why I gave the adapter a 3-star rating. I don't think the manufacturer can do much to fix it, but if anyone has a good solution, please let me know.
👤If you're using Windows 10 and you're trying to use your Xbox One headset for your PC, do not buy this. If you're trying to talk to someone on the other end, the mic will be muffled so that you don't hear anything. The audio jacks on my computer don't go all the way into the audio ports.
👤I had purchased headphones with a microphone to use on my computer, but they only had one plug for both functions. My desktop required two inputs, one for the mike and one for the stereo headphones. I can now use my German Language lessons and listen and speak thanks to this adapter.
👤I have never had a headset that was reliable. I bought two of these to use with my phone, which has a two-part cord that can be split in the middle, the shorter version plugs into the longer, and the longer cable has two jacks for PC, the shorter a single combined headset jack. I find the longer cable unnecessary at the PC, and it's not a good idea to tangle yourself up in stupid things. That's where the little babies come in. The bottom half of the cord is replaced. They stay securely in the jack and offer great sound quality. I've tried other headsets before and they wear down, but these are the real deal.
The combo mic audio jack plug is used to connect to the male jack. There is a plug. This is not a good idea to connect 2 headphones. The CTIA standard audio splitter can be used with any setup that has a 3.5mm jack. The use of older audio accessories with newer computers can be accomplished with a clearly labeled adapter. It is possible to convert a desktop gaming headset to work with a new version of a laptop, but not an apple device. The Kingtop Great Support is a one year warranty with friendly and fast customer service.
👤There isn't much to it. I think it's funny to write reviews on cords, but I didn't know there was such a thing. I had an old headset that I thought I would use on PS4 but it didn't work because it had two jacks, one for audio and one for mic. I searched for a splitter/adapter and found it here. It works perfectly without any setup in the PS4 menu. It seems like it will last as long as I need it to and sounds great. I have had bad cords before. It is highly recommended to anyone with a similar issue.
👤I had the idea that I could use my Beats Studio headphones with my xbox since I've been playing, instead of purchasing another headphones like turtle beach with the mic. I thought I could rig it up because I had some mics around the house. I found out that I could use an Audio splitter to achieve this. I purchased this product, and it works great. My friends can hear me through the microphone and I can hear the game audio. It's inexpensive and it looks nice. I recommend.
👤The combo port on this cable allows you to split a cellphone or computer into two. I would like to record music on Microsoft Surface. Pro. I did a lot of research and couldn't find an answer. I figured it out. I can use the external microphone with this cable, and the microphone in the control panel can't be used. If windows doesn't detect your external microphone and you have to plug in the external mic first, then you can just use the slitter cable to connect the mic to the adapter. You can set windows mapping in recording software. This tip can help you.
👤My gaming laptop only has one audio in jack and my headset has a speaker input jack and a microphone input jack, so I bought this. I had to use the built in microphone on my laptop because I couldn't use the speakers on my headset. I needed a way to use the speakers and microphone on my headset through the audio jack on my laptop. There is a The adapter is very good. It looks and feels like it is premium quality and the connections are very tight. I haven't heard any reduction in sound quality for the speakers or microphone. The product is a great price.
👤I ordered this to split up the microphone and headphones on the PS4 controller. I want to use the mic from the standard PS4 headset with my Monolith M1060 headphones. There is a The speakers on the PS4 earpiece output are connected to the microphone ring through the splitter. It doesn't show up any signal from the headset microphone when I blow or tap on the headset speakers. There is a The signal goes out to the headphones. There is a noise that does not come directly from the controller, but it is introduced by this splitter. There is a This product doesn't do what I thought it would. Many people have had success with this product and the PS4. I'm not sure if the product I received was a bad one, or if it only works when a dedicated mic is plugged into the microphone port. I think it would work in the way I expected if the leads were flipped.
One 3.5mm jack port computer allows the use of older audio accessories with newer computers, and allows you to use a higher quality headset with your phone. The braided wire has a great audio transmission. The MillSO 3.5mm headset splitter is designed to connect a double-plugs gaming headset to most devices with a 3.5mm TRRS port. The 3.5mm TRRS male and 3.5mm TRS female are on the audio jack cable. Almost all popular audio devices can be supported by the MillSO 3.5mm audio splitter. The 3.5mm male port can be used for PC, laptop, and tablets. There are two 3.5mm female ports for a double-plugs headset. It doesn't work for a microphone. If you have any compatibility issues, please contact their support team. High Fidelity Audio Transmission has a braided sheath, 24K contacts, plastic metal sleeve, and double shielding. Ensuring optimum sound quality, long usefulness, and providing lossless audio transmission are some of the things that should be done. The braided sheath of the 3.5mm headset adapter cable is soft and durable. The design is robust and compact. MillSO offers a 12-month warranty for all of its products to protect against quality troubles or compatibility issues. You can extend it for 18 months by calling the MillSO team. They are happy to help with any problem you have.
👤The product was purchased to do what was advertised, which was to expand a combination of headphones and mics to two usable jacks. It was tested in a phone, a computer, and a car. The mic jack doesn't work in any of the cases. The product page needs to be updated to clearly state which products this adapter works with.
👤This review is for the MillSO Headphone Splitter Adapter - 3.5mm 4 Pole. There is a compatible gaming headset, PS4 and phone. That detail is important. All of the details about connecting audio signals are clear when you get this adapter from Millso. Every single thing is a standard and there are different standards for wiring the tips, rings, and sleeves. The different options are shown in the product's headline. Millso explains what standards are involved in the descriptions. They give all the clues needed to make a quick web search for the device. I got the right device the first time, thanks to these helpful details. It works great when I have a long call. I use an older high quality call-center headset with this one and can hear and be heard much better than with the phone on its own or any "ear bud" based purpose-specific ear/mic combination. I can put it in a container when I'm done with it. I don't coil it into a tight circle. I use it with a headset, but it's 888-282-0465 888-282-0465, which is more compact. Sound does not crackle at all. There is a Thanks to Millso for clearing up the mud in the selection of the sound.
👤The little guy worked great for my consoles. I have a great headset from Logitech, but it doesn't have the plugs for the microphone and headphones. I sit a long way away, and it doesn't work with the Xbox, but it does have ausb, but for some reason that doesn't work with the xbox. The controller only has one port. The headset can be connected to the controller port with this adapter. I can now play squad with my friends.
👤I am using this to add music to my game. It worked for a second and then stopped. I checked my other devices and cables, but they don't work when connected to this splitter. I requested a new one in hopes that it's not bad. I will leave the review as is if the replacement works.
👤My interest was in monitoring the audio output from the computer and connecting a stereo mic output to it. I used an ohm-meter to figure out how it was wired. I found that it could be important for some users. There is a The side with headphones had no surprises. The stereo is passed through the TRRS plug to the TRS plug. What does the mic input do? If you have the output of a stereo feeding a TRS plug with the left channel on the Tip and the right channel on the Ring and you plug this into the mic leg of the adapter, you can use it to amplify your sound. The Left and Right channels will be shorted since both Tip and Ring are connected to the mic input. If the drivers coming from your stereo source are not protected, you could be short out. This arrangement is not for my purpose. It would have been better if they dropped the left or right channels and just passed one through. The best solution would have been to put the wiring diagram in their specifications. If you plug a 2-wire TS into the mic leg of the splitter, you will get no mic input through to the TRRS plug.
Customer service is fast and friendly to solve your problems. The 3.5mm Headset Splitter Cable is designed to connect your headsets which have a separate headphone and microphone jack to a PC, laptop, or tablet, and solve the problem that the headphones can't be connected to a computer. If the microphone and headset are not plugged in before plugging in the PC, it will not pick up the mic. The audio splitter doesn't support iPhone headsets or any other type of headphones, so it's important to know before you buy. The mic headphone splitter is made of high quality soft TPE material, which makes it easy to move or adjust. The copper core could provide a high level of strength and the gold plated connectors could resist the effects of oxidation. The 3.5mm y splitter adapter is portable and easy to carry. The UGREEN 3.5mm Male to 2 3.5mm Female Audio Adapter Cable is what you get.
👤This is not a splitter. The old recorder mic has the same 3.5mm plug as the new headsets, but it is a 3-conductor plug and uses the same contacts. The new headsets use a 3.5mm 4-conductor plug that has a separate contact for the mic. The mic won't work if the mic is plugged into a type jack that doesn't make contact with the mic conductor. If you want to use an old headset that has separate 3.5mm plugs for the mic and headphones, or use a separate mic and speaker with your device, you need this accessory. The old mic plug can be adapted to a 4-conductor plug.
👤My laptop is mounted on a shelf under my desk to keep it out of the way. The new laptop had a combined earphone/microphone jack which meant the microphone I had no my desk for wouldn't work. I had to put the laptop on the desk for the voice calls. I can use my microphone again. It works only with the microphone plugged in. I'm using the laptop speakers. The cables are very thin after they split, so it might not hold up to a lot of travel, but for my purpose, it should be fine.
👤I needed a microphone and speaker for my iPad so I could use it for videoconferencing. My partners say the quality of sound is great and to have a real speaker as an output instead of the iPad in-built ones is a real treat. Top!
👤The sound is ok. I tried to cancel about 5 minutes after I ordered it, but they said it was impossible, so buyer beware. There are no cancelations with this vendor.
👤I intended to use this for my phone and headset to plug into my controller, but it wasn't possible. If you're using a mic with a headset, it's perfect. It sounded good when I used it. I would recommend buying it.
👤The PC doesn't register the microphone as being plugged in after the instructions to plug it into the adapter are followed. There is a The equipment is the HP Envy PC with HP Thunderbolt Dock. I tried to connect to the PC. The microphone does not register.
👤It's cheap and useful and I could use it to do karaoke on my phone and microphone at the same time. The price is equal with the quality, so now it's start lose on the hole.
👤I used this for about a month and it's great, I need this because my 012 air mini pc case had one port and I love the quality of this.
👤The delivery was fast. I plugged it in to my computer.
👤Online streaming from an external mic to a phone.
The microphone is portable and easy to put in your bag or pocket. It doesn't require additional audio software, just enjoy music and voice chat with your favorite 3.5mm headphone at any time, they will give you a satisfactory solution within 24 hours. The UGREEN Headphone Microphone Splitter is a simple way to connect headsets of 4-pole 3.5mm TRRS plug to PC or laptop with separate audio and mic jack. The turtle beach recon 50 gaming headsets can be connected to the computer via the headphones. The headset splitter has oxygen-free copper wire and polished 24K gold- plated connections. The headset is original sound quality and offers better gaming and communication. The UGREEN 3.5mm Y Mic Splitter Cable is built to last. The gold-plated plugs and aluminum alloy casing enhance the durability. The nylon braided jacket is strong enough to endure twist, tug, and tangle. UGREEN PC headset is compatible with most TRRS headsets, such as smartphone headphones. The HD is from Sennheiser. Cs wired headset, Hyperx cloud 2, a speaker, and more. The design is easy to carry around. The cable length is 20 cm. The mic splitter is only compatible with CTIA standard headphones, not Apple Earbuds or Beats headphones.
👤The situation is that only the audio out works, not the audio in. It can't be detected by the desktop. I tried it on my roommate's desktop, but it failed again. -- Update line. Dec 12th There is a The seller contacted me and sent me a replacement, so I changed from 1star to 3stars. It still doesn't work. I can't give 5 stars. Dec 24 The seller sent me another one, but it still didn't work on my Alienware desktop. It worked on my roommate's desktop, but I realized it may be related to Alienware. I change to 5 stars since it works on my computer, and I appreciate the seller's kindness. Merry Christmas! There is a If you are an Alienware user, the splitter may not work on your desktop.
👤When I plugged in the cable, there was a loud static. After a lot of searching, I found an option that allowed you to turn up the sound of your mic, but it was at max volume. You are golden if you look for something that says +db and lowers it to 10. The cable is great. Unless your settings get in the way, it does exactly what it is supposed to do.
👤I am giving this item 5 stars because of the amazing customer service I received. There is a The communication and length of the customer service rep's journey to find a resolution was simply amazing. They offered to replace the item for free, but I refused because it was being used for a temporary solution. I don't think this item is faulty. I think there is a tolerance issue with the headset that did not work. They submitted a partial refund on my behalf after explaining this to the customer service rep. Customer service should be recognized. I wouldn't expect that level of communication from a $10 item. I am both thankful and appreciative that it did. This item works well for my headset. Customer service will make things right if the item doesn't work with your headset.
👤This is for my laptop, which has separate ports for headphones and mic. If you plan on using headphones that only have one headphone port, consider a product like this if you want to use a mic. There is a I have not experienced any problems with this product. The build is pretty solid with the metal parts and braided cable. I would probably not recommend excessive bending.
👤I bought this for my headset to split the audio and mic into two separate devices. It works perfectly, it's a Hyperx cloud 2 headset. I have a headset that I use to reach the back of my computer. Works well! Audio and mic are flawless.
👤The mic and speakers on the xbox one headset were not separated by the sound card in my PC. I picked this up and it works well. Able to use any type of headset with this setup. I won't have to replace it anytime soon.
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