If you have headphones with a USB-C connection can you plug the lightning cable side into a iPad to listen at audio that's on a iPad
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Like the normal USB-A to Lightning cable made and sold by Apple, this cable transfers both power and data. Assuming your USB-C headphones don't require a special cable (some do, if there's something special along the line such as controls or some sort of ground or other power adapter) to work, then this should do the trick... provided the USB-C end of this cable fits into the slot on your headphones, which depending on the model it may or may not. (I'm not talking connector type, since you said it's USB-C already... I mean the area around the USB-C port, the clearance it offers for the cable. Apple's cables usually have a pretty small footprint on connecting ends, but some headphones have special cables to fit their curved shape that may not work right with Apple's cable design)
- Answered by Timothy M from Eugene
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To avoid having to buy the Lightning Digital AV Adapter, could I connect a USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter to a USB-C to Lightning Cable?
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When using this with a standard micro USB to USB cable is electrically the same as the lightning to USB cables?
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