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If I have a 3.5 mm plug on my device, can I use that for mic input and use this for headphone output?
In particular, I have a nice mic input that has cross-talk with the headphones. That goes away if I use Bluetooth headphones but they add latency. If I could send the signal out through this, I think I'd be all set.
- Asked by Benjamin F from Harvard
- 06 12, 18
- Flag as inappropriate (If I have a 3.5 mm plug on my device, can I use that for mic input and use this for headphone output?)
Will this allow a stereo input from an external stereo mic such as the Rode Stereo Videomic Pro which comes with 3.5mm stereo mini-jack output?
Is there a reversed adapter that goes from female lightning to 3.5mm male so I can use my lightning earpods with other devices?
I am looking for an adapter that I can use to connect my lightning earpods to my computer.
Does the adapter support Toslink?
Does this adapter support Toslink connection like the headphone output on a MacBook Pro? If so, with or without a mini Toslink adapter?
Also, as many have asked: Can you please specify the specific DAC chip used? The resulting audio quality varies depending on the chip manufacturer/algorithm applied to convert the signals from digital to analog. AKA: The chip is everything
- Asked by Jason S from San Francisco
- 02 14, 17
- Flag as inappropriate (Does the adapter support Toslink?)
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Hello, if we connect ear pod to 3.5mm lightning adaptor, can we speak through ear pod mic? means mic in the ear pod works?
- Asked by Pradeesh T from Rak
- 09 8, 16
- Flag as inappropriate (Hello, if we connect ear pod to 3.5mm lightning adaptor, can we speak through ear pod mic? means mic in the ear pod works?)
Does the iPhone 7 adaptor come with a guarantee
Just want to know if this messes up does this come with guarantee as the first one that came with phone messed up.
- Asked by Saima N
- 10 20, 17
- Flag as inappropriate (Does the iPhone 7 adaptor come with a guarantee)
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Does this work with the IPhone 6s?
I use 2 phones and would hate to have to carry 2 ear buds. So disappointed with Apple that I even have to ask this question. Really should give us back our 3.5mm jack.
- Asked by Mark L from Warrenton
- 09 8, 16
- Flag as inappropriate (Does this work with the IPhone 6s?)
Headphones without microphones built in would let me use the iphones own mic previously. Is that the same with the adapter?
My headphones do NOT have a microphone.
When my old iPhone with a headphone jack had these headphones plugged in, I could hear the audio of a phone call in the headphones and use the microphone in the phone itself for people to hear me.
Will this adapter work the same way or will it disable the phone’s microphone?
- Asked by Nathan W from San Jose
- 11 24, 18
- Flag as inappropriate (Headphones without microphones built in would let me use the iphones own mic previously. Is that the same with the adapter?)
Will the remote controls (volume and play/pause) and microphone in older iPhone headset earphones work when connected to iPhone 7 with this adapter?
When I receive my new iPhone 7 and I use my old earpods together with this adaptor; will I then be able to use the volume control on my old earpods?
Can I use this adapter with traditional headphones at the same time as using bluetooth headphones?
This would allow two people to watch the same thing using headphones. It would be perfect for watching movies during a flight.
- Asked by Adam K from Littleton
- 09 19, 18
- Flag as inappropriate (Can I use this adapter with traditional headphones at the same time as using bluetooth headphones?)
Will this work with third party headphones?
Just bought an iPhone 8 and using aftermarket adapters, none of my headphones will work.
No sound, no mic, etc.
The included Lightning headphones do work, but they aren't great for me when I run, hike, etc.
- Asked by William B from San Diego
- 11 11, 17
- Flag as inappropriate (Will this work with third party headphones?)
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