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Headphone Adapter for Apple iPhone Recessed Jack 3.5mm Male Female Extension Plug - Black
|Price:||CDN$ 2.72 FREE SHIPPING.|
- Adaptor converts the phone's own audio output into a universal 3.5 mm output
- 3.5 mm output means unlimited possibilities of device to broadcast the audio sound / music from your phone
- Adapter allows connection to any 3.5 mm stereo headset or portable speaker, including other iPod headsets
- Adapter also allows your phone / PDA to connect to any home stereo system [Note: May require additional RCA Y-Cable]
- Compatible with: Apple iPhone, iPhone 3GS 16GB / 32GB / apple iPad 16 / 32 / 64 GB
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The recessed headphone port on the iPhone prevents many standard 3.5 mm headphone jacks from fitting the device properly. With this headphone adapter, you can be guaranteed that all headphones will work with your device, regardless of the brand.
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Top Customer Reviews
I've only had these for about a week, and I'm realizing that I overpaid for such low quality construction. One cord already cracked and showing the inner wires, and the other already starting to crack.
I would NOT recommend these to anybody.
But, at least the adapters are available and at a reasonable price.
First stop in my search was Amazon and once again....they had the product I was looking for.
Most recent customer reviews
I bought two cables. Any of them work. It seems to be the garbage that the company don't want.Published 7 months ago by Eduardo Hernández Zavala
This was exactly what I needed, it came before the expected date and works perfectly!Published 13 months ago by Tony
When I use this, the audio quality suffers and it is very obvious. I'm not overly surprised given how inexpensive the product was, but after I noticed the poor quality I haven't... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jon Craven-Wall
Did not work properly. Have to play around with the angle of the cable to make the sound. This is how it was out of the box.Published 14 months ago by Luis Guzman