UGREEN 3.5mm Audio Stereo Y Splitter Extension Cable 3.5mm Male to 2 Port 3.5mm Female for Earphone, Headset Splitter Adapter, Compatible for iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro, Samsung, LG, Tablets, MP3 players
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- FUNCTION: Ugreen 3.5mm audio splitter Y extension cable 20cm connects most devices with 3.5mm auxiliary port (AUX), like MP3 player, smartphone, tablet, computer etc, to two headphones or speakers, which is a great solution to share cool music, movies and games with your families and friends.
- METAL HOUSING: This 3.5mm audio splitter extension cable is equipped with premium metal housing, which is different from the normal PVC connector in market.
- 24K GOLD PLATED TERMINALS: Gold plated connector terminals resist corrosion and ensure optimum sound quality.
- MATERIAL: Bare copper conductors ensure the good performance while audio transfer. The strain-relief rings near the connector makes the connector more stable and flexible.
- WORRY-FREE WARRANTY: Any product from Ugreen enjoy a 18-month warranty, welcome to contact us. Important Notes: If you use TRRS headphones (4-conductor) with this extension cable, the audio will work but the Mic won't.It also does NOT work with the inline volume control on the headphone.
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UGREEN 3.5mm Audio stereo splitter cable converts a single 3.5mm stereo jack to two 3.5mm stereo jacks. It allows you to share music with your family or friends through headphones from the same source. It supports mobile phone, MP3 player, tablet, notebook, PC etc. The metal case connector allows you to plug it to your source device withtout taking off your mobile / Tab case.
1. Cable length: 20CM/ 8inch
2. Input: 1 x male 3.5 plug
3. Output: 2 x female 3.5mm plugs
4. Convert one 3.5mm male to two 3.5mm female
5. 24K Gold plated housing and contacts for optimum sound quality
6. Chrome-finished plugs
7. Pure copper provide maximum's conductivity and durability
8. Compatible with any audio devices with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack
UGREEN Premium 3.5mm (Aux) Stereo Audio Splitter Cable x 1
24K Gold-plated connector
Gold plated connector terminals resist corrosion and ensure optimum sound quality.
Durable and Flexible Cord
Durable shielding with pure copper significantly enhances the flexibility and durability for a longer lifespan.
Slim and Elegant Design
The cable length is 20cm/8inch, whitch is compact and lightweight for your road trips and plane rides.
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Logically, it should work in the reverse as well, right? 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, allegedly, affect the quality of the output when splitting a single headphone output to two outputs.
In practice, this has not been my experience. But I think it's worthwhile to describe my setup in more detail to help you understand whether or not this review is actually helpful to you and your use case.
I attempted 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 with a pair of nice computer speakers.
For gaming on my PC, I use a FiiO E10K DAC/AMP combo as my sound output device. The line out port of the DAC/AMP is connected to the input jack on the back of my speakers.
For console gaming on my monitor, I use the line out from the monitor and connect that to the AUX port on the front of my speakers. This certainly does the job just fine. But I thought it would be more elegant to have both the DAC/AMP and the monitor's line out to both feed into the single input port on the back of the speakers.
So I'm using this splitter in an input port. If the splitter truly doesn't affect sound quality when using it on an output port then it stands to reason that there should be no effect when using it on an input port.
When both the monitor and the DAC/AMP are connected to the splitter, the sound quality is cut in half. It's half as loud and half as clear. If I disconnect just one of the devices from the splitter then the quality jumps back up to normal quality.
I was disappointed but not really surprised. I've used splitters in the past to similar effect but had hoped that buying a well-reviewed product would change the outcome, alas it did not.
So, to that end, I can't say whether or not this would necessarily work for its advertised use case. If I had to guess, I'd say that it probably doesn't.
It's too bad, too, because the build quality is top notch. It feels solid and is made of great feeling materials. It just doesn't do what I need it to do.
The durability and material quality seemed good enough to last long. It doesn't feel as if it was made from cheap materials. The review may change as time passes by. Will keep posted if anything changes.
Personal Note: What I have noticed is that most of these audio splitter cables seems like it was "designed" for devices that already have an independent sound control. Without it, you're solely relying on the volume control of main device which I personally think can reduce the volume level to the output devices connected. At least that's what I have personally experienced.
Again, my review is based on personal experience with item(s) received. I am not an audiophile to provide professional but only personal feedback. :)
Connected to the splitter, the headphones have no static at all. Sound comes through both sides of both the headphones and speakers. I'm not sure how well the wires on the splitter would hold up if they were being moved around a lot with a laptop, tablet, or phone, but since they are not going to be moving around I won't have to worry about that. The plugs on the speakers and headphones snap firmly into place, and the plug on the splitter snaps firmly into the jack on my computer.