Apple USB-C to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter Electronics

(10 customer reviews)


About this item The USB-C to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter lets you connect devices that use a standard 3.5 mm audio plug — like headphones or speakers — to your USB-C devices. Works with all devices that have a USB-C connector

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Apple USB-C to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter plug-and-play USB-C to 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter features an audio port that plugs into any available USB C port on desktops, laptops, or any other computer running Windows 10/8/7/Vista and MacOS Sierra 10.

10 reviews for Apple USB-C to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter Electronics

  1. Amazon Customer

    This review is an initial review before it has been used extensively. It just came today (7/18/2022). I tested it and it seems to work well. With that in mind I will update this at a later date if something changes. I had one of these from another brand and it worked for a while and then the song started cutting out. If something like that happens I will update this review. I bought this one because my earphones are the corded Apple Earphones. I figured it may work better with each other since bothe are Apple. But that remains to be seen.

  2. TT

    Excellent product works well

  3. Family Dilema

    My motherboard had static when I used headphones and this solved it, but not only did it fix that it also improved the sound quality. I don’t know what magic apple pulled but these are great for just a few dollars.

  4. Kathryn Schauberger

    I have a pair of AirPods, but I use them to the point that they run out of juice. Then I have to use corded headphones. This works great for those times. I needed this for my iPad Pro so I could continue listen to my movies.

  5. MannyB

    I have both these version (I use for Volumio streamers) and the lightning version I use with iPhone. They are the same besides the connection end. The same applies to both:If you do your research, you will find that the Apple audio dongles objectively measure smack in the middle of dedicated DACs that are multiple times the price…. Unless you are driving some really high impedance headphones, you don’t need more than this. The one gripe, the feel of the cable and cable ends is very flimsy. This is backed up with many reviews where people indicate that over time they fail due to fatigue.

  6. Racine

    I missed my earbuds with new iPad Air 5. I don’t use them that often mostly when my husband is still sleeping. This was such an inexpensive way to deal with it not being able to use my drawer full of old ear buds. I att he’d it to them and they are always ready for use. Apple quality. Good sound, too.

  7. 73

    This is the only Apple product I own, but it works excellently. The USB-C to 3.5 mm adapter’s audio quality is significantly better than the onboard audio in my laptop or in my desktop motherboard. Furthermore, it drives 300 ohm higher impedance headphones with no issue and great audio quality.As other reviewers have mentioned, the build quality isn’t the best, but I have had zero issues with intermittent audio or no connection so far.For the price of this adapter, I am very impressed.

  8. Gail

    These adapters are just what I needed. So glad to find them. Work fine.

  9. Carlos D.

    Okay, let’s get some things out of the way first:If you don’t use a special music player app on Android like USB Audio Player Pro, HiBy Music, or Neutron Player, get ready for low volume.If you prefer a less balanced, bass-heavy sound with less definition, get a regular Samsung USB-C Headset Jack Adapter.With that being said, it’s time for the review!Equipment used for testing:-Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G (USB-C 3.2, USB On-The-Go)-Moondrop Aria-Status Audio CB-1-Tripowin TC-01-Soundcore Life Q30 (Wired mode, balanced EQ)I decided to try this adapter because I saw many people praising it, even though it’s not originally designed for Android. So, lo and behold:My first impression when I got the box was that the unit was nicely packaged. I confirmed when I unboxed the unit. Having the unit in my hands was quite bizarre, since the USB-C male port and the 3.5mm female jack feel quite nice, with glossy plastic. On the other hand, the cable itself feels flimsy and like it’ll break if I’m a little rough with the unit.Connecting it to my Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G and without using any app, I get a good amount of volume, not enough for some, but okay enough to listen to Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, or any other music streaming service you prefer in a nice, quiet environment. Again, go for the Samsung USB-C Headset Jack Adapter if you want to make your ears bleed.If you really want to make this adapter shine, use USB Audio Player Pro, HiBy Music, Neutron Music, or another Android music player app that bypasses Android’s sound source. It can get plenty loud with minimal distortion if you have some good earphones, earbuds, in-ear monitors, or headphones. You can also use 16/24bit and 44.1/48kHz (with USB Audio Player Pro you can get bit-perfect sound output as long as you have files with those bit rates and resolutions. Anything else will be resampled).The sound is quite clean and neutral/flat. Don’t expect a huge bass, but a tight, detailed one. The mids are upfront and you’ll be in a little heaven if you listen to some vocal-driven music. The high frequencies aren’t harsh or piercing. They do feel good enough without being super detailed. I’d say that the sound from this unit is definitely enjoyable; a little bit analytical but not bright, and you can definitely appreciate any music genre you throw at it.The instrument separation is very good, not amazing but very good. Imaging is quite okay, above your phone for sure. The soundstage feels not so wide, but it still feels a little open.There’s no perceptible hiss, which is something great, compared to the Samsung USB-C Headset Jack Adapter. The latter one has a quite noticeable background noise.And now, the reason I give it five stars: $8.28. That’s how much I paid for such a nice Dongle-DAC. There are other options out there, like the Xumee USB-C to 3.5 mm Adapter and the CX31993, but they’re around $13.00 and $16.00 respectively. For $9.00 approx., this is an easy recommendation for any music lover and starter audiophile who uses Android (especially if you listen to well-produced music).

  10. T. Ching

    Allows me to use standard ear buds with my iPad. Used them instead of my Bluetooth ones that sometimes fall out which can be a problem to find or get to on an airplane. My only complaint is I wish they made this adapter with a little thicker cord. It feels a little fragile. Sound quality is great and does the job well.

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