Turns a 3.5mm 4 pole smartphone output port into two 3.5mm ports.
One 3.5mm microphone jack and one 3.5mm headset jack. The splitter (4-pole 3.5mm to two 3-pole 3.5mm) is a splitter Adapter features one 3.5mm 4 pole Male (TRRS) and two 3.5mm (TRS) stereo Female connectors, enabling you to add a mono microphone input, as well as a stereo output to your smart phone, through a single 3.5mm audio port.
This splitter adapter breaks the audio port out into two distinct ports - one that can be used for a microphone input connection, and the other for connecting external (output) speakers.
The headset splitter features is a compact design to alow the perfect solution for conference applications that require to connect a conferance microphone and external PC speaker.
This adapter is not a headphone splitter/Y-cable. It cannot be used to split the audio output to two separate headsets or speakers.
To ensure proper hardware detection, it's recommended that the external headset/microphone be plugged into the adapter first, before the adapter is connected to the mobile device.
Cable Type: Headset splitter
Jacket Material: PVC
Additional Features: Gold-plated connectors
Connector(s): 1 x mini-phone 3.5 mm 4-pole - male
Connector(s): 2 x mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm - female
What is a TRRS?
Description: TRRS connectors are the 3.5mm audio-style connectors that you see on some phones, MP3 players and development boards. TRRS stands for “Tip, Ring, Ring, Sleeve,” which reflects the fact that, unlike a standard stereo connector, this actually has three conductors and a ground.
What is a TRS?
A TRS connector (tip, ring, sleeve) also called an audio jack, phone jack, phone plug, jack plug, stereo plug, mini-jack, mini-stereo, or headphone jack, is a common analog audio connector.
What is a 3.5 mm headphone jack?
Headphone Jack (3.5mm) A small round connector for accepting the pin-shaped plug from a standard pair of music headphones. Older phones used a smaller 2.5mm jack for phone headsets. Either size can support stereo sound and/or a microphone, depending on the number of separate connector rings on the plug or jack.
What do you call a headphone jack?
Specific models are termed stereo plug, mini-stereo, mini jack, headphone jack and microphone jack. They are sometimes referred to by size, i.e. 3.5mm. The terms jack plug and jack socket are commonly used for the respective male and female connectors.