|Manufacturer||Ugreen Group Limited|
|Compatible Devices||Laptop, PC, PlayStation, Tablet, Xbox, Smartphone|
|Package Dimensions||19.05 x 12.7 x 0.63 cm; 10 Grams|
|Item Weight||10 g|
|Manufacturer||Ugreen Group Limited|
|Item Model Number||60287|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||27 December 2018|
UGREEN Headset Adapter Headphone Mic Y Splitter Cable, 3.5mm Stereo Audio Male to 2 Female Separate Audio Microphone Plugs Compatible for PS4 Controller, Xbox One, Laptop, Phone, PC Gaming Headset
- Braided Headset to PC Adapter：UGREEN 3.5mm Headset Splitter Cable is perfectly designed to connect your headsets which have a separate headphone(CTIA) and microphone(TRS) jack to a PC, laptop, or tablet, solving the problem that the headphone can not be connected to a computer that only has a single 3.5mm earphone jack. Please ensure the headset and microphone are plugged into the adapter before plugging the adaptor into PC, otherwise it will not pick up the mic.
- ★IMPORTANT NOTE Before Purchase★: 1. The Mic female port of this UGREEN 3.5mm audio splitter cable only supports TRS Microphone, do NOT support TS or TRRS Mic. 2. The headphone port of this adapter is only compatible with CTIA standard headphones, do NOT support iPhone headsets, do NOT support any OMTP headphones.
- Durable And Flexible With Nylon Braided: This headphone Mic Splitter Adapter is made of high quality soft TPE material for max flexibility, which makes movement or adjustment so easy. Nylon Braided design protects the cable from scratches or demage. Oxygen-free copper core could provide maximum's conductivity and durability, and gold Plated Connectors could resist corrosion and ensure optimum sound quality.
- Tangle Free Short Cable Design: With the length of 7.87 Inch, this headphone mic splitter adapter is portable and easy to carry.
- UGREEN Warranty: Backed by with 24-Month warranty and life-time friendly service support.
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Turn 3.5 mm Jack into Audio&Microphone Jacks to Connect More, Enjoy a More Excellent Audio Experience
- The Cables Unlimited 3.5mm stereo Y-splitter cable allows you to easily connect your stereo headset & Mic to a PC audio port.
- Enabling you to add a mono microphone input, as well as a stereo output to your PC or Laptop, through a single 3.5mm audio port.
- It works with all PC Applications - Skype, MSN Messenger, Yahoo, Google Voice, etc.
Innovative Audio Ports
While some laptops like Dell feature only a single (4-position) 3.5mm audio port to support both audio input and output, this innovative headset 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.
Difference with Other Brands
Comparing with PVC spliiters from other brands,this one is in shielding and much more durable with Aluminum case.
Compact Gold-plated Connections, Antioxidant and Anti-rust
Sturdy Shell for Better Protection
Upgraded wear-resistant and pressure-resistant aluminium alloy casing, easy to insert and remove, better protection for the plug
Cotton-braided Design to Prevent scatching.
UGREEN 3.5mm stereo y-splitter cable allows you to easily connect your stereo headset & Mic to a PC audio port and mic port at the same time, enabling you to add a mono microphone input, as well as a stereo output to your PC or Laptop, through a single 3.5mm audio port.
Excellent Wire Structure for Better Sound Quality
- - To ensure proper hardware detection, we recommend that the external headset is plugged into the adapter first before the adapter is connected to the computer or mobile device.
- - The 4 Pole of 3.5 mm Male Connector is with CTIA standard. If your 3.5 mm device female port is with OMTP standard, the Mic function would not work.
- - This Headphone Mic Splitter is not compatible with RODE microphone.
- - Only TRS/TRRS jack microphone can work with this cable.
- Cotton braided exterior enhanced durability.
- 24K Gold Plated for better sound quality and less loss
- Input: 3.5mm 4-position Male for headset or earphone
- Output 1: 3.5mm 3-position Female for Headphone Jack on your PC/Laptop
- Output 2: 3.5mm 3-position Female for Mic Jack on your PC/Laptop
- The enameled copper core provides maximum's conductivity and durability.
-Flexible cable length 20cm
In The Box:
UGREEN Headphone Mic Audio Y Splitter Cable *1
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Two consideration that don't affect me:
1. this adaptor adds some length to your cord, which you might find cumbersome;
2. some older headsets are designed with different plugs, not all of which convert. This is getting a bit too technical for me, but apparently the number of rings on the old plug signifies different things. You might want to investigate this before buying an adaptor that possibly won't do the conversion you want.
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Check your computer's mic settings and make sure the correct input device is selected. Your computer may be using the wrong source for the mic. For my laptop, the option is the same as the mic built into my laptop.
If that doesn't work, you might wanna check if your mic is a TRS (double ring) jack. Just look at your jack and count the rings. In the product description, it says only compatible with TRS jacks but not a TS (single ring) or a TRRS (triple ring) jack.
If you have the TRS jack, make sure when you insert the jack that it clicks in. If it's in properly, it'll feel tight and snug when trying to twist it.
Otherwise, idk why it doesn't work for you. Maybe you got a defect, but this works as it's intended to, given you have the compatible jacks.
So I connected this splitter to MacBook, then a mic with adaptor and got nothing from the mic. The sound was coming from the internal mic. Later I discovered that it makes a difference in what order you connect splitter and mic to the laptop.
Correct order: connect: tsr to tssr adaptor to the splitter (if you need this for your mic), connect mic to the adaptor; now connect splitter to the MacBook (mic should be connected to the splitter before you connect splitter to the laptop).
After that I had no issue to use headphones connected to splitter and mic connected to splitter for a conference call. Note: you cannot hear live what comes through mic in the headphones - as usual for any headset I tried before.