Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: Cubilux USB C to 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra S20/S20 FE Note 10, Tab S7 S6, Type C Audio Dongle for 2020/2018 iPad Pro, Google Pixel 5 4 3 XL, OnePlus 8T 8 Pro 7T
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Useful USB-C adaptor for Android devices - works with both headphones and headset microphones on a Pixel 2. It's moulded plastic, and the durability looks pretty decent.
There are two kinds of USB-C headphone adapters: one kind which transfers digital audio from the phone via the USB port; the other analogue Audio Adapter Accessory mode which just connects your headphones to the same pins normally used for data in the USB connector, but which is then routed to a DAC in the phone which generates the audio. The analogue Audio Adapter Accessory mode type are much cheaper (there's no circuitry inside, it's just two connectors with a custom cable between them), but are not supported by all phones. The Pixel 2, for example, does not support this kind of adapter.
This adapter definitely is in fact a digital type (the product description is accurate), and works with the Pixel 2, amongst other phones which only support digital adapters.
Audio quality seems fine - it is designed to connect to domestic headphones so your average earbuds will be fine and produce decent quality audio. But don't expect to be able to plug a pair of *high impedance* HiFi headphones in and have great quality audio - it can't drive them on it's own and you'll need the help of a headphone amp.
They obviously didn't test these properly. You simply move and it distorts the sound with a loose connection. I cycle with my music on my phone. Constant sound distortion from the movement and it gets do bad it cuts off the music. Ruining my exercise and music.
This works great and does what it's supposed to. I use it to connect my headphones to my Google Pixel 4, which annoyingly has no headphone jack. Only had it for a few weeks but it seems pretty resilient and decent quality.
I have not tried this out on any other devices, but for what I use it for and what they advertise, it's perfect.
This worked really well, for about 6 months. But the customer service by Cubilux was great. They got me a replacement (actually, a higher quality since the one I got was out of stock) in less than a week. I don't mind the lack of durability if the company will stand by the product.