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post #31 of 35

Glad this thread was resurrected!  I have a Speck Fitted case and just wanted to let you all know that the Westone plug DOES NOT fit.  I really love this case and don't care to just have a "snap" case without any protection on the top and bottom, so I went to Radio Shack and got an 8" volume extension.  Not the best solution, but for $8, it'll do for now.

 

Another dilemma is the dock connector.  My connector coming from my DICE interface in the car is too big for the case also.  It seems to be hollow-ish sounding plastic on the base to just try to Dremmel it down slimmer so I'm stuck as to what to do there also.  Buy an adaptor that's slimmer/smaller?? Buy a nice ProClip holder with passthrough?? All this to keep a free case that I really love for my phone!

 

Any advice on the dock connector issue?

post #32 of 35

I had to look at a lot of cases for my iPhone 4 because I have the JH16's, one of the biggest plugs around. I ended up with the Seidio Innocase Active X from Amazon. I wanted the protection of the Otterbox Commuter without having to take a Dremel to the headphone opening. This case has a large silicone headphone opening and I knew I could cut easily if needed. It fit my headphone plug with just enough room.

 

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post #33 of 35
Quote:
Originally Posted by fsrenduro View Post

You could buy the case you want and just make the opening for the headphone bigger with a drill (if plastic) or exacto knife (if rubber). Another solution is to get something like this:

http://reviews.cnet.com/cell-phone-and-smart/griffin-headphone-adapter-for/4505-6448_7-32493897.html?tag=contentMain;compare




Is there something wrong with the link? It cannot be opened, What's the problem?
post #34 of 35

Link still works when I click on it.

post #35 of 35

Another resurrection. Im thinking about the Vapor 4 case on my 4S but not sure about being able to fit my AT5's which have a standard Westone type cable. Anyone have any other recommendations?
 

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