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Apple USB-C to 3.5mm adapter

Discussion in 'Portable Headphone Amps' started by phower, Nov 9, 2018.
  1. phower
  2. RobbS
    It works and it's short; but keep in mind, this thing feels super flimsy (basically the same as their included lightning > 3.5mm included with news iOS devices). I suspect that it will be problematic within a few months of regular use.
     
  3. Leeco
    I bought it and use it with my HTC 11 Life. It does the job, but it's kind of week. There is no way it pushes 1V... more like 10mV.

    With moderately sensitive earbuds / Meze 99 Neos, the volume is one or two steps from max. In comparison, same earbuds/headphones are 3/4 clicks from the max on my old Galaxy 6 Edge through normal headphone jack. My iPad Pro 10.5 sits around half or 2/5 to get the same volume.

    It is actually cheaper than if you buy a Google or HTC one, so that is nice.
     
  4. phower
    I bought it too. The volume level seems to be dependent on the actual smartphone. On my Zenfone 3, it is sufficient for IEMs. It might be possible to set the digital and analog gain if the phone is rooted.
     
  5. phiemon
    Is there a fix for to increase the volume level? I use the Pixel 3 and the volume is just "ok".
     

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