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Headset Hands Free 3.5mm Adapter + Microphone for Apple iPod Touch iTouch 1 2 3 iPhone 2 3g 3gS


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  • Can use microphone to make phone call for iTouch, not like other adapters don't have this feature.
  • Use adapter hands free to listen to music, make or receive phone call.
  • Convenient remote button
  • Inline microphone built-in.
  • Instructions how to use INCLUDED in retail package.
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  • Shipping Weight: 0.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002ZX695U
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (159 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,280 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

The best in quality and design headset to 3.5mm adapter with microphone and remote buttons built-in.  Simply plug one end to your iPod or iPhone devices ( any models / versions ) and the other end is the universal 3.5mm female adapter so that you can use any of your favorite dual headphones with a male 3.5mm plug and you will have a hands-free + stereo headset which you can use to make or receive phone calls and also listen to music from your devices stereo.  Convenient built-in microphone and remote buttons so you can pause / stop or play music and phone calls.

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The volume control works.
Amazon Customer
And I get headphones with retractable cables so the extra cord length isn't a problem.
Greg G.
To me the company failed to supply the product I ordered and will be returned.
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58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By N. Fischer on April 6, 2011
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I've had this adapter for about a year. I bought it for use with my JVC 'shrooms and the iPhone 4. This was meant to be a temporary fix until something of better quality came out. Sad to say, but there still isn't anything better after an e n t i r e year. I think it's safe to say that Apple or China is inhibiting the mic adapter market for iDevices. But I digress politically...

In the beginning of my experience, the adapter was a great fix for a harsh vacancy. One who loves music must surely spit when apples earbuds are mentioned. The voice quality was crisp and I didn't detect any loss of quality for music. The volume slider worked great.

Then, after one month of use, the clip decided it was through with life and promptly split at the hinge. Being the ghetto genius I am, I modded the hinge part with a paper clip and continued.

After about seven months of use the wire at the plug end began to decay, showing clear stress signs. Shortly thereafter, it separated revealing the inner guts. It took some heatshrink with electric tape to create a suitable fix. Needless to say, it became unattractive at this point.

About a month ago, I began encountering intermittent interference while on voice calls. Unfortunately it's steadily become a receiver for a gremlin minimalist band that loves to chip at my sanity with bits and bops. Talking over the sequential patterns is like trying to sing under a Chinese water torture device. It is freaking irritating. I notice that tapping/lightly slamming the volume control/control button/ microphone case seems to deliver an instant encore.

It's dead Jim.

Now after much research I find that there is still no better option. The Shure MPA-C3 is oddly vacant from the face of the planet.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 8, 2010
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I'm using this adapter on a Motorola Droid. It works great. The volume control works. People tell me that my voice is quite clear. The plug that plugs into the phone is low-profile, so I don't worry that it will catch on something and break off in the phone or damage the 3.5mm jack. The clip opens wide to grab onto, e.g., a thick coat collar, and it has a strong spring. The button mutes during a phone call and pauses while listening to podcasts. Works better than some devices I've tried that cost 3 times as much. I only wish it had controls to fast-forward and rewind podcasts, but I suspect those functions aren't available on the Motorola Droid headset jack. Oh, and delivery was very prompt, only about 3 days by USPS.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 16, 2010
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Since this seems to be a relatively new item, I want to add to the list of positive experiences. Voice memos, Shazam and Dragon Dictation all work perfectly on my iPod Touch. Haven't tried Skype yet.
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102 of 126 people found the following review helpful By T. Wetzel on June 15, 2010
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By pschlosser on October 15, 2010
This is a great unit. It is inexpensive and the sound quality is very good. In terms of listening quality, there is no discernible difference between it and other units costing ten times more. The microphone quality may not be as good as some of the noise-canceling units out there, but it performs adequately and remarkably well for the price.

Now the downside: it's delicate. It comes apart easy. The wires inside are very tiny and cannot tolerate being pulled around outside its case. Furthermore, the wires entering the base twist freely within the unit, and as such, frequent twisting causes the wires to break inside. This thing wasn't built to last, it was built with costs in mind.

An additional downside, at least for me, is the cable is too short. I am tall, and thus, my torso is tall. While the cable is around 24 inches long, it is not long enough for the phone to be down in the front pocket of my Levis and the microphone to be up on my lapel or collar. Instead, it just reaches the bottom of my shirt pocket. Another 12 inches would have scored a 5 star rating.

I have purchased three of these, now, and I have a tip for those of you who may be adventurous: Glue it shut. That's right, glue the thing shut and it will last considerably longer. Do this at your own risk, mind you. But if you want to save a buck and have the thing last for a while, this is my recommendation. I have perfected the following procedure and the third unit has lasted over 9 months, so far. I use the thing everyday in my car, and often around the house doing chores.

Insert the headphone plug into the top of the unit, and use it as leverage to split the unit apart. Carefully place superglue at a few places around the perimeter. Place a drop of glue at the base where the wires enter the unit (to prevent them from twisting.) Snap the unit back closed, press, hold and enjoy.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By P. Myers on December 24, 2009
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This mic is over and above excellent! works GREAT for ipod touch 2g! I highly recommend it if your looking for a mic that does it all- (shazam, calling people, voice memos) everything! If I could I'd give it 20 stars, good work!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By N. Lynn on January 20, 2010
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After reading one of the other comments for this 3.5mm stereo adapter, I decided to pick it up. I was afraid it would be cheap, because the price was so good. It works perfectly on my Motorola Droid! Volume control works for all audio, audio sounds great through your own headphones, people hear my voice clearly even when I do not clip it close to my mouth, button works to mute current call (it activates the mute feature in the software, as opposed to just a physical mute mechanism, which surprised me). Outside of a voice call, button loads default music player (by holding it down), plus pauses and plays once you are in the music program. The one thing it did not do was end the phone call by pushing the button. All I could was mute the call. Holding the button down would not end the call. However, this does not bother me in the least, because I was mainly concerned about the volume and mute controls. In that aspect, it is rock solid. I forgot to test and see if I could use the button to ANSWER an incoming call. That needs to be next on my list.

I am so happy with this product, I am going to order an additional one for my car. I am still shocked that such a low costing product provides so many features that I love! I highly suggest picking this beauty up.
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