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With the iEA15BLK from iLuv, you can control your iPod and iPhone no matter what headphones you are using. This in-line remote lets you adjust the volume, play, pause, or change the track. You can even hold the center button to use the “Voice Over” feature for your iPod shuffle 3G, and a voice will identify which track or playlist is currently playing.
Got a pair of headphones you already love, but wish you had iPod controls? Rather than buying new phones, this in-line remote lets you add music control for Apple devices.
Control apple devices without replacing your headphones. Click to enlarge.
Works With Any Standard Headphones
iPod users can attach the iEA15 remote adapter to any pair of headphones with a standard 3.5mm plug, without sacrificing sound quality.
Control Your Music
Just like the Apple headphones included with most iPods, these will let you control volume, play/pause, next track, and previous track. Equipped with a remote chip provided by Apple, it'll work with most iPod models.
Works With Mac Computers
Mac's computers also allow you to use headphone remotes. This device is compatible with the following models:
MacBook (13.3-inch, Late 2009), MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2008), MacBook Pro (17-inch, Early 2009), MacBook Pro (17-inch, Late 2008), Mac Pro (Early 2009), iMac (24-inch, Early 2009), iMac (20-inch, Early 2009), and current models.
The iEA15 also lets you control iTunes on your iPad.
The iEA15 also supports the VoiceOver feature on the iPod shuffle 3rd generation (the 4th generation model has a dedicated button). Press and hold the center button to hear the title and artist playing or to switch playlists.
What's in the Box
iLuv iEA15, User Manual
love this product hard to find but amazon come to my rescue THANKSPublished 1 month ago by Ernesto salazar
I bought 2 of these - neither lasted a year - and I used them sparingly.Published 3 months ago by The Tailpipe
Great for IPods that don't have volume controls or if you want to use other headphones.Published 6 months ago by jobo