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This review is from: Belkin Speaker and Headphone Splitter (Electronics)
I bought this product assuming that the positive reviews would be correct and that the negative reviews were people who were mis-shipped the wrong item. I received a cord in the mail that looks identical to the one pictured and it does exactly what the negative reviews say it does. it doesn't split one audio source into two. it takes a 2 channel audio source and splits it into right and left channels. If you really need an extra connection and spot to lose audio quality to split your output into left and right channels for your receiver this will work wonders for you. if you are just trying to split an audio source into two duplicate connections steer clear of this as you will only wind up wasting your money.
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Initial post: Oct 8, 2013 1:58:47 PM PDT
Thanks, any recommendations?
Posted on Dec 14, 2013 1:40:32 PM PST
John Libree says:
Same thing with me, the reviews are misleading.
Posted on Jan 7, 2014 5:25:02 PM PST
J. Merchen says:
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 19, 2014 3:16:53 PM PST
The item described here is called "Belkin speaker and headphone SPLITTER" - what am I missing?
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 21, 2014 12:47:44 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Jan 21, 2014 12:49:03 PM PST
D. Rader says:
@J. Merchen -- If you are going to put someone down for not thinking hard enough you may want to consider starting your sentences with upper case letters and spelling correctly. One might think you were not thinking hard enough when you typed your reply. And the product label says "splitter" by the way, so I'm not sure what point you were trying to make other than to be condescending to the original reviewer.
Posted on Apr 2, 2014 1:25:17 PM PDT
Posted on Jul 27, 2015 5:27:39 PM PDT
Mine splits one audio into two (not L&R), not sure why yours came like that.
Posted on Oct 10, 2015 11:19:37 AM PDT
hamid mazuji says:
are you sure you weren't listening to a mono signal to begin with?
did you test your signal?
under 'control panel'
look for an icon for your sound; it could be under the 'sound and audio devices' icon, but mine was under an icon for 'multi-chanel sound manager'. my pc has realtek audio.
make sure your system is set to either 'desktop stereo speakers' or 'stereo headset'
look for the 'speaker test' tab
mine says "click on the speaker to test it"
when i click on the left speaker i hear the left speaker "tada"
when i click on the right speaker i hear the right speaker "tada"
when i click on the left speaker i hear the left headset "tada"
when i click on the right speaker i hear the right headset "tada"
Posted on Jan 13, 2016 7:24:38 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Jan 13, 2016 7:25:26 PM PST
Some times it is too tight and don't go in deep enough with light force. Sometimes it is too loose and go in too deep....
In other words, this unit DOES split fine but finesse is required.
Or defective unit with one side broken.
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