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Belkin Speaker and Headphone Splitter
- Speaker and headphone splitter allows you to connect 2 headsets or speakers to 1 jack
- Offers an easy way to connect 2 mini-stereo speakers to your iPod
- Features one male 1/8 inch miniplug and two female 1/8 inch ends
- Works great with laptops
- Lifetime warranty
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The Belkin iPod speaker/headphone splitter lets you connect two mini-stereo headphones or speakers to the same jack on your iPod, portable cassette, or CD player. Belkin audio video accessories offer a variety of ways to install, expand, and upgrade stereo and home theater systems.
The Belkin Y Splitter Adapter Mini connects two stereo speakers or headphones to the mini-stereo jack on your iPod and cassette, MP3, or CD player. It's great for iPods. The gold-plated contacts ensure accurate data transfers and crisp, clean sound. The Belkin Y Splitter is backed by a limited lifetime warranty and is six inches long.
Top Customer Reviews
extremely easy to use
Diminishes volume? Not too badly.
DOES preserve stereo separation! I'm mixing a song right now through these splitters and while panning back and forth, my headphones respond as if the splitter weren't in at all. It doesn't turn stereo to mono despite what that one guy said. And yes, I've got two pairs of headphones plugged in.
I discovered that if both sets of headphones plugged into the splitter aren't firmly plugged in, it will do the stereo to mono thing, but if you click them in properly, you're fine.
They work fine--but they attenuate (diminish) the sounds. As if splitting the sounds splits the power of the sounds. Its very noticeable to me, using my studio headphones--but maybe not to others so much. I am a percussionist, and I am very much into "slight" sounds (cymbal tingles and sizzles, off beats, etc.). Those "slight" sounds "nobody" hears are the heart of soul of what I try to provide in my percussion.
The Belkin product is not different than others I've tried--it appears to be a fact of using the product. Still, it works well, given it's natural attenuation.
I've tried a few of these adapters before and this is the one I've found to have the best quality. I can't hear any added hiss or static noise from splitting the audio signal.
I would routinely get mad that I had no audio when using it for navigation, and would always kick myself for forgetting that I had to unplug one cable and plug in the other. I would only remember this while driving, so I would always have to wait till I could stop to do it.
Picked this up and solved that little issue. I have this plugged into a Ground Loop Isolator to solve another issue, and have no adverse affects of having two lines into one.
I'm really glad I bought one of these because now I don't have to physically connect either my phone or laptop to the stereo systems anymore. Further, I wasn't able to connect to my old stereos ever, so the sound quality has really improved. I highly recommend getting this if you're thinking of connecting two stereo systems like I did.