Monster 123872-00 iSplitter Shared Headphone Adapter (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Connects two sets of headphones to iPhone, iPod, MP3 player, laptop, portable CD/DVD/game system, and SmartPhone
- Plugs into any standard 1/8" (3.5mm) mini-headphone jack.
- Dual volume controls enable individual listening levels.
- Built-in mute switch allows quick breaks without interrupting other listener or pausing device.
- Rugged, compact construction ideal for travel and on-the-go use.
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The biggest problem is that the connections are super finicky. You need to get the plugs in at exactly the right depth in order for them to make a connection. Bump it even a little bit and you're getting sound from only one ear, missing all the mid-range, or hear nothing at all. This is incredibly frustrating and makes the splitters almost impossible to use.
It does seem to annotate the sound a bit when both volumes are up and on, but not by much.
I bought thi to use for audio recording/production purposes for when I'm on the go , want to travel very lightly, and need to record a vocalist.
Using this we will both be able to hear the mix coming out of my macbook and set levels appropriately.
Another note is it's a bit bulky if you were to be using it carrying it around with an ipod or such, but I dont see why anyone would be splitting the signal while you were on the move.
If either myself or the person I'm watching something with makes even the slighest movement, we have to stop the show and rejiggle the wires. For the time being, I'll keep using it though, as I haven't found a better alternative.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These splitters will not work if you use them with Apple headphones that are microphone enabled.Published 14 months ago by Liz Adams
now I can finally share my music and not get grossed out by someone putting my earbuds in their ear!Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
It even has volume control. This splitter has the cool look and works correctly. The sender was extremely professional. Thanks.Published on January 7, 2013 by Larry Berman