Stellar Labs 35-4180 In Line Headphone Volume Control
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- Works with most portable mp3 players and iPods.
- Works with many smart phones.
- Works with many computers.
- Plug = 3.5mm, Jack = 3.5mm
- Length appox. 8 inches
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- Adds convenience to most any headphone that does not provide a local volume control. Plug = 3.5mm, Jack = 3.5mm Length appox. 8 inches
- Note about Compatibility: FYI, the 3.5mm headphone connection found on this In-Line Volume Cord is based on a standard stereo connection. Unfortunately these days, there are some smart phones, some computers, and a few portable mp3 players that have 3.5mm plugs that are occasionally not compatible with the decades old standard.
Top Customer Reviews
This definitely does the trick. In fact, it can lower the volume 100%, thus, muting it. As you have probably experienced on cheap radios, sometimes the lowest volume setting still lets some sound bleed through. That does NOT happen with this volume control and I'm super happy about that!
CONSTRUCTION: The overall length is 11" with the middle of the volume dial neatly centered at 5.5" The size the dial and the housing is just over 0.5" diameter. The length of the dial housing along the cable is just about 1.375" so if you have larger hands you may find the dial to be small. The male TRS pin and the female TRS jack seem to be accurately sized to the standard. They fit snugly with the other cables and jacks I have mated them with.
My one concern with this item is that the wire used seems pretty thin compared to the wire on my other 3.5mm TRS cables. You wouldn't think that would be a concern since this is only 11" long but I expect to take this cable "on the go" and maybe even give it some limited use on-stage.Read more ›
But the sound from the television makes it difficult to nod off.
With most TVs, you can plug headphones and a long cord to an audio-out receptacle.
If the sound in the headphones is too loud, get this control to reduce the volume.
These do just the right thing. They plug into the line between your player and headphones, and provide volume control (as well as an extra 10 inches of cord).
I bought a second pair to use with my laptop as an angle plug, since the headphone jack is on the front and my headphones have a straight connector.
(I do confess, I didn't buy them via Amazon, because of the shipping cost).
This is an item that is effect by the taste of listener, I am using it at relatively low volume in line with a custom built ANC headphones.
NO NOISE at any volume I can stand, being added by this controller. FOUR STARS is all I could rate it at due to the type of item.
Please note that I follow up on posts that change over time.
If this has helped please click on and let me know. Good Listening!
UPDATE It had problems and separated.
Update 11/3/14 Good while it lasted, did not make it a year, that being said while it worked it did a great job. I still think for the money it is a good item. I am going to try another brand. I am going to add another headphone amp, and both locations will have good volume controls. I am a heavy user of headphones spending on average 8 hrs. a day. I have about 10 pair of cans, the ones I use most are my Audio Technica M-50's for monitor work connected to headphone amp. And my two pair of A/T ANC noise cancelling headphones, these get a work out as I prefer them for digital music. This gear gets dropped, sat on, and lost on a daily basis. I think the abuse and number of hours I got out of this speaks volume's about how good this item is. The failure was a result of getting caught on things and even the slightest movement would result at times changing volume. That is why I am going to use a model with a clip so I can attach it to shirt or whatever. Would I still buy these again, yes but would use them for use with my Tascam portable recorder or when on a plane. At the price I bought them at it cost me about 65 cents a month, well worth it. Good Listening
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I chose this Stellar Labs because of the L-jack, as it is connected to a tablet running Kodi with audio piped via auxiliary, and I felt an L-jack pointing down would be a more... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Tinfoot
Works fine. I do find the adjustment roller to be very small - I do with this component was larger. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Richard D
Works as advertised, good for earbuds. The audio taper is not a real good match to bluetooth devices, but does the job.Published 15 days ago by Gene S.
I bought this so that i could accurately adjust the volume on my smartphone without taking it out of my handlebar bicycle mount. In short, it barely works. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew
Love the size as I like to put the player in my pocket with controls outside when on my 'bike'.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I bought 2 of these and both have worked flawlessly. I was a bit concerned because the wires are so thin, but haven't had any problems yet.Published 1 month ago by FierceGT