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iLuv iEA15BLK iPod Remote with 3rd-Party Headphone Adapter for VoiceOver (Apple Compatible Products only)
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- Compatible with any standard headphones and earphones.
- No sacrifice in sound quality.
- Flexible design for easy use.
- Compact and easy installation.
- Lightweight and ultra portable.
- Compatibility: iPod nano 4G, 5G, 6G; iPod shuffle 3G, 4G; iPod classic 5G, 6G; iPod touch 2G, 3G, 4G; iPad
- Add in-line music control to your existing headphones
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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
Top Customer Reviews
I just used them on a 5 hour flight, they were great since I could use my noise cancelling headphones.
The adapter looks well made, nice color (black), but the only thing that I did not rate it 5 stars is because you may get confused when turning up or down the volume with the center click, so you may get "pausing" your music instead of changing the volume. An another thing, since they're black, you will have a little of a hard time guessing if you're going to push the up or down volume button.
But I love this adapter for sure.
Just received this adapter and it's DOA.
No matter what I tried, I couldn't get sound through any headphones I connected.
I read all those reviews about the crappy manufacturing, and chose to ignore them. "Hey, it's just a cable", I thought.
Wrong. This cable looks like it cost 3 cents to put together and you get what you pay for.
Will get my money back from Amazon, but will have to use the standard Apple headphones ("crappy" seems to be the theme for this post) for my upcoming trip.
However, the volume buttons on my remote stopped working after less than two weeks. There was no rough handling at all. The remote stayed connected to my iPod which stayed in my car the entire time.
I have been super hard on this product unplugging by yanking on the wire (2-3 times per day), snow/wind storms, tree branches pulling on it, everyday use for the last 45days. I frequently skip tracks and go backwards, volume up and down constantly. I pretty much expected this thing to die in a matter of days like most products. I did initially tape up all the connecting points before ever using the product, which may have extended the life and added some waterproof capability to the unit.
It did finally die yesterday with the classic crackle in one ear then finally mono sound. Definitely a solid product for how much I abused it. I got tired of the skullcandy remotes constantly breaking. (would get anywhere from 1 day to 2 weeks with them.) I will order another until a more bomb proof product is available. The inline of the remote must be plugged into the ipod directly for the remote to function. I tried plugging it in backwards as that would be more convenient for helmet wearing. The length of the cord coming from the ipod is very short and barely makes it to the lower collar of my jacket.
For 6$ I'd say it's worth a try, as no other viable options are available at this time.
- Very cheap, I got it shipped to my mailbox @ $5.80, that's a very low price
- Cord is so small so when use it will not add to your speaker cable length (this drives me crazy if un-necessary long)
- Build quality is OK @ this price point
- Easy Navigation like the Original Apple Control
- No degradation of sound quality
- Available in 2 colors Black and White
- Build quality is OK, but you should handle with extreme care if you want it to last with you for some time
Conclusion: I also use it with the Klipsch 10 headphones and its awesome, I saved tons of money by avoid buying any integrated iPod control headphones, very convenient for the long travels. I rate it 5 because other products is ugly/bulky/expensive etc.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
TheiLuv iEA15BLK iPod Remote with 3rd-Party Headphone Adapter for VoiceOver, are compatible with any headphones , is very convenient and comfortable when used , it is light and... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Daniela
This thing lasted me five full years, outlasting an iPad, iPod, and iPhone 6. Totally unexpected for the price. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Michael Dangler
Works well with my Ipod Shuffle since the Shuffle doesn't have the features this device provides. Have been using it for several years now and no issues. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Auggie Howard
Remote part fell apart, still could use it just didn't have plastic coverPublished 10 months ago by W. Pacenza