With so many headphones now sporting two headphone jacks, it’s hard to find an adapter that lets you hook up your current headphones to the newer 3.5mm headphone jack. However, that’s a problem that’s easily fixed. Simply purchase a USB Type C to 3.5mm Female Headphone Jack Adapter. Plug one into the USB-C port of your computer and one into your existing headphones, and you’ve got yourself an audio connection. USB Type C is the latest and fastest way to transfer data. USB-C is now becoming a standard connection port on smartphones, laptops, and other tech devices. However, the USB Type-C connector is incompatible with most audio devices, such as headphones, earbuds, and microphones. To solve this problem, the USB Type C to 3.5mm headphone jack adapter kit is the thing you need.
Facts About USB Type C to 3.5mm Female Headphone Jack Adapter, JSAUX USB C to Aux Audio Dongle Cable Cord Compatible with Samsung Galaxy S22 S21 S20 S10 S9 Plus/Ultra, Note 10, iPad Pro, MacBook, Pixel (Grey)
It can work depending on your device. It has the hardware to support it. I’ve tried it on an Samsung S20 with the Samsung headphones from my old S6 and the volume and function buttons worked as well as did the in-line microphone. I also tried it on a Windows 10 laptop and it shows up as Speakers (hi-res audio) as a sel… It can work depending on your device. It has the hardware to support it. I’ve tried it on an Samsung S20 with the Samsung headphones from my old S6 and the volume and function buttons worked as well as did the in-line microphone. I also tried it on a Windows 10 laptop and it shows up as Speakers (hi-res audio) as a selection for both speakers and microphone. Both worked fine for a zoom session. Also clever on windows was that plugging in the dongle doesn’t switch the default audio. Plugging headphones into the dongle switches the default audio, so it broadcasts the detection of the headphones as well! Hope that helps!
Is it USB-C? Then it should.
Absolutely, it recognizes all three buttons
Of course, it works with any phone that has a USB Type C port.
Yes, the USB C to 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter is compatible with Cubot X30.
If the connection fits, yes it will work. This is very versatile.
Its grey in color?
Yes, the USB Type C to 3.5mm female headphone jack adapter is compatible with the OnePlus 9 Pro.
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Works with mic on my headphones. That’s about all I can say.
Not sure. It works on my Note 10+. And it is designed to be the answer to link the USB.C to wired headphones. So I would say ” go for it”. You can always return if it doesn’t work.
No, the USB Type C to 3.5mm female headphone jack adapter is not compatible with Samsung tu7000 TV.
Yes, any 3.5mm speaker/headphones should work with this adapter
Tio to tip about 2.5 ” also this is not the DAC version.
No, plug only sends audio out from phone. To headphones, powered speakers, or rca input on receiver.
Info About USB Type C to 3.5mm Female Headphone Jack Adapter, JSAUX USB C to Aux Audio Dongle Cable Cord Compatible with Samsung Galaxy S22 S21 S20 S10 S9 Plus/Ultra, Note 10, iPad Pro, MacBook, Pixel (Grey) (Reviews From Amazon)
If I could I would give this DAC equipped headphone jack 10 stars! This dongle sounds better then my desktop DAC. I have been testing all day on Amazon Music, YouTube music and IDAGIO. No matter the genre I play, the music is clear, clean – the sound is AMAZING. I can not say enough about this dongle and it’s included DAC.
I use this dongle between my Samsung Note 10+ and my audio-technica reference headphones. Hats off the the engineers who designed this!
The fit into the phone is outstanding, very tight and secure!
I’m still annoyed that this product needs to exist, but, with that said, this is an outstanding USB-C digital audio converter (DAC). Sound quality on a Samsung Note 10+ was crystal clear, with no artifacting or distortion. The cable itself is braided and reinforced with rubber at either end, giving it added durability. The bright red also makes it easy to find in my gear bag. Highly recommended.
Bought it so that I didnt have to bring my adapter that came with my Pixel 3 to work and I wasn’t expecting too much from this in regards to its’ DAC capabilty but I was more than impressed with the difference in audio quality I noticed when I used it with my phone and my work laptop. Compared to the adapter supplied with the Pixel 3 this is a huge upgrade. The highs and lows are much more noticeable, the sound is more full, and the quality as forementioned is leaps and bounds better. I’m only using some standard 3.5mm apple earbuds and it definitely opened them up so to speak. I tested this with my JBL S700 Synchros headset and it was an immense difference. Overall, the quality of the cable is heavy duty and I dont think it’ll mess up anytime soon and the audio quality from my computers and phone has increased for when I have to USB C adapter.
So I needed to buy yet another one of these because you know, everyone wants to get rid of one of the most important inputs on a mobile device! Anyway, this one in comparison to the cheaper ones that fail after about a month and the OG cable that came with my Pixel 3 XL is night and day. The DAC/amp built in is much brighter and cleaner sounding as well as more powerful! I just hope this thing lasts more than a month or two. If so I am buying another one of these for sure as a backup.
After comparing a few of these active USB C dongles, I’ve come to the conclusion the JSAUX is the one to get. When I say active, I’m referring to the DAC and amplifier built into the connectors of the dongle. In a nutshell, It is the most natural sounding of the dongles I compared. It’s put together nicely with excellent strain relief on the connectors, it’s relatively inexpensive when considering some of its competitors, and…it just sounds BETTER and LOUDER. I used it to connect my BLON-03 earphones to my Oneplus 7 Pro and Samsung Chromebook Pro. It was the least artificial sounding of the dongles I tested providing a very balanced sound on both devices. I’m sending the others back and will buy a couple more of these JSAUX in case the manufacturer stops making these.
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I was very disappointed that Pixel 6 pro could not play music with simple USB-C to headphone adapter. It needd this type of adapter, one with a built-in DAC.
I tested it with my JVC HA-RX900 and I have to say the DAC that comes with this is phenomenal! Easily drives these demanding headphones and the sound was just amazing! The headphones come alive with this little DAC.
On Monday I’ll be getting the apple adapter. I can’t wait to compare both of them.
Here’s a setup some might find interesting. I’ve been using the headphones connected to a Focusrite Scarlet 2i2 (older model), connected to my older phone, a Samsung S9+. I was surprised that this setup did not sound as good as the Pixel 6 pro connected to this adapter. The sound of the singer seemed to stand out from the music and I could distinctly differentiate each instrument that was being played – maybe this is what audiophiles call soundstage. It could just be that the newer phone processes music better or maybe the DAC on this thing is better. I guess I could test it by connecting this adapter to the S9+. Anyway, I’ll test some more and update this review.
***Comparison video uploaded.***
the output from this adapter is much higher than the apple adapter. I don’t know if that is better but it’s definitely what my JVC headphones need.
I got this USB-C adapter because I read in an audiophile site that even though it uses a Conexant DAC, which is an older model, it can still decode PCM at up to 96 kHz with 24-bit resolution. This is great quality, especially for this low price.
I hooked this up to my Samsung A50 phone and the audio output is excellent when you listen to it using studio monitor headphones. Sounds great even with regular headphones as well.
But the actual reason I bought this adapter was because I need a way to bring in a lavalier microphone input into my phone that was clean. My lav mics have TRRS connectors that can be directly plugged into my phone and while it sounds fine, the signal tends to come in hot and noisy. So when I record using an app like WavePad or Easy Voice Recorder Pro, even with the internal gain set to zero in the software, the audio signal was too hot and the audio would easily clip and distort, especially if the lav mic was worn closer to the speaker’s mouth.
However, when plugged into this adapter, the signal is both cleaner and attenuated, so at zero internal gain set in the software, the medium recording levels fell neatly between -18 and -12 dB, which is perfect for me. This will give you enough headroom in case someone wearing the lav mic got excited and spoke loudly. This headroom prevents the audio from clipping. A uncompressed PCM WAV file recorded at 48 KHz mono from the lav mics only needs very minimal cleanup – a little noise reduction and EQ – and these relatively low cost Pop Voice brand lav mics sound first class.
I have been very impressed with the quality of signal that these adapters provide and would heartily recommend them for anyone who needs to add an excellent headphone jack to their phone or tablet, or for someone like me who needs it to work in the other way and input a clean signal into their phone or tablet’s audio recording software.
Aside from that, the braided cable is well made and the connection points are covered in flexible rubber, so it looks like it will hold up to a lot of use.
After getting my Samsung Note 10+ I needed a USB-C to stereo Headphone Jack so I could listen to music on my Bose noise-canceling headphones.
I have used JSAUX’s other USB products and had a good experience so I decided to try their USB C to 3.5mm Adapter.
I tested the headphones with the USB-C adapter and found that the quality was perfect.
Great little product – works as advertized.
While I’m familiar with electronics, I pulled a newbie mistake on this one. Originally I thought my adapter was defective, and had missed the return window. (see my original review at end.). NOT THE CASE.
I figured it out — the problem, for me, was user error. I had the device plugged in, and was using it for a microphone in. Well, I replayed the video immediately after testing…and heard no sound. On multiple devices. So, that’s what led me to assume an issue with the technology, since I knew the mic worked, and my phone worked.
Guess what the problem was? Well, when I unplugged the adapter, I could hear the audio just fine. The adapter did a GREAT JOB of recording my audio through the mic…. but the problem was that the phone was trying to send the audio out back through the adapter — where there were no speakers. So, the phone speakers weren’t playing anything, and my mic wasn’t playing anything (because, well, it’s only a mic).
So, a word to the wise — if you’re having trouble getting this to work, and you’re using it with a mic, maybe try unplugging the adapter and then play back your video that you recorded. Maybe, like me, you’ll discover that it was user error all along.
As an addendum, I’m also including the warranty info I received from the seller — as they were going to work with me to replace the device even though it was past the Amazon return period.
I am guessing I got a defective one, but missed the return window. It does not work with any of the USB-C phones I have access to (Motorola Z2 or Samsung Galaxy 21 Ultra). Really bummed, and hoping there is some sort of longer warranty period offered by the company than offered by Amazon.
COMPANY’S WARRANTY INFO:
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We are so sorry for any inconvenience caused. Please kindly note that all JSAUX products have an 18-month warranty. As for your issue, could you please tell us more details about the problem you are coming across? What do you use the adapter for? Please rest assured that we will try our best to solve it for you.
Looking forward to your early reply.
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One of my concerns in finding an adapter for my new phone (which does not have a 3.5 mm audio jack) was making sure that the microphone would work and not just the audio to the ear pieces. I’d read comments about that problem with other USB-C to audio adapters. This one works perfectly well for me. The audio jack on my headset has three contacts plus ground. I plug that into the adapter and plug the other end of the adapter into the USB-C socket on my phone and I’m able to make calls with no problem. It works very well for me. The USB-C socket on the phone is also how I charge it, so I can’t use that to charge at the same time. However, I also have an inductive charging pad, so I can lay the phone down on that to charge it while also making a phone call.
I’ve only had it a few days, but it seems to be ruggedly made. The braided overwrap on the cable is well-restrained by the strain relief molded into the socket and plug on the ends. The connections feel secure and not likely to slip out.
I’m very happy with it so far.
Later: I can now add that I’ve also tested it with my noise-cancelling headphones that do not have a microphone – just audio to my ears – and the adapter worked very well with that too (watching a moving on my phone on an airplane)
In conclusion, the adapter costs just $10, making it a smart choice for people who want to use the USB-C port in MacBooks, Chromebook Pixel, MacBook Pro, and Pixelbook but don’t want to go through the hassle and cost of purchasing a new pair of headphones. Using headphones with a 3.5mm male connector will require an adapter, but users have several options for purchasing a 3.5mm adapter.
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