The Lightning to 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter from Apple is the cable you would use to attach your analog, 3.5mm-outfitted headphones to an iOS device that only accepts an 8-pin lightning connection, a device like an iPhone 7, for example. Indeed, if you wanted a cable from Apple itself to connect your favorite pair of headphones sporting a stereo, 3.5mm mini plug to your iPhone 7 (or later), this would be the cable for you.
- 8-Pin Lightning Connection
- 3.5mm Stereo Mini Plug
- For Use with iPhone 7 and iOS Devices
Apple MMX62AM/A Overview
- 2Compatible iPhone Models
- 3Compatible iPad Models
- 4Compatible iPod Models
Apple MMX62AM/A Specs
|Connector 1||1 x Lightning Male|
|Connector 2||1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRRS Female|
|Package Weight||0.04 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||2.7 x 2.65 x 0.85"|
Apple MMX62AM/A Reviews
Great lightning adapter
I use this adapter to connect an external mic to my iPhone for videos. Works great!
Works good, should last a long time!
Works as it should. Bought an after market version on Ebay that only played on one side. Buy OEM, aka Apple!!
Tested & works well. Enables use of round plug devices with lightning jacks.
Worked for a little while...
Screwed up a few video recordings by having bad connection on the 3.5mm side. Unreliable, not good.
Real Apple Product
Buy the real thing-B&H has the best price out there. Works not only for HP, but also external mics.
Inexpensive Adapter for Using Analog Headphones
Apple has been on a campaign to eliminate connectors and controls from their products because of their preoccupation with minimalist styling. Those of us with quality analog headphones are forced to use an adapter because there is only one plug connection on the recent phones and tablets. This adapter works fine with either 3 wire or 4 wire connections and the mic and analog control switches on the headphones work properly. I enjoy using it for phone calls with ear buds and lightweight headset with a mic. On the minus side is that you cannot use the Lightning connector for charging while using the headphones (but of course you can charge with a Magsafe connector). Additionally, the output signal is fine for most earbuds and inexpensive headphones, but insufficient for many better headphones. It does not have enough power for my classic AKG K240DF studio monitor headphones (600 ohm) nor for my HiFiMan HE5se which both require more power. And you can use the adapter for other USB devices such as flash drives or even a digital camera. If you need more output power then I suggest the Apple Lightening Camera Adapter which includes a USB A connection plus a Lightening port for power. With this adapter you can use variety of quality external DACs (such as an Audioquest Dragonfly) and get a better feed for quality headphones and connecting to other components.
It does exactly what is is suppose to do. Small and concise cord. Plug it in=Music
Works great with headphones & iPhone 13 mini
The adapter works great with Sony MDR-ZX110AP headphones w/inline mic.
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