Share your music with a friend using the 7.1" Moshi 3.5mm Headphone Splitter. The splitter works with any 3.5mm audio jacks on smartphones, tablets, or laptop computers. It supports standard TRRS microphone-equipped headphones, allowing you to answer your phone if you get a call. The cable also works with headphones that have Apple's three-button digital volume control. Solid construction incorporates 24kt gold-plated connectors for resistance to corrosion and optimal audio signal transmission. Additionally, double shielding resists electromagnetic interference.
- For Devices with 3.5mm Audio Jack
- Works with Mic-Equipped Headphones
- 24kt Gold-Plated Connectors
- Double Shielding
Moshi 99MO023005 Overview
Moshi 99MO023005 Specs
|Connector 1||1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRRS Male Straight|
|Connector 2||2 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRRS Female Straight|
|Cable Length||7.1" / 18 cm|
|Full Remote OS Support||iOS|
|Package Weight||0.065 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.95 x 1.95 x 0.7"|
Moshi 99MO023005 Reviews
Not useful with Dell XPS
I bought this to try and plug headphones and a microphone into a Dell XPS 3.5mm jack. The device works for each sisterly but not together. This is a Dell problem not a Moshi.
enables use of an external recorder on an android phone
Works as I had hoped.� I can plug into my android phone with a headphone/microphone headset while connecting an external recorder to record phone conversations.
Compatible with 2-ring and 3-ring headphones, even together
Perfect for listening to a single device with two sets of headphones. Unlike many other splitters, this one works even with a combination of 2-ring and 3-ring headphones (like Apple's buds with cord controls) and even accepts play/pause and volume commands from the 3-ring sets.
Works but strange clicking sound
The mic function works fine, but I see two problems: 1. There's a strange clicking sound (about 6 of them) when I turn on my speaker when connected to my MacBook 2. To use the volume and mic controls on the earphone set, you have to unplug it from the computer and then plug it in again Not sure if this is a design problem or if I have a defective product.
Best splitter ever
Usually the sound degrades a little with these things, but with this one there is no such problem!
Simple Audio Splitter
It does the job. One plug even works for a headset plug.
Not helpful for Dell XPS problem
The device works as advertised but does not fix the problem for which I wanted it, that is, using both headphones and microphone with a since 3.5mm combination port on a Dell XPS laptop. Separately the headphones and microphone work without an issue but the Dell recognizes only one at a time. I needed to purchase a separate external USB audio card instead.
A Big Letdown
Today while listening to my SoundTouch 10 & SoundTouch 20 speakers (both purchased from B&H) connected to an iPad, I noticed my music did not sound right. Parts of songs were missing, such as background guitar riffs. I wasn’t hearing everything that was supposed to be there. I decided to switch out the Kopul splitter I was using, & replace it with the brand new Moshi splitter, I kept in reserve (both items had been purchased on 12/11/18 from B&H). When I connected the Moshi, all I got was a static, humming sound. So now I am visiting B&H online once again, to order another Kopul splitter. Of course I will also order two new double male end, 3.5 mm stereo audio cables, just in case...
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