1ft Audio/Voice Record to iPad/Smartphone 3.5mm TRRS Male to TRS/TS Female Cable
1ft Audio/Voice Record to iPad/ Smartphone 3.5mm TRRS Male to TRS/TS Female Cable
cable gives you the ability to record your voice or instrument through
your iPhone, Android, or other device, all while simultaneously
listening through your headphones.
Compatible with the following:
- (1) 3.5mm TRRS male plug
- (1) 3.5mm TS female Input jack
- (1) 3.5mm TRS female Output jack
- Record your voice while simultaneously listening through your headphones
- Gold-plated molded connectors ensure a solid high quality connection between the connected devices
- Strain relief construction provides years of performance
- Length: 1ft
The 4-conductor TRRS plug on this cable uses the CTIA standard
configuration, which puts the microphone signal on the sleeve (versus
being on the second ring in the OMTP standard).
- iPod touch 3rd Generation and later versions
- iPhone 3GS and later versions
- iPad (all versions, including iPad mini)
- Samsung Galaxy S version 3 and later
- Samsung Galaxy Note version 2 and later
- Any Android device using the CTIA standard TRRS connector with the microphone on the sleeve
While the TRRS
plug is wired to the CTIA standard, the TRS headphone jack and TS
microphone jack use standard wiring. The microphone input is compatible
with microphones equipped with either a TS or TRS connector, such as
those used on PCs. A combination mic-headphone assembly, such as those
normally used with smartphones, is not a compatible input device.
CablesOnline Part Number: IP-MICH3
- Plug the 3.5mm (1/8") TRRS plug into the headphone jack on your compatible smartphone or tablet.
smaller of the two 3.5mm (1/8") female jack bodies is the TRS stereo
headphone output. Plug your standard earphones or headphones into this
- The larger of the two 3.5mm
(1/8") female jack bodies is the TS mono microphone input. Plug your
standard PC style microphone into this jack.
cable only provides the electrical connections, allowing the physical
use of the external microphone. To record the signals sent to the device
you will need to have a software app, such as GarageBand for iOSŪ.
using GarageBand for iOS note that the app generally cancels the
monitor output during recording. This can be modified in "Settings"
under "Crosstalk Protection". Be sure to minimize the input volume