Belkin Speaker and Headphone Splitter

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Belkin Speaker and Headphone Splitter

Belkin Speaker and Headphone Splitter

  • Speaker and headphone splitter allows you to connect 2 headsets or speakers to 1 jack
  • Offers an easy way to connect 2 mini-stereo speakers to your iPod
  • Features one male 1/8 inch miniplug and two female 1/8 inch ends
  • Works great with laptops
  • Lifetime warranty

Belkin Components appeals to the audiophile the serious music listener. With today’s electronics and speakers improving the dynamic range of sound cables bee increasingly critical in the delivery of your music. You don’t have to promise the integrity of your audio ponents; just use Belkin’s audio interconnects then sit back and enjoy the full pure sound of your system.Primary InformationLeft Connector Type :  Mini-phone 3.5 mm Left Connector Gender :  Male Right Connector Type :  Mini-phone 3.5 mm Right Connector Gender :  Female PC Compatibility :  PC; Mac Dimensions&MiscellaneousLength :  6 Inch Color :  Black Service&SupportService & Support Type :  Limited lifetime warranty UNSPSC CodeUNSPSC Code :  26121620 This Speaker and Headphone Splitter from Belkin lets you connect two mini-stereo headphones or speakers to the same jack on your iPod, portable cassette, or CD player. It features one male 1/8-inch miniplug and two female 1/8-inch ends. This

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  1. 137 of 143 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    DOES preserve stereo separation., January 9, 2008
    By 
    JV (Visalia, CA) –

    So to recap:
    Dirt cheap
    Flexible
    extremely easy to use
    Diminishes volume? Not too badly.
    DOES preserve stereo separation! I’m mixing a song right now through these splitters and while panning back and forth, my headphones respond as if the splitter weren’t in at all. It doesn’t turn stereo to mono despite what that one guy said. And yes, I’ve got two pairs of headphones plugged in.

    I discovered that if both sets of headphones plugged into the splitter aren’t firmly plugged in, it will do the stereo to mono thing, but if you click them in properly, you’re fine.

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  2. 72 of 73 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    confused? don’t be . . ., December 12, 2011
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    D. Imes (Chicago, IL USA) –
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    I’m no technician, and some of the reviews here made me quite skeptical of this piece of equipment . . . so for those of you out there who, like me, just want to know if these things work, they do. They work perfectly. I received mine (2 of them) today and promptly plugged them in to see if both ends of each splitter played full audio. I have just the track to test this out; one with audio going back and forth between left and right channels. Testing this out in every case, I could hear both left and right channels through my headphones, just as I would have hoped. This tells me that the item is NOT simply channeling the left audio into one end and the right audio into the other end, but sending a “stereo” signal into both ends of the splitter. Also, the plugs fit and “seat” nicely, so I’m confident there will be a good quality and consistant sound coming through when it’s time to put them to good use. Though the price is incredibly low, you can purchase with confidence! Oh, and in case it sounds like I work for Belkin or for the company selling this product, nope, I just wanted to clarify the issue since I was so confused reading so many reviews saying two different things. Now that I have mine, there’s no confusion here!

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  3. 25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Cheap and cheerful, but caution the volume drop, September 3, 2008
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    As other reviewers have noted (and I’ve taken this into account for purchasing), the volume drops across both outputs since the signal is split — not a big concern for me, but on some setups this may result in an unhappy amount of line noise when you have to crank source volumes to compensate.

    I use this because I have a stereo deck (with high-quality Sony MDR-V900s attached) and a Plantronics headset I use for recording video tutorials and such on my computer. I didn’t want to actively have to toggle back-and-forth, since that’d impede my workflow: my use case is swapping between headsets quickly, and this Belkin splitter is a tidy little solution!

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