Distributed by D.LAB Dezign Laboratories
Mobile devices are ditching headphone jacks at a brisk clip, so if your new Android smartphone or Apple iPad Pro ships without that precious port, you may have to purchase a wireless headset to listen in on podcasts, music, or video. Or maybe not. You can still use your device’s USB Type C port with your favourite headphones — if you get your hands on a USB Type C headphone adapter. Just plug it into the charging port, and then plug your headphones into the 3.5mm audio jack on the other side of the adapter.
If you’re looking for the best sound quality, you’ll have to try this Type C to 3.5mm adapter. Its digital audio converter (DAC) high-resolution chipset offers a sampling rate of up to 192KHz/24bit to convert digital audio signals to analog and maintain your headphones’ original sound quality. In addition to delivering original sound quality, it uses an anti-interference feature to block surrounding noise. It also works to clear up translational static that would interfere with the audio quality. The unit is compatible with a wide variety of smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, Note 10, Google Pixel, Pixel 2, Motorola Moto Z, Z Droid, Z Force, Z Play, HTC U11, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, OnePlus 2, iPad Pro 2018, and other Type-C devices.