3.5mm 4 Position to 2x 3 Position 3.5mm Headset Splitter Adapter - F/M

Connect a 4-position headset to a computer that has separate microphone and audio ports

Product ID: MUYHSFMM

3.1 stars (8 reviews) |
  • Compact design for maximum portability - a great solution to have on hand in your laptop bag
  • Lightweight, yet sturdy design that can easily be plugged in when required
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‎S/36.99 PEN
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The MUYHSFMM 4-Position 3.5mm to dual 3.5mm Headset Splitter Adapter features one 3.5mm Female and two 3.5mm Male connectors, enabling you to connect a 4-position headset with Audio and microphone input to your PC or Laptop.

This 3.5mm Headset Splitter Adapter connects into both the audio and mic ports on your desktop or laptop computer, providing a single (4-Position) female connector - a perfect solution for online gaming or use with VOIP applications (Skype, chat programs).

Featuring a compact, yet sturdy design, the headset splitter delivers the perfect solution for applications that require portability, and takes up very little space in your laptop bag.

StarTech.com’s 2x Male 1x Female headset splitter adapter is backed by lifetime warranty.

Applications

  • Use newer headsets (audio and mic) that are equipped with a combo 4-position/4-pin audio port, with older laptop or desktop computers
  • Connect newer headsets to a PC or Laptop for use with VOIP applications (Skype, chat programs)

The StarTech.com Advantage

  • Connect your newer headsets (audio and microphone) to a PC or Laptop for use with VOIP applications (Skype, chat programs)
  • Easy to install
  • Backed by StarTech.com lifetime warranty

Partner Numbers

  • Ingram Micro Peru 1721995
  • UPC 065030843836

Specifications

Warranty Information Warranty Lifetime
Connector(s) Connector A 1 - 3.5 mm Mini-Jack (4 Position)
Connector B 2 - 3.5 mm Mini-Jack (3 Position)
Hardware Number of Conductors 3
Connector Plating Nickel
Cable Jacket Material PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride
Packaging Information Package Height 0.3 in [7 mm]
Package Length 4.9 in [12.5 cm]
Shipping (Package) Weight 0.0 lb [0.0 kg]
Package Width 0.4 in [0.9 cm]
Package Quantity 1
Physical Characteristics Product Height 0.2 in [0.6 cm]
Weight of Product 0.2 oz [6.8 g]
Product Width 0.2 in [6 mm]
Color Black
Wire Gauge 30 AWG
Cable Length 5.1 in [130 mm]
Product Length 5.1 in [13 cm]
Special Notes / Requirements Note 3.5 mm Mini-Jack (4 position) female is configured per CTIA Standard
What's in the Box Included in Package 1 - 3.5mm 4 Pin to 2x 3 Pin 3.5mm Headset Splitter Adapter - F/M

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Frequently Asked Questions

Before You Buy

Four-position audio cables, connectors, and adapters come in two different wiring standards: CTIA and OMTP. The four-position standard is more commonly referred to as Tip Ring Ring Sleeve (TRRS).

All StarTech.com TRRS audio cables, connectors, and adapters conform to the CTIA standard. Some OMTP audio devices can detect which pinout is being used and switch to the CTIA standard, but not all audio devices can do this.

The CTIA pinout is as follows:

Tip Left Audio
Ring 1 Right Audio
Ring 2 Ground
Sleeve Microphone

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Safety Measures

  • If product has an exposed circuit board, do not touch the product under power.
  • If Class 1 Laser Product. Laser radiation is present when the system is open.
  • Wiring terminations should not be made with the product and/or electric lines under power.
  • Product installation and/or mounting should be completed by a certified professional as per the local safety and building code guidelines.
  • Cables (including power and charging cables) should be placed and routed to avoid creating electric, tripping or safety hazards.
*Product appearance and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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(1 Stars)

doesn't work with monster pro

By: sygale - 01/20/2014
doesn't work with Dr Dre monster beats. when I pug it in the mic was ineffective
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Joe S., Technical Support on 2/25/2014 2:54:45 PM
Thanks for your feedback! Some headsets such as the Beats, Monster, have specific resistance or pin out requirements for adapters. While our adapter is designed to work with most standard headset configurations, it's possible that this is the case here. If you still have the adapter, would you be able to try it with another headset, such as from a smartphone and contact us at 1-800-256-1844 or [email protected]

By: MM101 - 01/13/2015
Does not work with the Beats Solo HD headphones+mic in the line. Talked with support, this follows the OMTP standard. CTIA is the current standard that most are wired to (Samsung, Apple).
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By: willglyn - 08/01/2014
Doesn't work with my Bose QC20i's - same as the guys above. Mic not responsive. Weird as when you click the button to pause a song the laptop recognizes some sound feedback - but it sounds just like you're banging your hand on the microphone. Extremely frustrating.
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By: Canuck - 02/22/2014
I just bought this adapter to use with my Asus GT70 laptop and iPhone ear buds. The mic doesn't work right unfortunately. When I record a sample all I can hear is a repeating beep sound. Tested the same with my old headset that has a separate mic and audio and it works as expected.
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By: luispucho - 01/28/2014
I also bought this product and the microphone does not work at all. the headphone that I have it's a Dr. Dre solo HD
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(4 Stars)

Doesn't work with iPhone earbuds

By: AppleEarbudDisapointment - 08/21/2014
Works as advertised, I just didn't read carefully enough.
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(1 Stars)

Does not work

By: ak47 - 03/20/2015
Bought this to use with my iphone ear buds on my Toshiba laptop. Plugged it in, doesn't work.
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Barry, Customer Support on 8/30/2016 6:33:27 AM
Hello, With 3.5mm headset connections there are currently two standards that manufacturers use. CTIA and OMTP. All StarTech.com TRRS audio cables, connectors, and adapters conform to the CTIA standard. Unfortunately, most Apple headsets (earbuds or earpods) do not fully conform to the CTIA standard and may have issues working with our audio cables. Have a look at our FAQ that explains this further and also shows a helpful pinout for the CTIA standard. Thank You
(4 Stars)

Works

By: Tanky - 01/24/2016
Works if you know what your doing. Works with PS4 compliant headsets. Microphone channel does not work with headsets that have volume buttons, but stereo(left, right) channels work fine. This does not bother me as I don't intend to use this for that.
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Barry, Customer Support on 8/30/2016 6:32:30 AM
Hello, There are currently two standards used for 3.5mm audio cables. CTIA and OMTP. All StarTech.com TRRS audio cables, connectors, and adapters conform to the CTIA standard. Some OMTP audio devices can detect which pinout is being used and switch to the CTIA standard, but not all audio devices can do this. It is possible that the headset(s) you have used with this adapter do not use the CTIA standard used by our cables, but instead use OMTP. A pinout of the CTIA standard we use can be found in our FAQ. https://www.startech.com/faq/audio_cables_ctia_vs_omtp_4_position You can check with your headset maker as well to confirm which standard they use for their devices. Thank You
(3 Stars)

Does not work with iPhone compatible headsets

By: Franz - 01/27/2016
Unfortunately there is no universal standard for which pin handles what in 3.5mm audio-cables. Different manufacturers use different pins for mic/line-out. This product is another one of my failed attempts to find an adapter suitable for my iPhone compatible headset. Not a faulty product per sey, I'm sure it works fine with other types of headsets (most Samsung compatible ones...)
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Barry, Customer Support on 8/30/2016 6:29:22 AM
Hello, With 3.5mm headset connections there are currently two standards that manufacturers use. CTIA and OMTP. All StarTech.com TRRS audio cables, connectors, and adapters conform to the CTIA standard. Unfortunately, most Apple headsets (earbuds or earpods) do not fully conform to the CTIA standard and may have issues working with our audio cables. Have a look at our FAQ that explains this further and also shows a helpful pinout for the CTIA standard. Thank You
(5 Stars)

Good products

By: Hr2458 - 08/01/2016
I got what I expected in pefect conditions. Prompt delivery
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(5 Stars)

Worked like butter

By: Incubatorjones - 11/18/2016
Ok, I bought one of those throat mic's that has the funky 3 ringed 3.5mm plug and just wanted to split that out to separate headphone/mic for my Windows computer to deal with. It worked perfectly as soon as I plugged it in and my life is just a little bit better for it....
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(2 Stars)

Works well once you sort out connectors

By: SheamusPatt - 03/19/2017
The product works well once you sort out what goes where. Unfortunately, the two male connectors are indistinguishable from each other when in fact one is wired for Audio Out and the other for Mic. You just have to try it to see if it works; if it doesn't, swap them and it should. Fortunately, it's low voltage stuff, and in my case didn't seem to do any damage when I wired it wrong. Suggestion: colour code the male connectors as per the audio standard (green for audio, pink for mic). Or, make the mic connector a two conductor mono connector, as I'm sure it actually is internally. Either one would allow the correct cabling to be sussed out.
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