Reddit Reddit reviews 4 Position Microphone and Headphone Splitter – 3.5 mm – 4 Pin / 4 Pole – Mic and Audio Combo Splitter Cable (MUYHSMFFADW)

We found 24 Reddit comments about 4 Position Microphone and Headphone Splitter – 3.5 mm – 4 Pin / 4 Pole – Mic and Audio Combo Splitter Cable (MUYHSMFFADW). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Electronics 4 Position Microphone and Headphone Splitter – 3.5 mm – 4 Pin / 4 Pole – Mic and Audio Combo Splitter Cable (MUYHSMFFADW)
MIC AND HEADSET COMBO SPLITTER: Turn a 3.5 mm audio output port into two distinct ports, one 3.5 mm headphone jack and one 3.5 mm microphone port with this microphone and headphone splitter cableKEEP IN TOUCH WHILE TRAVELING: This mic and headset adapter features a compact and sturdy design that makes it the perfect solution for mobile applicationsKEEP YOUR LEGACY EQUIPMENT: This audio splitter allows the use of older audio accessories with newer computers like the UltrabookMULTIUSE FUNCTIONALITY: This 4 pin headset and mic splitter cable can be used for connecting a separate headset and microphone combo to the audio port on your laptop, as well as connecting an external microphone and powered speakers to your computerLIFETIME WARRANTY: Backed by a lifetime warranty, this microphone and headphone splitter has free lifetime technical support, making it a truly cost-effective choice.
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24 Reddit comments about 4 Position Microphone and Headphone Splitter – 3.5 mm – 4 Pin / 4 Pole – Mic and Audio Combo Splitter Cable (MUYHSMFFADW):

u/JERMgaming · 4 pointsr/PS4Pro

Hey, I'm a long-time PC and console player, I might be able to answer some questions. It sounds like a lot of the other commenters are on the right track, too.

1 - Do you have a HDMI 2 or 2.2 port? Then yes. If you only have HDMI 1.4, probably not. My Dell 4K monitor only has HDMI 1.4 (I use DP for 4K), so it can only support 30hz at 4K resolutions. You want 60hz support. My monitor supports 1080p and 1440p at 60hz, it's just a bandwidth limitation of the older HDMI port.

2 - The other comments are spot on. Uncharted and The Last of Us are great choices. Keep in mind that not all games have official PS4 Pro patches, so it'll be just like playing them on a normal PS4. However, for games that do have a patch already (like Uncharted 4 and The Last Of Us, and a lot of the other games people have listed) you'll generally have a better looking/running experience. Uncharted 4 is gorgeous on the PS4 Pro!

3 - Yes and no. Do you want to connect to the console itself, or the controller? The controller has a 4-pole 3.5mm jack, so you can use headphones and mics with it. However, the controller can't drive high-impedance headphones that well (it's designed for earbuds). I initially used Beyerdynamic DT770 80ohms with it, but I had to max the volume out and it still wasn't very loud. Now, I use a Corsair gaming headset. If you get something like this, it has the 4-pole connector (audio and mic on one plug) so it should plug right in and work great. If you want to use another mic and your existing headphones, you can get an adapter like this that takes a 3.5mm headphone jack and mic jack, and joins them into the PS4 jack. Also, if you have any earbuds with a built-in mic, like ones that come with an iPhone, those should work too.

I don't believe the Blue Snowball has a 3.5mm out, but if you want to use your headphones, a cheap clip-on lapel mic should work, or use the clip-on earbud that comes with the Pro and just ignore the headphone portion. That and the joining adapter would work. The Snowball will likely also work if you plug it in to the USB port on the front or back, it's at least worth a shot. There are a dozen different ways to use your current stuff, you just have to decide how much you want to spend or how much hassle you want to go through.

4 - No, just to play online and access PS+ games.

5 - There may be promotions from various retailers that will give you a game, but by default I don't believe it does. Mine didn't.

6 - I normally get about 10-12 hours of life out of mine. I charge through the system, so I can't answer your other questions, but I assume it does. You can leave your console in rest mode (where it can download patches automatically if you have PS+) and that's a good way to charge the controller. I leave mine plugged in during rest mode, and just unplug it when I want to play. It stops charging automatically.

If you have any other questions, I'll do what I can to help!

u/s3ntient · 2 pointsr/PS4

Yes, but you will need something like this to connect them both to the DS4:

Or something like this to connect them to the PS4 directly:

u/2612013 · 2 pointsr/PS4

I've found this to be the best option for those that already have good headphones (obviously won't work if you prefer in-ear). (the ones with the mute switch)

u/PowerCream · 2 pointsr/xboxone
u/EvilTelephone · 2 pointsr/vita

Radio Shack should have them, yes. If not, you can grab one here:

u/Minoripriest · 1 pointr/steelseries

I ended up buying this which looks similar to that and according to the answers page on the botton it works on the PS4. For $5, I figured it was worth trying it.

u/Violent_Bounce · 1 pointr/xboxone

For under $100, I have been absolutely loving the Logitech G430. You will need a cheap Y-splitter for it to be fully functional, which was not a deal breaker for me. this is what I use

u/MondRubberduck · 1 pointr/xboxone

I am not sure if I fully understood your question but I try to answer it anyway.

So, you want to know if you can use your 3.5jack for Xbox live party (or game chat etc) (Sorry for the ugly link. Formatting is a bit of a pain in the ass on my phone)
You just plug this into your controller (or if you don't have the new one, plug it into your Controller audioadapter.)
It allows you to plug in a Mic on the one side and regular headphones (to be exact, everything with a 3,5mm jack) and merges them into one signal meaning that you have Audio on your regular headphones plus you can talk to others through your 3.5jack-MIC.

u/HysteriaVG · 1 pointr/computers

If it is 3.5mm headphone + 3.5mm mic then you'll need a headphone + mic splitter (like this). I had to do this with a headset I got for PC.

u/SlickLizzard · 1 pointr/steelseries

What kind of laptop are you using? I saw your other reply about the iPhone earbuds as well. Did you plug that into the line in jack or the headphone jack?

As for the adapter, this could work, but if you're trying to go with USB this would work best.

u/Not_enough_yuri · 1 pointr/headphones

I connect the headphones to the minijack on the controller. The adapters I've tried are both versions of this. They're definitely cheap, so their falling apart is kind of expected, but it doesn't make it okay. What I linked is exactly what I need, I just need one that's more sturdy.

u/uppitydownity · 1 pointr/headphones

You'd need to contact them.

Am I right in thinking that you currently have a cable that has two separate 3.5mm jacks (sound & mic)? You can get adaptors that combine this into 4 pole e.g. (there are probably dirt cheap ones on eBay).

u/Chickern · 1 pointr/xboxone

What are you trying to do exactly? Connect to the headset adapter with a cable that has a pink and green connector?

If you're trying to connect a headset that uses 2 plugs into the headset adapter (you want game + chat audio from the adapter), buy a 4 pole 3.5mm to 2x 3 pole 3.5mm cable.

Like this:

What headset is it exactly?

u/ShinySnoo · 1 pointr/audiophile

Okay so this may sound a little autistic but I don't know. I need to know if this audio set up will work. Right now I have my seinheiser 598s and Antlion Audio ModMic Attachable Boom Microphone connected to a [3.5mm Headset Splitter Adapter] ( Now, I do this because I use a laptop del xps 15 9550. Now today I just got a nintendo switch, but I want to listen to the sound of the switch and my laptop on my headphones. [Would the belkin rockstar solve all my problems] ( Can this device take audio from both my switch and my laptop to my headphones and let me use my mic in case I want to chat in discord? The mic part is not a big of a deal, though I would be happy with just being able to listen to two different devices. Also, it seems like to use the belkin rockstar thing I have to buy a cable that gives audio from my switch or laptop and plugs it into the rockstar? Will everything work together? I also heard that I mess up I might fuck up my devices, is this true?

u/TemporalSoldier · 1 pointr/xbox

Well, the G430's braided cable terminates into two three-pole 3.5mm jacks, one for the microphone, the other for the speakers. If you intend to use the headset with a computer, it comes with an adapter that takes both 3.5mm jacks and puts them into a single USB port. The drivers prefer this setup, and deliver superior sound quality this way.

If you're opting to use this headset with an Xbox, and intend to use the mic as well, you'll need two items:

  1. the Microsoft stereo headset adapter so you can control chat/game volume mix and such. Otherwise, you're stuck with whatever mix you get.
  2. a 3.5mm Headset Splitter Adapter to reduce your two 3.5mm jacks to a single, 4-position jack for the stereo headset adapter. (That Amazon link actually includes pictures from a guy who has my exact setup.)

    The setup works great. My only problems have been with the quality of StarTech adapter over time, as the sheath began to pull back from the jack head; however, it was easily corrected with electrical tape. Still using the same adapter after almost 3 years.
u/cerebellum42 · 1 pointr/Twitch

>I'm trying to figure out how to get my setup working to where I use only one microphone and one set of headphones to hear all audio from game and stream -- and then speak to everyone in stream and game.

I'm assuming the step you are missing is how to get the audio from your mixer into the Xbox?

I think you'd have to get a splitter that you plug into to the headset connector on your xbox controller.

Then you send the headphone part of the splitter into the mixer and use the direct out of your mixer channelstrip to send the microphone to the Xbox one. So in addition to the splitter you'd need cables to connect the mixer ins/outs to the 3.5mm jacks on the splitter.

>Additionally, my wife and I stream together pretty consistently, so I would like the ability to add her mic into the mix as well. The only issue being microphone bleedover -- is the best option for multiple mics just using a very sensitive noisegate in OBS?

If you both appear on the same stream simultaneously and you have no need to completely mute either you or your wife, bleedover is a non-issue, isn't it?

It doesn't really matter if you're not planning on separating the channels after the fact or anything like that. The only thing bleedover will do in the typical case is make you sound a tiny bit "roomier" because of the added indirect sound.

Just make sure to arrange your microphones in an advantageous way to maximize the separation/minimize bleedover, that should be enough. Assuming both microphones have cardioid patterns, the ideal arrangement is that you are looking at each other (the microphones look in the opposite directions)

u/MicroBoss117 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I see that there is a headset and microphone 3.5mm wire. The Xbox One adapter only had one 3.5mm port on it. Would something like this work? (Sorry for these questions but I really need to know before buying :/ )

u/VairisLV · 1 pointr/AskTechnology

Could you please give me more information on, why should I use exactly this one and not ones like this or this

It just looks really bulky.


u/faizimam · 1 pointr/Lenovo

I had one of these come with a Headset, worked perfectly for this purpose in my situation:

If you don't want to deal with another USB device, you'll need this sort of adapter:

Honestly, I want to use pro audio equipment(including phantom power) so I'm currently considering buying a "real" audio interface like this: