ddHiFi TC35B & TC25B USB-C 3.5mm & 2.5mm Adapters
ddHiFi TC35B & TC25B USB-C 3.5mm & 2.5mm Adapters
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It’s no secret that the headphone jack is an endangered species on today’s smartphones. Its exodus has left many headphone users in need of adapters Read More

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Jeremiah_R
58
Oct 22, 2020
What is the output impedance?
DavidWS
53
Sep 24, 2020
I'll probably buy this thing, but what's up with their use of hallowed? The thing is 'hollowed out' not 'hallowed out'
NEXONUS
154
Sep 26, 2020
It's made by a Chinese company; that's why.
DavidWS
53
Sep 26, 2020
OK... there's that, but this thing would have gone through Drop, and they let it slide right on through!! :-O Is it a marketing strategy? Is any attention good attention? LOL
imode
0
Sep 10, 2020
Anyone else have issues with the microphone input being extremely quiet? With the google USB-C adapter, I can use inline mics without any issue, but with this I have to put this thing in my mouth for anyone to hear me. Boom mics, no problem. In-line mics, extreeeeemely quiet.
ace5000
0
Aug 27, 2020
What is the DAC chip in this?
ado12
0
Jul 19, 2020
This has specs of this one and other USB-C DAC/amp adapters. https://www.audiosciencereview.com/forum/index.php?threads/potential-new-3-5mm-usb-c-dongles-usb-dac-amps.11092/. Reposted due to trolls.
JaegerD
147
Jul 19, 2020
Those damn trolls
Zuryan
33
Jun 16, 2020
I wouldn't use this as it is because with a headphone jack in there it'll be really long for a small USB-C port. Maybe buy an additional short USB-C extension so you don't risk destroying your phone and have the benefit of a replaceable cable.
galapac
21
Jun 15, 2020
vid1900
1
Jun 15, 2020
I know many people say to use the Apple adapter, but I find that it has about 1/2 the volume that other adapters have, no matter what cans I try to drive them with. (I qualify this by saying I'm not using it with an iPhone)
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StopBadDrops
50
Jul 21, 2020
This is because you need an app that can access it's hardware volume control. USB Audio Player Pro or Hiby Music player can do so once the correct settings are enabled and this little dongle can get LOUD. This is only good for local media and using Tidal downloads which USB Audio Player Pro supports.
PowerWaffles
65
Jun 15, 2020
$35? Is this a joke? An adapter is not a status symbol. Flagship phones come with one of these for free, and you can buy an adapter for $5 on Amazon/eBay. Sure this looks nice, but a $30 premium for a shiny compact version is ridiculous. That's literally more expensive than entry-level Bluetooth headphones. I'm sure someone who runs their phone through their DAC will swear this is the greatest thing since balanced XLR , but it's a hard pass from me.
Kidz
13
Jun 16, 2020
Oh, I'm with you there. I had to second guess myself because usually Drop is really transparent about the specs. Calling it an 'adapter' is really selling it short. Additionally, the ALC5686 chip/codec does not have a ton of information out there that I can find. Personally I bought a ~$10 dongle with an ALC4050 and it's my least favorite.
ih8tickets
49
Jun 18, 2020
It does 32 bit 384khz, if you use the midi on the mac you can upsample to it, it sounds better than the on board audio by a good margin is quiet and at least with my CIEMs goes plenty loud enough, any of these "adapters" pretty much include a DAC, because unless its one of theUSB C's with audio pass through (some phones) the signal is digital and needs converting, its not cheap, but there are other USB C dongles on drop that cost more than this.
Helmanfrow
44
Jun 15, 2020
I tell ya, folks, nothing screams quality like babbling, incoherent ad copy set in a stylishly thin typeface. Hallowed out, indeed. Show of hands: how many people here scanned and then re-scanned the page looking for just a word of confirmation in plain English that this is a DAC and not an analog pin adapter? Even if it could be assumed, how many felt that twinge of frustration at not having that most basic of assumptions affirmed?
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liteon1
20
Jun 16, 2020
Once I saw the letters ALC in the specs, I figured out it was a DAC...
ballsMcGee
5
Jun 16, 2020
Well it does have a digital input and an analog output so if you know what DAC stands for... lol
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