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is this supposed to work with iphone XRs...?
They don't have USB-C ports, so I would say no.
Alas, Apple still uses Lightning and not USB-C. So, no, this would not work with the iPhone XR without a USB-C to Lightning adapter.
What would be the reason--iPhones come with a headphone adaptor, which by the way, contains a DAC.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, particularly where phones are concerned, most folks have gone wireless.
Most headphones worth a poo aren't wireless & apple has not been shipping iphones with adapters for a couple years. I'd buy a lightning adapter like this if the build quality is as solid as it looks. (Edit: spelling lol)
Well then--looks like you're in the right place!
Pity Sony, Bose, and Panda haven't got the word yet about wireless?
Particularly where the source concerned is just your damn phone ;- )
Thanks folks, I was just wondering since the phone in the photo looked like an iPhone. I own both galaxy note9 and iPhoneXR, and thought maybe this is universal. And for the wireless... I do have sennheiser hd58x, ie800, airpod pro, and qcy T3 to wear on subways of Boston ;) Gluck on your ranch.
They have a lightning version of this, but I guess you have to get it elsewhere, maybe drop will offer that next as they seem to have a few drops for DD Hi-Fi stuff ATM, I bought this because wifes ipad pro has no jack and no adapter, we have bluetooth and wired phones around tend prefer wired
Thanks for backing me up haha, yes I prefer wired