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ddHiFi TC35i Lightning 3.5mm Adapter

ddHiFi TC35i Lightning 3.5mm Adapter

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Product Description
In many of Apple’s most popular product lines, the headphone jack is long gone. For those with beloved IEMs, headphones, and other listening devices, this poses a problem Read More

Customer Reviews

(61 reviews)
62% would recommend to a friend
Aug 4, 2023
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simple effective small
it's a headphone jack for your iPhone, 'cause they took it away. it is actually a robust housing with a not-too-dangly dongle DAC, but you don't need that much info.
Recommends this product? Yes
Mar 30, 2023
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works really well and provides great sound
Overall I would say the audio quality is good.
Recommends this product? Yes
Mar 23, 2023
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Not great wouldn’t recommend it
broke within two weeks of using it and what it added to improving the audio was minimal/indiscernible on an average audio system. Basically it’s poop

Recommends this product? No
Dec 28, 2022
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Short lived enjoyment.
This sounded nice at first. However, after only a few hours of use, it squeals and clearly can't keep a proper connection. Disappointed, but not surprised.
Recommends this product? No
Nov 26, 2022
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Convenient for any 3.5mm headphones
Now every cellphone no headphone hole.
Recommends this product? Yes
Sep 14, 2022
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Sturdy but basic DAC/adapter
I use this regularly when I travel (heck, I use it a ton at home too). It’s stood up great to tons of plane rides and hotel stays, never coming of my headphone cable and never failing. It lost one star because you’re trading convenience for function. I personally don’t need inline controls and prefer the TC35I’a form the regular iPhone adapter/DAC.
Recommends this product? Yes
Aug 27, 2022
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fell apart after 2 montha
Try to contact drop and they told me it wasn't their problem anymore. DD website does not allow me to register my product warranty get 404 error. FAQ from DD: if you buy DD products from local sales agents, please refer to them regarding the warranty terms that set based on local rules and regulations.
Recommends this product? No
Jul 11, 2022
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Doesn't work with headphones with controls/mic
I had a few issues with the dongle that made it unusable for me: * It doesn't work with cables with a microphone or buttons for volume control or play/pause/answer. I need to use this on my phone while on the go; these functions are essential. * Loud popping/noise when connecting headphones. It was a minor issue but still very annoying.
Recommends this product? No
Sep 6, 2022
duxi90Using it with Massdrop Pinnacle PX iems and the button works.
Jul 6, 2022
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It works, and that's about it
When used with apple iPads, there isn't much improvement when using less sensitive IEMs. My experience with these is in combination with my to-go Moondrop SSPs. The device works, might have added a tiny amount of soundstage when watching movies, but other than that. There was no difference between using this and the included audio jack.
Recommends this product? No
Jun 20, 2022
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It does what it says. No, it is great actually.
I mean this is not an audiophile amp or anything, it just connects your iem to your iPhone, in a more elegant way than the stupid dongle, that I literally cannot believe that Apple refuses to improve. Anyway, that creates an opportunity, so I am glad to see something that takes no real space, it appears beautifully made. I bought around six because I love both iems and iPhones. Even the best portable DACs fall apart. I include the expensive Dragonfly (which I also bloody seem to lose), but not that Mojo or other DACs of massive chunks of copper that cost 6k, and weigh 6 kg). Ironically, even the Cobolt needs a dongle with an iPhone - and as said the Apple dongle is terrible. Though more suitable than this, because you would have a stick attached to your phone the entire time. THAT will break. Plus when combined with external noise (yes, iem's are jammed in your ears... sound isolation, I know), then I question audiophile claims they NEED to listen to TIDAL at its high res at all times through a mini-amp or else it sounds terrible. Honestly, Chi-Fi is so good now... plus Apple lossless has improved. Even the amps with Bluetooth over the ears are pretty damn good. Personally, for me, this is definitely worth it. I do see the QC complaints, and I am never gentle with my mobile headphone gear (or phone for that matter), so I will revisit and change my five stars if my not-cheap collection prematurely transitions into a delicate pile of pretty junk.
Jul 4, 2022
jgosrocThe USB-C version is a benefit I’m sure but the lightning is limited. You just can’t get the higher bit rates or hertz. Sad
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