MEE audio ClearSpeak Universal Headset Cable w/ Boom Mic

MEE audio ClearSpeak Universal Headset Cable w/ Boom Mic

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Whether you’re video conferencing or console gaming, you need to cut through loud and clear when it’s your time to speak. If your headphones don’t have a mic—or your system’s current mic just isn’t cutting it—MEE audio’s ClearSpeak cable is here to help you be heard Read More

Equip Your Headphones With a Boom Mic

Whether you’re video conferencing or console gaming, you need to cut through loud and clear when it’s your time to speak. If your headphones don’t have a mic—or your system’s current mic just isn’t cutting it—MEE audio’s ClearSpeak cable is here to help you be heard. Equipped with a professional-grade omnidirectional boom mic, the ClearSpeak plugs into your system on one end and your headphones on the other. Nearly 6 feet long, the cable itself can fit a wide range of configurations—while the adjustable mic features noise-reduction technology alongside mute and volume controls to help you find the perfect mix. Compatible with an extensive range of headphone models, consoles, and other hardware, the ClearSpeak is your key to better audio from the best source: you.

MEE audio ClearSpeak Universal Headset Cable w/ Boom Mic
MEE audio ClearSpeak Universal Headset Cable w/ Boom Mic
MEE audio ClearSpeak Universal Headset Cable w/ Boom Mic
MEE audio ClearSpeak Universal Headset Cable w/ Boom Mic
MEE audio ClearSpeak Universal Headset Cable w/ Boom Mic

Specs

General 

  • MEE audio
  • Microphone directivity: omnidirectional
  • Microphone frequency response: 10 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Microphone sensitivity: -54 dB (± 3 dB)
  • Microphone impedance: 52.2 kohms
  • Microphone SNR: 50 dB
  • Connector: 3.5 mm, TRS male
  • Termination: 3.5 mm, TRRS male
  • Adapter: 3.5 mm TRS female to 2.5 mm TRS male
  • Boom microphone length: 5 in (13 cm)
  • Cable length: 71 in (1.8 m)
  • Weight 1.2 oz (34 g)

Headphone Compatibility

  • 3.5 mm main plug: Compatible with MEE audio, Sony, Beats, Skullcandy, Monster, and other headphones with standard 3.5 mm audio input
  • 2.5 mm adapter (included): Compatible with Select Sennheiser, JBL, Klipsch, Bose and other headphones with 2.5 mm input
  • Note: Bose QC Series headphones are not compatible

Hardware Compatibility 

  • PCs and laptops: Compatible with devices with a 3.5 mm headset jack; if device has separate jacks for headphones and microphone, an adapter may be required
  • Smartphones and tablets: Compatible with devices with a 3.5 mm headset jack or equivalent adapter
  • Microsoft Xbox ONE & Xbox Series X: Compatible with 3.5 mm jack on controller; for controllers with no 3.5 mm jack (1st generation Xbox One controller), headset adapter is required
  • Microsoft Xbox 360: Requires 3rd party headset adapter
  • Nintendo Switch: Compatible with 3.5 mm jack on console while on the go (not docked)
  • Sony PS4 Pro, PS4, and PS5: Compatible with 3.5 mm jack on controller
  • Sony PS Vita: Compatible with 3.5 mm jack on console
  • Sony PS3: Requires 3rd party headset adapter

Included

  • 3.5 mm to 2.5 mm adapter

Shipping

Estimated ship date is Dec 21, 2021 PT.

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The photos seem to show make jacks at both ends. I would have expected a female TRS socket for input, and a male TRRS jack at output. How does it accept a typical earphone's signal?
Feb 10, 2021
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mattbott
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It looks like its made for headphones with a detachable cable. The male end with the mic will plug directly into the headphones (where a standard Male-to-male cable would normally be plugged in)...Read More
Feb 11, 2021
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Is this compatible with Sennheiser HD 560s ?
Feb 9, 2021
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ConnorBig
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It doesn't look like it would. Sennheiser has a specific TRS input, which this doesn't seem to have.Read More
Feb 10, 2021
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