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Will it work only for data transfers and charging or can I connect my USB C headphones to it as well ( I have couple of them )?

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moechino
38
Aug 9, 2021
You can plug your type-c earphones into this.
SuperFlyEDSguy
25
Aug 9, 2021
They make it a bit vague, but I read and reread it like a half-dozen times myself and finally noticed this: making it a great choice for on-the-go cabling or headphone connections.” That still doesn’t tell us what iPhones models it’s compatible with, if there’s a minimum iOS version you must have, or if it will work with a DAC attached to the USB C end (the reason it caught my attention)? I’ll probably do some digging online myself to find answers, but please Drop, can you fill in some of the blanks for us? This looks like an awesome find, but there’s not enough information to even remotely let us know if it’ll work for our needs.
scottj
60
Sep 7, 2021
Thanks for the tip on the Odyssey HD. I bought this combo, and it looks sweet hooked up to my phone!
SuperFlyEDSguy
25
Sep 9, 2021
No problem! Glad you liked it! How does it sound with your setup? I actually bought two Odyssey HDs, one for listening and the other to keep with my laptop. I found that it sounds great when oversampling just enough. Think taking a 44.1 to 96 instead of 48. Don’t go over that as you’ll lose volume. I also extended my audio chain with a FX-Audio- Tube-03 Preamp followed-up with an O2 amp. The sound is amazing with a nice pair of IEMs, but brings life out of budget cans as well! If I’ve learned one important lesson with all this, it’s that great audio doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg! Just understand the basic engineering principles behind it, and you’ll do just fine instead of spending way too much and lacking understanding as to how the pieces all work together. Looking forward to hearing what you think of the sound. Hoping it’s the best $10 you’ve spent in a while! ✌️