Summary: Does it's job. It splits the sounds well and doesn't distort anythning. Very solid build so I don't expect it to break anytime soon. Worth spending a few extra bucks for something that will last longer.
Summary: Used this to create a solid "portable" sound system for my tablet -- by hooking in two portable speaker systems (one "block" speaker that has good bass -- acts as a kind of portable subwoofer -- and a second, two-speaker system that is better with the higher ranges of sound) through this splitter, I was able to get a very great sounding and completely portable big volume sound system.
Summary: How much can you say about a headphone splitter. I have been wanting one for some time and picked this one up. Does it work, yes. Were there any problems, no. But, there is a bit more to the story. This is very heavy duty and it appears that it will be hard to damage or break. one thing I didn't like about other splitters is that they are designed in a "wishbone" shape and I worry that they will could be pulled apart, not so with this design.
Summary: I really needed this device. How often do you have one "audio out" and need to channel it "audio in" to two devices. In my case I use wireless headphones in one room and speakers connected through an A/V receiver in another room. Now I can have sound in both places. It is flexible so you can connect unweildy audio connections. Great!
Summary: This is a quality product. I have used it several times now and have carried it in my bag. It is constructed to last and not easy to break. The only thing that I don't like about it is the length. I would have preferred if it was smaller.
Summary: Some times me and my best friend take rides on the Greyhound together and this is the perfect took so we can watch movies on my phone or my Kindle Fire. I say go order this one it is convenient for the kids as well.
Summary: Most audio splitters are small - just the size of the male pin and two female jacks squeezed together, or are extended and split into three distinct wires. This one has the female jacks on the end of a 3" rubber stalk that makes it easier to access the ports. The two ports are paired together though, unlike other extension splitters. I think this design creates less clutter and will be less prone to breaking.
Summary: This item is advertised as a speaker and headphone splitter. I have a small speaker unit that I use to listen to an HD radio and a pc. I wanted to keep both connected without having to keep switching the cables. What I found was that while two different items were plugged in, only one side would play as it should. One side would come out as a whisper of sound, even at full volume. (Of course, the unit not being used was powered off.
Summary: The beauty of this item is its simplicity. Step 1: Identify the Problem: My computer/Ipod only has one headphone port, so I can't quietly listen to music or watch movies at the same time as anyone else (like on a bus or plane) Step 2: Fix it: Create simple product that addresses the problem effectively. This product doesn't do much, but what it does, it does right. The cord is very malleable and it plugs perfectly into my computer.
Summary: I closely tested this adapter for sound quality on an iPhone 4s, first using the left jack, then the right, then both, and finally no adapter, only straight into the device. I used an identical pair f Sony MDR150V headphones to test with. The sound quality was nearly identical whether I had one or two plugeed in! With that test passed, everything else is not as important, IMO.