Headset to PC Adapter - 6IN

Part no. 23-106-001

Use your iPhone headset with your PC.

(17 reviews)
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The Headset to PC adapter allows you to use your smart phone or iPhone headset with your computer. Most smart phone and iPhone headsets do not have a break out for the audio and the microphone which makes it impossible to use a headset with a computer. Instead of buying a new headset you can adapt your own smart phone of iPhone headset for computer usage.

With the Headset to PC adapter there is no need to buy new a headset for your computer, you simply connect the 3.5mm plug of your existing smartphone headset with the adapter and plug it into your computer. The Adapter also works with iPhone ear-buds with a built in microphone.

The Headset to PC Adapter is the best choice those who want to combine their computer headset and phone headset. Instead of having one headset for each, this adapter allows you to connect the headset you own to your computer. The Headset to PC adapter is perfect for Skype, Messengers, or Google Voice users.


  • Works with iPhone/Blackberry/Droid 3.5mm stereo headsets.
  • Connector A: 3.5mm 4 conductor (TRRS) jack (female)
  • Connector B: Dual 3.5mm TRS (stereo) plugs (male)
  • Length: 6 inch
  • Fully molded for strain relief
  • Labeled for easy connection
REVIEW SUMMARY for Headset to PC Adapter - 6IN
4.5 (based on 17 reviews)
  • Great Product

    Reviewed by:

    From: Orlando, FL

    8/26/2014    #6058

    PROS: They do exactly what they are supposed to do.
    CONS: none
    The price was great. the cables work fine. i was a little concerned about the shipping time due to them being out of stock, however once their stock came in they sent the cables. communication was great as well.
  • only one that works

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    From: new york

    4/28/2014    #2383

    PROS: works as intended, made very well
    CONS: nonw
    i bought two of these adapters from other stores and they both didn't work as advertised. they were just audio splitters. wish i found show me cables first.
  • Very good product

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    From: San Jose, CA

    3/23/2014    #2272

    PROS: Robust construction
    CONS: None
    The product met my expectations. Excellent!
  • Not working

    Reviewed by:

    From: MN

    3/7/2014    #2210

    PROS: Theoretically allows for adaptability
    CONS: Doesn't work for me
    I bought this to convert the more modern 4-pole headset to work with my older computer with an input for a mic and an output for speakers/headphones. I have tried two different 4pole manufactures and neither has worked. However my older headset with two 3pole plugs works fine.
  • works fine

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    3/5/2014    #2206

    PROS: heavy duty
    CONS: heavy duty
  • Does exactly what it say it does.

    Reviewed by:

    From: Seattle, WA

    2/18/2014    #2142

    PROS: Allows four-conductor 3.5 mm headsets to be used with any interface that has separate 3.5mm jacks for headsets and microphones
    CONS: none
    This breakout adapter does exactly what it says it does; it takes a four-conductor 3.5 mm connector, used by most modern cell phone headsets, and splits it to separate stereo audio and microphone 3.5mm connectors. Works perfectly for my home computer and eliminated the need for a computer specific headset.
  • Headset to PC Adapter

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    From: St. Louis

    1/21/2014    #2032

    PROS: works as expected
    CONS: not gold plated, but fine at this price
    Now I can use a variety of headphones with microphones on my PC with Lync
  • NOT compatible with some Apple computers

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    From: Orange County, CA

    12/16/2013    #1945

    This product is NOT compatible with some Macs. This is no fault of the product itself. Most macs do not have a mic-in, but a line-in, which is not amplified as it is meant for use with professional audio equipment. I'm sure product works well with PCs with an actual mic-in. Construction is sturdy and labeling is clear. Should work well with desktops or laptops.
  • As Expected

    Reviewed by:

    From: Houston, Tx

    9/30/2013    #1677

    Splits single plug mic/headphone devices for use with laptops, etc. that have dedicated mic/headphone inputs.
  • Excellent service, exactly what I wanted

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    From: Phoenix, AZ

    8/3/2013    #1490

    I use it for my steelseries gaming headset that actually turned out to be made for ipods. I was upset, but I wasn't going to just let $40 waste away, so I spent a little and got this really cheap and nice adapter that did exactly what I needed.
  • Headset to PC Adapter (with Mic)

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    From: Dallas, TX

    7/11/2013    #1421

    I had a difficult time finding an inexpensive adapter that would take a headphones set with microphone from a single 4 conductor plug to separate the phone signals from the microphone signals. Some that I found required a $30 minimum purchase or a quantity of 100. This product was reasonably priced and quickly received. I tested it on my laptop and it works great.
  • it works

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    From: Raleigh, NC

    1/27/2013    #883

    I have new iPhone headphones with built in microphone. I use this product when I'm using my dictating software, it kept me from having to buy a separate headset. Works just fine!
  • Worked as described

    Reviewed by:

    From: MA

    1/25/2013    #873

    Delivered on time
  • Works correctly

    Reviewed by:

    From: NY

    8/24/2012    #435

    Cable works correctly. Use your Android or IPhone headset on a PC.
  • Done and Done...

    Reviewed by:

    From: Augusta, GA

    8/14/2012    #414

    It worked. I was able merge the inputs/output for my Mac style headphones.


Plug: Male Connector

Jack: Female connector

TS: Mono (Tip, Sleeve)

TRS: Stereo (Tip, Ring, Sleeve)

TRRS: 4 conductor (Tip, Ring, Ring, Sleeve)

Q: What kind of cable would I need to connect my iPhone headset to the computer for Skype?

A: You would need a 3.5mm Jack to 3.5mm Stereo Adapter.

Q: What kind of cable would I need to connect my MP3 player, iPod or other device to an auxilary port?

A: You would need a 3.5mm Stereo audio cable.

Q: I need a new cable for my computer speakers, can you help?

A: You would need a 3.5mm Stereo audio cable.

Q: I want to extend the length of my headphones or existing audio cable. How would I do this?

A: The best way to accomplish this would be to use a 3.5mm extension cable

Q: I want to connect my 3.5mm device to a receiver or TV but it only has RCA jacks, What should I do.

A: You can use this 3.5mm to RCA adapter cable to make this connection
Audio Connector Guide
Connector Type
Explanation and Uses
TS ( Mono) Plug (Male)
3.5mm TS Plug
This is a TS or mono plug, (note the single stripe on the connector)
This provides single channel analog audio.
TRS (Stereo) Plug (Male)
USB A Female
This is a TRS or stereo plug (note the two stripes on the connector)
This provides a stereo or 2 channel analog audio.
Commonly found on headphones
TRRS Plug (Male)
4 Conductor
3.5mm TRRS Plug
This is a TRRS 4 conductor plug (note the 3 stripes on the connector)
This can provide 2 channel audio plus a microphone. Also capable of 2 channel audio and a video feed.
This is commonly found on iPhone headsets and portable DVD players.

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