Why iEMatch 3.5mm? The iEMatch 3.5 is designed to connect between a digital audio source that has digital volume control, such as a smartphone, DAP ( Digital Audio Player), tablet, airplane entertainment system, laptop, computer, or professional system and works with both single ended or balanced 3.5 outputs and headphone jacks. When using an audio source that has digital volume control, you loose around two bits of resolution when lowering the volume. It's like watching HDTV with some of the pixels missing from the screen. Since most comfortable listening is around a 60% volume level, you decrease dynamic range and audio quality. Enter iEMatch 3.5! It attenuates the volume and safely enables you to crank up the digital volume on your audio player without painful consequences. Unlike common attenuators the iEMatch does not decrease the dynamic range of your headphones and adds less than 3 ohms to the impedance output. The iEMatch 3.5 removes hiss, restores dynamics, increases transparency, and improves volume range. The iEMatch 3.5mm removes the hiss often present from many digital music sources during headphone playback and lets you to listen without cranking the volume to excessive levels. By allowing you to reduce the volume to more comfortable parameters iEMatch restores dynamics, increases the transparency, significantly lessens background noise, and boosts the usable volume range. Comprised of aluminum-magnesium alloy, a 6N silver-copper matrix cable, and is equipped with a gold-plated 3.5mm connector. iEMatch 3.5 lets the signal transfer pass through as it should. It even includes a High or Ultra sensitivity switch to match your headphones. Simply add iEMatch 3.5 between your headphones and your music source, set it to high or ultra sensitivity, sit back, and marvel at how much more music you hear – and how much sound degrading noise and irritating decibels are gone. Just plug, play, and enjoy!
- Removes the annoying hiss and pops common in headphones sensitive to digital audio playback
- Restore the bits of resolution lost when turning down digital volume while still listening comfortably and saving your eardrums
- Choose high or ultra sensitivity for the most sensitive in-ear monitors (IEMs)
- Cuts out background noise