GIGAWARE USB HEADPHONE ADAPTER w/MIC

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GIGAWARE USB HEADPHONE ADAPTER w/MIC

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Gigaware 43-054 1/8" (3.5mm) to USB Headphone Adapter with Microphone
  • Item Part#: 43-054
  • Mfg Part#: 43-054
  • Manufacturer: GWR
  • Warranty: 90 Days
  • Condition: New
  • Free Shipping: Yes
$4.49
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Gigaware 43-054 1/8" (3.5mm) to USB Headphone Adapter with Microphone

This adapter eliminates the need for you to purchase a specially designed USB multimedia headset in order to carry on two-way conversations on your computer. Instead, it allows you to use any regular pair of headphones. In fact, the adapter can be used to connect virtually any audio device that has a 1/8" (3.5mm) plug. the buil-in mic clips to your clothing so you can be heard clearly when making VoIP calls or playing multi-player games over the Internet. There's also a convenient in-line volume control with mute button so you can quickly adjust the sound level and turn the mic on or off. Plus, at six feet (1.82m) long, the adapter gives you the freedom to move about a bit without being tied down to your computer.

Product Features:

  • Converts any 3.5mm stereo headset to a USB 2.0 headset
  • In-Line Volume and Mute: Puts the controls on your fingertips so you can convenietly adjust the sound level and turn on/off the mic
  • Built-in microphone: Enables you to carry on VoIP conversations or communicate while playing online games
  • Mute button with LED indicator

Specifications:

  • Color: Black Material: plastic, rubber Dimensions: 6ft cord length Weight: 4 ounces

What’s in the Box:

GIGAWARE 43-045 USB Headphone Adapter

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