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USB Type-C to 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter.

(Topic created on: 11/13/19 4:32 PM)
DEMIGOD_928
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A DAC, or digital-to-analog converter, is required to deliver audio signals to your 3.5mm headphones, regardless of whether your smartphone does or doesn’t have a dedicated 3.5mm headphone jack. Therefore, this conversion can take place either on the smartphone itself – this is always the case for phones equipped with a 3.5mm port – or on the USB-C dongle.

In the case of the Galaxy Note 10, it seems like the digital-to-analog conversion for 3.5mm headphones might be handled by the optional USB-C dongle itself. The product description states that it “provides ultra high-quality audio by converting digital files to analog,” therefore it’s pretty clear that the Note 10 optional dongle does incorporate a DAC.

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USB-C Headphone Jack Adapter

USB Type-C to 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter

Provides Ultra High Quality Audio by converting digital files to analog (up to 24bit/192kHz).

 
Price:
$14.99
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Geno71
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Is it a question or you're just sharing helpful info (if so, thank you)? Yes, the Samsung USB-C adapter has a built in DAC. And from my understanding only DAC equipped adapters will work with Note10 and Note10+.

 

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useryC1EW9vOKl
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Even with this purchase I haven't been lucky enough to have my music loud enough to really hear it. I've already reset the volume limiter and it's still not loud enough. What else can I do?

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Charkatak
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@useryC1EW9vOKl wrote:

Even with this purchase I haven't been lucky enough to have my music loud enough to really hear it. I've already reset the volume limiter and it's still not loud enough. What else can I do?


1) Have you tried to play with Equalizer and Dolby Armos settings?

2) Tried multiple music apps?

3) Does your USB-C to 3.5mm dongle support firmware update?  If it does, the first time you plug it in, there should be an icon in the status bar notifying of the update


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usertEnGqa6obo
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What do you mean by "reset the volume limiter"?

Do you mean you've set the volume as high as it'll go?

Please explain how you do that..

Thanks

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Stemag64
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You can try downloading: USB audio player pro. I am using it.

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user0gqHywZo6g
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I am having issues. I bought an off brand headphone jack adapter and it will not play music in my car with the aux cord. I tested it with headphones and it works. What do you suggest?

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SamsungJace
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Hi there, are you able to test the adapter with a different aux cord?


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