The opposite sides has the USB connectors and also the 3,5 connector for the cable that goes between the iPair and iPhone.
As I said earlier the device is a square box that is 38 * 38 mm, in the middle thy have put a hole where a LED will light up when it’s charging or when its running.
I tested the iPair with a pair of Jays earphones and a pair of Sennheiser HD555 since it should be able to run the both the earphones and headphones at the same time.
I expected the sound to be a bit more dull with the iPair hooked up and it ended up being that way. I tested first with the earphones only with and without the receiver and the sound was better without the iPair. The sound quality is the same even with two headphones hooked up as with one and compare to a normal 2 to 1 adapter the sound is better.
This is a simple small product that boosts your signal from the iPhone to two pairs of headphones at the same time. The sound quality is better than with a standard adapter that does not have a receiver but even with just pair of earphones/headphones hooked up the quality is better without this iPair receiver.
You get around 10-12 hours of listening time with the receiver, I was not able to find a price though as this is a brand new product on the market.
Overall a decent product but I think the sound quality could have been better.
+ Easy to use
+ Boosts signal
- Does not boost the signal enough
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