Best Headphone Jack Adapters

Best Lightning To 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter For iPhone 6/6 Plus: Belkin Rockstar Audio Adapter

Belkin Rockstar is one of the most popular adapters among mobile phone users. It was developed in order to provide superior sound quality to your smartphone or tablet when using headphones connected through the 3.5 mm audio port on your device.

It provides high quality sound without distortion even at very low volume levels. You will be able to enjoy music from your favorite albums and play games like Angry Birds while listening to your favorite tunes via Bluetooth.

The Belkin Rockstar is a portable power supply that allows you to charge your devices while charging other devices. It’s small size makes it easy to carry around and use anywhere.

The Rockstar is compatible with all types of smartphones including the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One M8 and LG G3.

Belkin Rockstar is available in three different models: RockStar Pro ($59), RockStar Ultra ($79) and RockStar Elite ($99). All three models have similar features such as USB charging capability, built-in speaker and microphone, battery life up to 7 hours and more.

Belkin Rockstar’s audio jack has been designed to give you high quality sound without any noise or static. It reduces the amount of power your device consumes when it is connected, which prolongs battery life and reduces energy wastage.

What really sets the Belkin Rockstar apart from other lightning to 3.5mm headphone jack adapters is its built in speaker and microphone.

Sources & references used in this article:

Headphone jack extended outlet by TF Parker, TJ Nook – US Patent 5,812,683, 1998 – Google Patents

Stereo headphone adapter by TA Frangos – US Patent 4,219,789, 1980 – Google Patents

Cassette adapter for playback device, such as a compact disk player by L Schotz – US Patent 4,734,897, 1988 – Google Patents

BaseRock Bluetooth: Bi-directional Bluetooth and 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Compatibility Device by JA Falco – 2017 –

Your iPod life: a guide to the best iPod accessories from Playlist by D Frakes – 2005 –