Headphone splitter for sharing music

Headphone splitters help you share music on the roadHeadphone splitters are tiny cables that let you plug to headphones into a single headphone jack and so share your MP3 player's output with a fellow traveler. They're also quite cheap and take up no room at all.

If you're at all like me, you're taking all your music with you stored on your iPod or other MP3 player. The only real downside of this, except the need to recharge the battery, is that listening to an iPod is a very solitary exercise. It's more fun to share.

This simple little gadget simply splits the headphone jack into two, so that your travel partner can plug in his or her headphones as well and dig on your tunes too.

Highly recommended!



Available from Amazon.com for $3.99 and Amazon.co.uk for £3.76.

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Last updated by Jack on 05 June, 2008 in Travel Tips.

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Comments

Kids + DVD Player=Quiet Trips

I agree wholeheartedly with the usefulness of a splitter. Bring a DVD player, two sets of headphones, and a splitter, and you've got two happy (and quiet) children on a plane! The other passengers will thank you, too! -- Family Travel Girl

Family Travel Girl on 09 June, 2008

Great tip

That's a really great tip. I hope you don't mind if I include that in a post at one point?!

Jack on 11 June, 2008

ShareBuds MX Twin Earphones is better

The new ShareBuds MX Twin Stereo Earphones makes it fun and easy for you and your friend or loved one to enjoy your favorite music together.

You don't have go through the trouble and expense of buying a splitter and then 2 sets of earphones.

ShareBuds MX is great for 2 people on road trip, camping, cruise, airplane, train, bus, park, beach, honeymoon, homecoming, reunion, spring break, waiting room or just hanging out with friends.

ShareBuds MX works with most MP3 player, iPhone, iPod devices, portable DVD players, games, audio book devices and other portable media players.

For more details visit http://www.sharebuds.com

Stacie on 03 December, 2008

Hmmm

Wouldn't those be a royal pain in the a** when you're not using them with a friend? Just think about how much they'd get tangled up... I'll stick to a splitter, thanks!

Jack on 03 December, 2008

Check here

If you're looking for a discount (and who isn't these days?) try American Consumer Cables (www.americanconsumercables.com). They've got really good deals on all sorts of cable accessories and you don't have to worry about the quality. It's top-notch.

GreenGirl on 06 April, 2009

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