Most modern headphone sets are purely digital – with three volume control buttons in-line with the cable. These headphones are interesting in that they have an analog volume control potentiometer. Perfect for use with electronic projects that don’t have a volume control, or for phones that don’t know how to use the digital buttons. There is one button on the headset, often used for ‘pause’ or ‘mute’ – when pressed it grounds the microphone pin.
These earbud headphones are the perfect accessory for your FONA – they’ve been tested to work with our modules – but can be used with any iOS or Android device that uses a TRRS pinout.
The buds themselves are 16mm in diameter and at a nice 46″ long. They come with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, handy volume control box, and shirt clip.
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