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PLEASE NOTE: This product will not ship until January 2023. Quantities are currently limited to ONE per customer. Due to high demand, an exact manufacturer shipping date cannot be specified at this time. After your order is placed, you will receive shipping updates as they become available. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

JK Audio CellTap 4C Wireless Phone Audio Tap

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Model
CELLTAP4C
Brand
JK Audio
Condition
new
Weight
50
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Overview

Specs

CellTap 4C, interview-recording adapter connects between the headset and cell phone, providing stereo output to a recorder or mixer. CellTap 4C is compatible with most smart phones, tablets and notebooks that use the 3.5 mm 4-conductor TRRS headset jack. Simply connect CellTap 4C between your existing ear-bud headset and phone and then connect the stereo output to a mic level input on your recorder or mixer. The transformer coupled stereo output provides the local mic on the left channel and the caller on the right channel. Local audio is a full bandwidth connection, meaning your voice will sound considerably better than the caller.

Of course, audio quality is limited by the quality and placement of the microphone on the ear-bud style headset. CellTap 4C will not interfere with headset button controls on most devices. A headset is required for operation, as the phone will not recognize CellTap 4C without a headset connected. Internal switch supports both Sleeve = Ground / R2 = Mic and Sleeve = Mic / R2 = Ground wiring standards. The word standard is used loosely, since there are no actual standards for headset wiring or control operation. Therefore, they cannot promise compatibility with every phone. WARNING - There are many laws that prohibit the recording of telephone conversations without prior consent from both parties. Be sure to check the laws in your area.
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