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Blog — headphone microphone

Use Wiretap to Record Xbox Games While Using Your Headset

Posted by Jarrod Whaley on

Our products are versatile—in fact they can be used in so many ways, it's hard for us to list them all in a quick product listing. To that end, we'll be posting a series of short articles like this one, which demonstrate use cases which may not necessarily be apparent at first glance. Our Wiretap splitter might be the most broadly useful product we make. Not just for recording phone calls, the Wiretap can be used in any situation where it might be useful to split an audio signal and retain the use of the microphone on one of the...

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What's the Difference Between the Rockit and Wiretap Audio Splitters?

Posted by Chris Draper on

Extrasensory Devices' Rockit and Wiretap audio splitters are useful and durable dongles that do distinctly different things.  The Rockit splits a combo jack into a headphone out and microphone in, while the Wiretap splits a combo jack into a headphone out and a mic-in/headphone-out (another combo jack). If you want to learn more about the differences between the Rockit and Wiretap audio splitters, take a look at our short video below.  

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The Wiretap and the Rockit Explained

Posted by James Flynn on

Extrasensory Devices make two splitters (we're about to make a third - more on that later) The Rockit (Red) and the Wiretap (Black) The Rockit splits your combo jack to one mic, and one headphones The Wiretap splits your combo jack to one combo jack (that's a mic AND headphones), and one (other) headphones. Or in other words...   Click here to buy 'em!      

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