Transform detachable Shure earphones into a stereo mobile headset. For Apple products and other music-enabled phones.
This accessory cable transforms your detachable Shure Earphones (SE215, SE315, SE425, SE535, SE846) into a stereo mobile headset, providing inline microphone and controls for music-enabled phones and portable devices. Kevlar™ reinforced cables offer even more durability. Two versions are available based on device compatibility.
- Integrated microphone for clear audio
- Inline control functionality for answering/ending calls without touching your phone (additional functionality dependant on device)
Integrated three-button remote and mic allows you to adjust the volume, control music and video playback, record voice memos, and answer or end calls
- iPod touch (2nd and 3rd generation)
- iPod nano (4th and 5th generation)
- iPod shuffle (3rd generation)
- iPod classic (120GB, 160GB only)
- iPhone 3GS
- iPhone 4/4S
- iPhone 5
Remote and mic supported only by: iPod nano (4th and 5th generation), iPod classic (120GB, 160GB only), iPod touch (2nd and 3rd generation), iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4/4S, iPhone 5, and iPad. The remote is supported by iPod shuffle (3rd generation). Audio is supported by all iPod models. Requires latest iPod software.
Integrated one-button remote and mic allows you to answer or end calls and switch back to audio
Works with most music-enabled phones with a 3.5 mm jack including Google Smartphone
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Not too difficult
You need a mic (could be lavalier or wireless -- about $100)
a microphone pre-amplifier
a headphone amplifier (4 to 8 outputs)
and long cables to plug the listeners' headphones into the headphone amp.
i cannot think of a way to get wireless connectivity to multiple sets of listener headphones-- i imagine that the radio-frequency wireless headphones from radio shack will conflict, but have no experience with them.