The iPad Pro 2018 is an insane device. So well build, so powerful, so fun to use… but everyday I find new reasons to roll my eyes on the “Pro” part– iOS is often very limited.
Anyhow: How do you connect your op-1 to the usb-c ipad Pros? Because I cannot get it to work with what I have so far:
My official 1st party USB-C to headphone jack adapter: https://www.apple.com/de/shop/product/MU7E2ZM/A/usb‑c-auf-35‑mm-kopfhöreranschluss-adapter
- Audio cable in white output of OP-1 to the headphone jack from the USB-C-Dongle to the iPad via USB-C – no audio is coming in;
- Audio cable in white output of OP-1 to the official apple usb-c to headphone jack adapter to the iPad via USB-C – no audio is coming in aswell;
But… even if audio would come into the iPad, I had no way of monitoring the sound, since both solutions have only one 3,5mm klinke input and once my the dongle or the adapter is connected, iOS does not let me choose the iPad speakers as an output. Sure, I could output to my Apple TV, or to Bluetooth headphones… but… yeah–
So I guess I need either a USB-C to Mic input AND headphone output, or an 3,5mm klinke splitter.
Something like this is just ugly and more stuff dangling around: https://www.amazon.de/Syncwire-Audio-Splitter-Kabel-Doppelstecker/dp/B07431YDWM/ref=sr_1_3?__mk_de_DE=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&keywords=audio+splitter&qid=1563179227&s=gateway&smid=A28PMDXZ0EPKRV&sr=8-3
So I’m thinking to go USB-C to dual 3.5, but would still have the cables…
until I saw this:
This looks very user friendly! Unfortunately I can only find this connector design combining USB-C and one 3.5… But I want them splitted! Please share if you know a connector thats shaped like this and has splitted 3.5klinke
Wow, way too long of a story–
Still curious how you would connect to the iPad Pro with usb-c