|Jan 23, 2013, 10:01 PM||#1|
I have a lifeproof case for my IPad and I can't get the adapter to plug in all the way so I can listen to the headphones. I've taken the case off and put it back on and the same thing happens every time, I plug the adapter in as far as it will go and yet the sound still comes out of the speaker on the iPad. Help!
|Jan 24, 2013, 09:17 AM||#2|
I hope that you've tested without the case and everything works that way, right?
|Jan 24, 2013, 09:41 AM||#3|
There are solutions that in some way depend on the cost of your headphones. Drew at Moon-Audio is very much the perfectionist and can assemble a custom adaptor. His work is expensive, so it might only make sense for costly headphones.
Many case manufacturers provide clearance based on the apple ear-bud types. These have a very minimal barrel.
Another solution would be to acquire a headphone amp and plug that into the ipad and then plug your headphones into the amp. The amp is plugged into the ipad via the DOC using an LOD cable. This can get very expensive but it has the ability to radically improve sound.
You need to think through your various options in relation to what your overall sonic goal is.
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