Updated May 25/20
TRRS Smartphone Cables & Adapters
StarTech 6.5ft TRRS Extension Cable - $8
- in stock
For iPhone/iPad headset, Lav mics, etc.
The MUHSMF2M four-pole 3.5mm headset extension cable (2m) features a 3.5mm (1/8" TRRS) audio connector on one end and a 3.5mm (1/8" TRRS) audio connector on the other, making it easy to extend the reach of audio recording devices, lavs, between your hands-free headset or headphones, and your iPhone, mobile phone, or laptop computer.
Rode SC6-L Dual TRRS
Input + Headphone Output for Lightning - $109 - more
The SC6-L is a simple input/output breakout box designed for Apple iOS devices. Inspired by the original SC6 with a 3.5mm TRRS jack, the SC6-L uses a Lightning Connector to connect directly to Apple iOS devices. NOTE: The mini-jack inputs are TRRS inputs, not the regular TRS inputs, so they are not compatible with regular mini-jack mics.
Rode SC3 Adapter - $21 - in stock
The Rode SC3 is a TRRS smart phone Female to TRS mini-jack Male adapter that allows you to use TRRS audio like the Rode Smart Lav with a mini-jack ports on video cameras, D-SLRs and audio recorders.
Rode SC4 Adapter - $21 - limited stock
The Rode SC4 is a 3.5mm TRS Mini-jack Female to TRRS Male Smart phone adaptor which lets you connect a mini-jack microphone with a 3.5mm output, such as the Rode VideoMic, to smartphones with a 3.5mm TRRS input. It features color coded, gold-plated connectors, with gray indicating the TRRS connector, in addition to shielded construction. The SC4 is compatible with stereo microphones and combines left and right channels to a mono signal for TRRS compatibility.
Rode SC6 Adapter - $28 - in stock
Dual TRRS input and heaphone output for Smartphones. Doesn't work with mini-jack mics (aka TRS).
Sennheiser KA 600i - $29 - in stock
(505799) The KA 600i XLR to Mini Connection Cable from Sennheiser enables self-powered audio sources like the MKE 600 camera-mount shotgun to connect to any smartphone device, offering ultimate flexibility to videographers and video journalists. This allows the possibility of professional-quality audio capture to a device that would otherwise produce a very poor result. The coiled cable stretches to a full 15.75." The cable patches a 3-pin female XLR connector to a right-angled 1/8" (3.5mm) TRRS mini jack with iOS compatibility.