Use 2 headphones for 1 iPod?

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  1. ceapy

    ceapy New Member

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    Hi everyone, is there a device for the iPod touch 2G that lets you plug in two headphones at one time?
    I heard that there is and you just plug it into the USB connector on your iPod. I've looked around but I'm not really sure what to search.

    The reason why I need it is cause my headphone jack got stuck into my iPod and I pushed it in, then I tried to super glue it out but Im sure I just super glued it to my iPod.

    Anyways, If anyone knows the name for it, it'd be great. Thanks.
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    SumDaii Active Member

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    What you're looking for is called a 'Headphone Splitter'.
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    You used super glue to get the jack out?

    So, to clarify, your headphone jack is blocked, so you need another way to listen to your music? You could always get a bluetooth headset, I guess.
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    ceapy New Member

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    Does the headphone splitter connect to the USB part of the iPod? Or the iPod jack part?

    Same qestion for Bluetooth. And does Bluetooth work with re iPod touch 2G 2.2.1
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    The headphone splitter connects to the Jack. And you need 3.0 for iPod Touch 2G bluetooth.
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    The headphone splitter has a 3.5mm jack so it plugs in to your headphone port.

    Bluetooth is 3.0

    Ninja'd
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    so your headphone plug is superglued into your ipod because you used super glue to get it out?!?!
  9. ceapy

    ceapy New Member

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    I think, I'm not sure if it's glued to my ipod though. I used 1 drop of super glue on a paperclip to get It out. Is it too much?
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    Why would you glue the headphones to the iPod? Da f***?

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