HIGH-QUALITY LIGHTNING TO USB TYPE-C CABLE FOR FiiO DEVICES
FiiO introduces the LT-LT3 Lightning to USB Type-C OTG cable for connecting your FiiO devices to an iOS device. LT-LT3 features USB Type-C termination on one end and a Lightning connector on the other end to connect to various iOS devices and you can connect a USB DAC for lossless output up to 192k/24bit. Perfect for connecting products such as the FiiO BTR3K, BTR5, Q3, Q5s-TC and K9 Pro to your iOS devices for brilliant sound. The LT-LT3 is made of high purity tin-plated copper wires, allowing your audio signals to be transmitted as clearly as possible without any stutter. A simple plug-n-play design connects your devices and offers reliable and unobstructed decoding during connection. It can be paired with various iOS devices but do note that devices that consume more than 200mA are not supported and please do not use this cable to charge Apple devices. Disable USB charging of FiiO devices through the FiiO Control App for the best experience.
ADEPTLY BUILT WITH PRECISION AND HIGH-QUALITY CONNECTORS
The FiiO LT-LT3's interior comprises high purity tin-plated pure copper wires, while the sheath is composed of skin-friendly material to handle constant wear and tear. The LT-LT3 cable has passed rigorous bending tests for extra durability and flexibility. The termination connectors on both ends are made with carefully selected aluminium alloy, which provides a metallic texture and is durable enough to take lots of connections and disconnections. The connectors are resistant to corrosion and oxidation to maintain a stable connection with your connected devices and also extend the life cycle. The entire cable's length is 20cms, long enough to be practical, making it perfect to carry anywhere. Conveniently connect your Apple devices to other products via the LT-LT3 and enjoy your favourite music effortlessly.
|CABLE LENGTH||About 20cm|
|CABLE MATERIAL||High-purity tin-plated copper wires|
|CONNECTORS||Aluminium alloy shell, Straight plug|
|MAIN FUNCTION||USB Decoding|
|SUPPORTED DEVICE||Supports connections between a USB DAC and an Apple device. Use the cable with FiiO BTR3K/BTR5/Q3/Q5s-TC/K9 Pro to acquire a better experience.|
1. FiiO LT-LT3 Type-C To Lightning OTG Cable
|GENERIC NAME||Headphone Accessories|
|COUNTRY OF ORIGIN||China|
|IMPORTER DETAILS||Importers Name: Ferrari Video
Address: 63/18, 1st Main Road, Gandhi Nagar, Chennai - 600020
Contact No: 044-24420733
6 Months Warranty
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TL;DR – makes wired audio setups to Lightning-based iDevices much neater, but doesn't automatically trigger some necessary settings in FiiO's own BTR5 which would have enabled instant listening.
Great little cable for using my FiiO BTR5 (not 2021) along with my iPhone 13 Pro max. I already own the Apple Lightning to USB3 Camera adapter (the larger one with the additional charging port) – hence I didn't really need the LT-LT3 cable for enabling new functionality – but the Lightning camera adapter + USB-A to USB-C + was a bulky and inconsistent mess. For example, the camera adapter cable and the FiiO usb-c cable flex differently, making neatly positioning the entire setup a bit more challenging than it needs to be.
A lot of us folks buy Apple gear for aesthetic neatness and consistency of experience, qualities that aren't always possible when in search for great sound quality (wires, wires everywhere!). The FiiO LT-LT3 helps a bit regarding this for those among us seeking audio quality beyond the Apple ecosystem (e.g. like my HD6XX connected balanced to the BTR5), but makes the setup feel closer to the neatness and consistency we get with our iDevices, and ironically does this better than Apple's own adapters.
I am dissatisfied with the software/firmware integration though. This being FiiO's own cable, it would have been great if the cable's chip could have detected that one of their own portable DAC/Amps is connected and automatically set "charging mode" to off (this is necessary so that the iPhone doesn't block the device for drawing too much power from it — instead the device runs from its own battery and only transfers data to and fro from the iDevice). Maybe there are engineering or standards-compliance challenges in implementing this, but in a world of tightly integrated tech ecosystems, the lack of this feature feels like a major oversight.
A very good cable that's only a short step away from great.
We appreciate your honest & elaborative review & ratings, Shubham Joshi!
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