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1 pin to 2 pin converter

Trying to connect my iPhone earbuds (1 pin) to my MacBook Pro (need a 2 pin), so I don't have to use another headset. Does such a converter exist?

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That's very hazy.

My iPhone earbuds have 4 connections in the one jack or maybe what you call a pin. However I can't tell what you are trying to do with your question.

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1 pin to 2 pin converter

I want to buy a converter, so I'll take that 1 iPhone earbuds pin and plug it into a female connector on one end of the converter, at the other end of which are 2 pins that will plug into the 2 female connectors in a notebook. Does such a converter exist?

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So a mic and headphone adapter?
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Perfect!

Exactly what I need. Thanks.

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