The Dual Mono-Stereo Adapter provides a way to connect two assistive switches with standard 3.5 mm mono plugs to a single 3.5 mm stereo input on a compatible assistive technology device. This device is functionally equivalent to a 3.5 mm TRS to Dual 3.5 mm TSF Stereo Breakout Cable (Amazon Link, ~$16).
To use the Dual Mono-Stereo Adapter, connect the two assistive switches to the mono inputs labelled L (left) and R (right). Then use a stereo male-to-male audio cable to connect the adapter to the AT device’s 3.5 mm stereo input.
The Dual Mono-Stereo Adapter can also be used with the LipSync Switch Input Module.
The Dual-Mono-Stereo Adapter consists of some electronic components and a 3D printed enclosure. Detailed build instructions can be found in the GitHub link.
- 3D Printing
- Soldering Iron
- Wire Strippers
- 3D printed Case Top
- 3D printed Case Bottom
- 3x Stereo Jacks (https://www.digikey.ca/en/products/detail/cui-inc/SJ1-3535NG/738699)
- 4x 25 mm lengths of wire
- 1X 3.5 mm Male Stereo – 3.5 mm Male Stereo Extension Cable
Print the top and bottom enclosure pieces following the 3D printing guide.
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