Hi, using Cubasis on Android, I have a USB-A MIDI controller and use a USB-C adapter that works fine for using my MIDI controller for inputing data to my USB-C tablet.
As with many tablets nowadays, there is not a headphones output. I have a headphones and USB-C adapter where the headphones works fine, but the USB controller (CME Xkey) now does not work. It appears that most USB-C and headphone adapter’s only charges the USB .
Is there a USB-C to USB-C MIDI controller input and a headphone out adapter?
I dont know about a midi controller but there are Usb-C to Jack cables for sure
Samsung has them (im on a S7) and there are usb c splitters (its a cable with 2 usb c sockets going to a usb c plug) so you can do multiple usb c tasks…
Thank you CJ for coming back to me and yes I have an S7. The great term you used was splitter. Do you have the splitter mentioned and what is the part number (I cannot find it on the Samsung website)?
I looked for a USB-C male to 2 (dual) USB-C female connectors. The one I found provides bi-directional data and charge on both USB-C ports, but do not support audio. My guess is that the chipset in the splitter does not support D/A.