|Turn your Smartphone or Tablet (iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone, etc.) into a Cockpit Voice Recorder! Just plug the 3.5 mm (4 conductor) plug into the headset jack on your Smartphone and your standard aviation headset into the adapter and you'll be able to record audio through your aviation headset. Your Smartphone will be able to record all transmissions through the Intercom systems including in-cabin and ATC transmissions. Great for CFI's and Students to review radio communication skills after the flight!|
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Yes, this will work for an iPad as well.
Yes, this will record intercom and radio conversation will plugged into a dual plug GA headset.
This recording adapter is for recording into your device. Since your tablet/smartphone only has one jack, it can only input or output depending on your adapter.
The Pilot Usa Iphone/smartphone Digital Audio Recorder was designed for smart phones that use 3.5 mm plug. This can be used in the newer style blackberry phones but not the older ones.
Yes, the Pilot USA recording adapter (11-10531) can plug into your android via the 3.5MM headphone jack.
No, this adapter is for recording communications from the headset to an app on the phone. It does not transmit the other way, from phone to headset.
Yes, if you have the adapter to go from headphone to lightning.
Yes, as long as the recorder has a 3.5mm input, it will work.