Aren’t there earphones with C-mount? Why do I want to pursue the earphone jack? Every time I see the earphone jack, someone will use it to advance. It makes me question whether the cancellation is advanced or backward. Can I not use the C-mount earphones?
Did the subject fail to see that “extremely advanced” is often quoted? In fact, the main reason for this problem is that the number of interfaces is reduced, so it is inconvenient. If it is changed from 3.5+C port to C port+C port. I believe there will be much less criticism of this issue. But now it is directly reduced by one mouth. It means that in some cases an adapter is necessary. Purely technically speaking, the C port is definitely higher. The reason is that the C port is digital transmission, and 3.5 is analog transmission. (In fact, the C port is dual-standard, and those who are interested can learn more about it.) Analog transmission is lossy, while digital transmission is lossless. The reason why the traditional fever has a fever wire is because the loss of different wires is different when transmitting analog signals. However, the transmission of digital signals is unaffected, either losslessly or not. Because the C port is a digital output, if the C port earphone can be designed to perform digital-to-analog conversion near the earphone, then its transmission fidelity can be much better than the 3.5 earphone. At the same time, the C port can be equipped with a better HiFi decoding amp (decoding amp + fast charging head adapter is sold), and 3.5 relies on the internal digital conversion chip of the mobile phone, the internal digital-to-analog conversion of the mobile phone will not be a very high-end thing (By default, you are definitely not an enthusiast if you have used your mobile phone to output. DAC does not need to be equipped with high-end). 3.5 You must purchase a HiFi mobile phone to achieve HiFi. As long as the C port purchases a HiFi decoding amp, it can turn any mobile phone into HiFi, which is obviously more advanced. So what is the core? The core is that you have reduced an interface, not an interface type. It is fine for 3.5+C to become C+C, but if you become 3.5+C to single C, this is a reduction. This is the reason for being scolded.