A general purpose cable for connecting 2 x 3.5mm AUX devices.
Q. What are these generally used for?
A. These are 3.5mm jack to jack stereo audio cables. They are also well known as auxiliary cables for transferring data (music) from smaller digital devices to a receiver. For instance, most mobile phones have a 3.5mm headphone socket, which allows a user to connect headphones. The headphones are just another form of speaker. If you wish to connect your iPod, iPhone, other Mobile Phone or MP3 player to your car stereo system via it's AUX in socket - this is the cable you need.
- Bluetooth Speakers: Including our JuicEBox‚Ñ¢ 10W Wireless Bluetooth Speaker and other brands
- Bluetooth Headphones: Including our JuicEBeatz‚Ñ¢ Wireless Bluetooth Headphones and other brands
- Gaming Headphones: for Playstation and XBox that use only the 3.5mm Audio Jack.
- For iPhone, iPod, iPad: Connect models that are already auxiliary compatible, such as the iPhone 4S, 5, 6, iPod's, iPad's. Please note: if your headphones do not currently work with only 3.5mm and need the lightning connector as well as this 3.5mm cable connecting to it, then it is not compatible. Such as the iPhone 7.
- For Other Mobile Phones: Samsung, Huawei, HTC, Nokia, Sony, BlackBerry, LG and more.
- For Car Stereo: Connect an MP3 Player, iPod, or mobile phone to the cars aux-in socket (auxiliary).
- For PC, Mac, Laptop, Netbook, Notebook and Tablet PC: Can be used for all devices where a 3.5mm audio input is required to transfer data (music) in from another device to record .MP3 or .WAV files.
|American Wire Gauge (AWG)||30AWG|
|Connector A||3.5mm Straight Jack|
|Connector B||3.5mm Right Angle Jack|
|Compatibility||Bluetooth Speakers, Bluetooth Headphones, Gaming Headphones: for Playstation and XBox that use only the 3.5mm Audio Jack, iPhone, iPod, iPad|
|High Performance Magnets||N/A|
|Audio Cable||3.5mm Audio|
|Bundle Image 1||N/A|
|Bundle Image 2||N/A|