An AUX cable, also known as a 3.5mm audio cable or a headphone jack cable, is a common audio cable used to connect various audio devices. It has a 3.5mm (1/8 inch) plug on each end, which is a standard size for audio connections in many portable devices.Standard 3.5mm Jack Auxiliary Cable for audio applications. Male to male 3.5mm audio jack on both ends with cable length of 181cm.
- Audio Device Connections: It is commonly used to connect smartphones, tablets, laptops, MP3 players, and other portable audio devices to speakers, headphones, car stereos, or home audio systems.
- Car Audio: Many modern car stereos have an AUX input, allowing you to connect your portable music player or smartphone to play music through the car’s speakers.
- Headphone Connections: Many wired headphones and earphones come with a 3.5mm plug, allowing you to connect them directly to audio devices.
- External Speakers: You can use an AUX cable to connect external speakers to your audio source, such as a laptop or desktop computer, for better sound quality.