Syncwire 3.5mm Nylon Braided Aux Cable (3.3ft/1m,Hi-Fi Sound)
- BRAND: Syncwire
- CONNECTOR TYPE: Auxiliary
- COMPATIBLE DEVICES: Laptop, Tablet, Speaker
- COLOUR: Black
- CABLE TYPE: AUX Cable
- PRODUCT DIMENSIONS: 4.33 x 0.47 x 2.17 inches
- ITEM WEIGHT: 0.8 ounces
It works with any device that has a 3. 5mm aux connection. Apple iPhones, iPods, iPads, Headphones, Hi-Fi, Car Stereos, Tablets, Laptops, Smartphones, MP3 Players, Speakers, and other audio-playing gadgets are examples. It has sound quality that is unparalleled. Polished 24K gold-plated connectors improve dependability and reduce signal loss and noise, providing your devices with clean and stereo sound. With a 15000+ bend lifespan, it’s several times longer than standard audio cables. You won’t have to worry about knots or kinks when you wind it. The double shielding considerably improves interference protection, and the carefully designed organizer eliminates messy or tangled cable. It has been tested to endure at least 15,000 cycles of 90 degree bend, thanks to its nylon braided jacket. Copper wires that have been enameled are ideal for transmitting sound. It is simply one of the most long-lasting cables available.
WHAT’s IN THE BOX
- Sync wire 3.3 ft Nylon Braided Aux Cable
- 3 years free card
- Customer Service
- User Guide
HOW TO USE
It allows you to connect your phone to your car’s sound and listen to music or audio files while driving. Connect one end of the cable to your phone’s 3.5mm audio connector and the other end to the aux-in connection on your speakers, headphones, vehicle stereo, or another audio output device to get started.
HOW TO CONNECT AUX TO SPEAKERS
- Connect one end of the AUX wire to the bottom of your speaker’s AUX input.
- Connect the other end of the AUX wire to your audio device’s AUX output port.
- To activate, turn the SOURCE knob to AUX and push once.
WHAT EXACTLY IS AUX MUSIC?
Auxiliary port (AUX) is a term that refers to a second audio input mechanism. It’s an asynchronous serial port with an interface that accepts audio signals as an auxiliary input for MP3 players. Headphones. Music players on the go.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF HAVING AN AUX PORT?
Audio equipment that receives peripheral sound sources, such as digital music players or audio speakers, often use the AUX connector. Auxiliary jack, auxiliary port, or auxiliary input are all terms for the same thing. AUX had its own heyday in a generation where having musical experiences personally tailored to us was the norm.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What does the abbreviation AUX mean?
An Auxiliary port (AUX) is a type of standard ommunications port on a device that accepts audio signals from MP3 players and other devices. Headsets and headphones are two types of headphones. Microphones.
- Is the length of an AUX cable a factor in sound quality?
The electrical resistance is affected by the cable’s length and thickness. As a result, a long, thin auxiliary line can degrade the quality of your audio. It’s worth mentioning that, regardless of length, a thicker aux wire would give less resistance, keeping sound quality
- Is there a difference between Aux and 3.5 mm?
The aux connector and headphone jack are generally made of the same material: 3.5mm (1/8) TRS. The auxiliary connector, on the other hand, is universal for audio, but the headphone port is designed for headphones
- What is the best way to tell if I have a 3.5 mm jack?
At the very least, every plug has a tip and a sleeve. The amount of Rings is what distinguishes them. It’s a three-conductor plug or a TRS connector if the plug only has one ring. It’s a four-conductor plug or a TRRS connector if it contains two rings.
- What is a 2.5 mm jack used for?
The 2.5 mm connector is more commonly used to connect headsets to landline phones, lightweight two-way radios, and video cameras. These require a microphone as well as audio in the headset, which is why there is sometimes an extra stripe.
- Is there an AUX cable on the television?
The auxiliary input, sometimes known as the AUX input, is a common input channel for televisions. Video sources linked to the AUX receptors, which are normally located on the back or side of the TV, can be watched by switching the TV to the AUX input with the remote control.