3.5mm Cables Adapters allow you to connect your 3.5mm audio devices, like headsets, microphones and speakers to a variety of media devices. Whether you need to connect your headset to a phone, laptop or console controller - our range of 3.5mm Cables Adapters are the perfect solution!
- Connects 3.5mm audio devices to media sources
- Compatible with Smartphones, Laptops & Consoles
- Enhanced sound quality & durability
- Easily connect your audio device with media sources for maximum sound quality
- Reduced interference & clear communication for phones and gaming consoles
- Durable construction that stands the test of time
What is a 3.5 mm Audio Cable?
A 3.5 mm audio cable (also known as an AUX cable) is a type of audio/video cable used to connect two pieces of audio equipment together, such as connecting your smartphone to a car’s auxiliary port or speakers. The cable comes in male and female variants, with the male side typically being the plug that gets inserted into the device and the female side having the sockets for plugging into other components. 3.5 mm cables can be used for both stereo and mono playback, depending on the connectors involved.
What's the Difference Between an Aux Cable and a 3.5 mm Jack?
While both Aux cables and 3.5mm jacks can be used to connect audio sources, they are not technically the same thing. The Aux cable consists of two or three separate cables that must each be plugged into an individual jack, while a 3.5mm jack is a single cable that plugs into the entire audio port at once.
A Guide to 3.5 mm Audio Cables
Yes, there are three different types of 3.5mm audio jacks – the TRS (tip-ring-sleeve) connector, the TRRS (tip-ring-ring-sleeve) connector, and the TS (tip-sleeve) connector. Each type has its own purpose and can be used for different types of audio input/output.