Cables AUX Ugreen
Cables AUX available in our shop Ugreen.pl are characterized by high quality workmanship. They use a core made of enameled copper, which guarantees stable signal transmission without any interference or noise. The gold plated plugs, which prevents corrosion and ensures long cable life.
The length of AUX Ugreen cables in our offer varies from 20 cm to 5m, so you can choose the model best suited to your needs. Longer cables allow you to use your devices freely, even if they are far away from each other. The shorter cables AUX Ugreen are ideal for use with portable devices.
All of our cables AUX are compatible with most devices that have a 3.5mm mini jack connector, including phones, laptops, speakers, headphones or microphones. Our products are extremely durable and resistant to damage, so they can serve you for a long time.
Cables AUX connects various types of audio devices to a single, almost universal jack. Many times you have encountered the aux input on a car stereo system from the 2000s. Cables AUX allow us to connect smartphones, mp3 players, laptops and many other devices directly to the car's audio system for playback. This gives you the ability to play your own music in the car without the need for a Bluetooth-compatible head unit or FM radio transmitter.
If you have an older smartphone and an older car, Cables AUX can still come in handy. How does aux-in work? It's really simple. If your car and your device have 3.5mm audio jacks, all you need is cable 3.5mm audio to connect them together and start playing music via speakers car audio. However, it is worth remembering that cables AUX is a one-way path where data is only sent from your device to the radio. Therefore, if you want to change tracks, you must jump to the next track using the controls phone, not the buttons on the car stereo.
The AUX (Auxiliary) and headphone jacks are often identical: 3.5mm (1/8") TRS. However, Cables AUX are universal for audio, while cables headphone jacks are for headphones. Headphone jacks also come in different sizes and connection schemes.