What is a 3.5 mm audio cable used for?
A single 3.5mm stereo jack is often used for a headphone connection on a small portable device – such as a mobile phone or media player. What is this? Alternatively, a 3.5mm port is often used as a line-level stereo audio input/output on a device like a TV.
How do you wire a 3.5 mm jack?
Is Aux cable same as 3.5 mm jack?
Are AUX (Auxiliary) connectors & headphone jacks the same? The construction of the aux connector and the headphone jack is often the same: 3.5mm (1/8″) TRS. However, the “auxiliary connector” is universal for audio while the “headphone jack” is, by its name, suited for headphones.