3.5mm Cables, also known as phone jack, audio jack, headphone jack or jack plug. It is a family of electrical connectors typically used for analog audio signals. The standard is that a plug will connect with a jack.

The most common arrangement remains to have the male plug on the cable and the female socket mounted in a piece of equipment. Which was the original intention of the design.

The 3.5mm stereo audio cables are designed for use in computer audio applications. They are typically used to connect a PC sound card, mini stereo audio device. Or a portable CD player to a multimedia speaker. There are various kinds of 3.5mm audio cables; however, all of them feature a 3.5mm mini connector of some type.

Moreover, this connector is often found connecting headphones and earphones. The input for the connector can come from PCs, DVD players, MP3 players, TVs, and CD players. While the connector combinations used in a 3.5mm stereo cable varies, the stereo sound can be transmitted, that is, it can be used for surround sound and sound perspective applications that enhance listening pleasure.

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