Griffin 6ft/180cm Premium 3.5mm TRS Aux Cable
1.8M Griffin Premium 3.5mm (Male) to 3.5mm (Male) TRS Stereo Aux Cable, Flat, Tangle Free, Gold/White
By DPD On 19th May
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Say Goodbye to Kinking
We start with our flat cross-section audio cabling. Just 1.2 mm thick, the cables lie flat and resist kinking, resulting in a cleaner, more organised installation no matter where you use them.
22-gauge twisted copper cores and gold-plated, the stereo-mini connectors maximise conductivity to minimise signal loss. Available in 6-foot lengths, our premium AUX cable is available in white, blue, red, yellow and black, ready to coordinate with any auto installation or home interior.
• 22-gauge twisted copper cores.
• 1/8” (3.5 mm) gold-plated stereo-mini connectors - low-noise, oxidation-resistant.
|Connector From||3.5mm TRS Jack (Male)|
|Connector To||3.5mm TRS Jack (Male)|
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