Xclio 1M Aux Audio Jack Cable, 3.5mm to 3.5mm Stereo TRS
1M Xclio Audio Jack Cable, 3.5mm TRS Jack (Male) to 3.5mm TRS Jack (Male), Black
By DPD On 16th Jul
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3.5mm to 3.5mm Aux Cable
Easily connect any devices with 3.5mm audio jack. Full compatible with Headphones, iPod, iPhone, iPad, Tablet, Laptop, Hi-Fi or Car Stereos, Smartphones, MP3 Player and any other audio-playing devices. The 3.5mm male to male jack transmits audio in stereo format, pure copper inside cable ensures reliability and reduces signal loss, delivering clear clean sound.
• Soft nylon jacket.
• Ultra-durable lifespan (10000+ bend lifespan).
• Pure copper inside cable.
|Connector From||3.5mm TRS Jack (Male)|
|Connector To||3.5mm TRS Jack (Female)|
|Model Number||1M AV MALE AUDIO CABLE|
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