A cable used to transfer analog or digital signals from an audio source to an amplifier or powered speaker. Cables are identified more by their plugs and sockets than by the shape or color of the wire that is used. See analog audio and audio connections. In this post, the main focus is on analog audio cables. But you will also find out about 3 very common digital cables too.
The most common cables are called analog RCA cables. These are the cables with red and white, or sometimes red and black connectors. RCA cables are widely used to connect devices like VCRs and DVD players to TV sets or CD players to stereo receivers.
From iPhones to iPads, the cable quickly connects your smartphone, MP3 player, tablet, or other portable audio device with a 3.5mm audio jack to the AUX-in port of your car stereo, portable speaker, or other compatible audio-output device.
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