What are some different types of AUX cables?
There are several different kinds of AUX cables, and it’s crucial that you purchase the right one in order for it to connect and work properly with your device.
Some AUX cables have different numbers of wires inside them, and this can ultimately affect their compatibility with certain devices and AUX jacks. The metal pin of an AUX cable has specialized conductors that help to transmit audio signals between your two connected devices. The number of wires inside an AUX cable will match the number of conductors on their plug (the end of the cable that connects to an AUX source, such as a speaker or car). 2-conductor plug (TS) have 2 wires, 3-conductor plug (TRS) have 3 wires, and so on for 4-conductor plug (TRRS) and 5-conductor plug (TRRRS).
There are also Lightning™ and USB-type AUX cables for compatibility with an iPhone, laptop, tablet, or other device that may not have an AUX port. It’s up to you to check what kind of devices you are hoping to pair together to listen to music, do some research, and purchase the correct one to ensure that you get the high-quality sound you deserve.
6 Ft. 3.5mm AUX CableThe PWRSync 3.5mm AUX Cable provides clear, crisp sound, with a 6 ft. length that lets you control your device’s audio.
Extra cable length for added reach.
Gold-plated contacts for clean sound and corrosion resistance.
Works with any device with an AUX jack.
Protects your cable from the wear and tear of daily use.
Is AUX better than Bluetooth for music?
A lot of people wonder whether it’s better to use a Bluetooth or AUX connection for enjoying music via your favorite devices. The biggest difference between the two is that Bluetooth is a wireless connection, while AUX is a wired one.
Bluetooth connections can range from up to 33 feet, giving you greater versatility and freedom of movement. However, they usually require a pairing process, which can be frustrating to those that aren’t as technically-savvy. Plus, Bluetooth connections aren’t as universally available as AUX connections, but they have become much more common in recent times.
AUX connections, on the other hand, are much easier to set up. You don’t need to pair or install a compatible device. Although you are limited to the cable length in terms of range of movement (usually 3.5mm), you also get to enjoy slightly better sound quality.
Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide whether you’ll benefit more from an AUX or Bluetooth connection. If you don’t care about having to use a wire, and just want a sturdy connection that’s easy to set up and doesn’t require a tedious process, then an AUX cable is definitely the smarter option for you.
How do I use the AUX cable in my car?
To use the PWRSync 3.5mm AUX Cable in your car, as well as most other AUX cables, you only need to follow a few quick and easy steps.
Check that your car has an AUX port or other means of connection for AUX cables – most cars are equipped with an AUX port for playing your favorite songs. Gently wipe the AUX port, the cable, and your device with a soft, dry cloth. Firmly insert one end of the cable into your device, then insert the other end into your car’s AUX port.
Make sure the cable is securely and properly connected, and you should now be able to play all your favorite tunes while you’re on the road through your device!
What’s one of the best AUX cables available?
The PWRSync 3.5mm AUX Cable is one of the most reliable and cost-effective AUX cables on the market!
This 6ft. cable provides crisp, ultra-clear sound and allows you to control your device’s audio with much more freedom. Meanwhile, its gold-plated contacts give the cable added resistance against corrosion, and the incredibly durable, tangle-resistant braided nylon protects it from daily wear and tear.
Along with a universal design that features flexible compatibility with any device that has an AUX jack, the PWRSync 3.5mm AUX Cable is one that you can always rely on for rich HD sound, no matter where you are.