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15m 3.5 Stereo Audio Cable for Computer MP3 DVD VCD

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Specifications:

  • This Stereo Audio Cable is easy to use
  • Connect the Stereo Audio Cable up to Computer MP3 VCD and others to charge while syncing
  • This Stereo Audio Cable is made of high quality material
  • the Stereo Audio Cable for Computer MP3 VCD is durable and reliable for long time use
  • Cable Length: 15m/590.6in

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15m 3.5 Stereo Audio Cable for Computer MP3 DVD VCD


  • This Stereo Audio Cable is made of high quality material that is enough for a long time to use

15m 3.5 Stereo Audio Cable for Computer MP3 DVD VCD


  • The Audio Cable used for Computer MP3 VCD is durable and reliable for long time useand it very easy to use

15m 3.5 Stereo Audio Cable for Computer MP3 DVD VCD


  • Connect the Stereo Audio Cable up to Computer MP3 VCD and others to charge while syncing

15m 3.5 Stereo Audio Cable for Computer MP3 DVD VCD


  • The 15m Audio Cable provides fully molded to provide excellent strain relief for durable use

How to Make a Stereo Audio Cable:

Whether you are playing in a band, working in a recording studio or just hooking up your home stereo, audio cable is an expensive and integral part to what you do. If you want to build your own cable or repair broken ones to avoid replacements, making an audio cable is not as hard as you might think. It can be made with a simple routine and some practice.


  • Instructions
  • Split the unbalanced audio cable into its three components of positive, negative, and shield. Strip each of these components down to the wire. If you are making a balanced audio cable, split the cable into it's four components of positive, positive, negative and shield.
  • Tin the exposed wire by heating the exposed wire briefly with the soldering iron and then feeding solder into the wire. The solder should flow freely, filling the wire. Tinning the wire makes it stronger for soldering it to the connector.
  • Solder the tinned wires to the appropriate conductors of each connector. If you want to make an unbalanced cable, use an RCA connector or a TRS (tip-ring-sleeve) connector, which both have a positive and a negative conductor. The shield component of the audio cable can be used as a drain wire in this case. If you want to make a balanced cable, use an XLR connector, which has an in-phase positive, an inverted-phase positive, and a negative conductor. In this case, solder the two positive wires to the positive conductors on the connectors (making sure to use the same pair on both ends), the negative wire to the negative conductor, and the shield to the earth ground.

Package Included:


  • 1 x Audio Cable