How to Make Your Own Aux Cable


With an aux cable you can connect any portable mp3 or CD player to a stereo that supports aux. You can buy one in Radioshack for around 20 USD or you can make your own for around 2 USD.

 

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Steps:

  1. Get a set of headphones and remove the earbuds/speakers and strip the wires exposing the multi-colored leads.
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    2. Secondly get another set of headphones and do the same to those leads as well.
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    3. Connect the same color wires (positive to positive and negative to negative).
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4. Next take the plain or uncolored copper leads to the same leads that are in. the same circuit as the colored ones (plain to plain that are next to the same colored leads).
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5. By twisting or soldering make sure your connections are secure.
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6. Seal your connections with either electrician tape or shrink tubing.
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7. Your auxiliary jack is ready to connect your mp3 player, cassette player, or CD player to a sound system with an input jack, such as a car stereo or home theater system.
Source: WikiHow
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