3.5mm (Headphone/TRS Connection) Cables
The 3.5mm Headphone jack has been with us for many years. This connection is also known as a TRS (Tip, Ring, Sleeve) connector and was originally invented for use in telephone switchboards in the 20th century. In recent times this connector is mainly found in personal audio equipment such as MP3 Players, CD Walkmans and generally where headphones are required. These leads are also used to connect audio equipment to speaker systems.