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Audio cables aren't easy to classify, and since they aren't widely used, it becomes difficult to know what type of cable is required when you need to change it. On this page, we'll go through the wide range of Ekon audio cables that are sure to meet your needs.
The 3.5mm Jack cable (also known as AUX cable) is one of the most commonly used cables in the audio world. It's the most common connector in wired earphones or headphones and is often compatible with smartphones, speakers, car stereos, laptops and many other devices from brands such as Samsung, Huawei, Oppo, Xiaomi, Pioneer, Sony and JVC. Ekon has a wide range of AUX cables. The most classic ones are the 3.5mm male-to-male Jack cables. They share bend protection which ensures high resistance even for connections in narrow places. These audio cables vary in length, measuring from 50 centimetres to 5 metres long.
The male-to-female 3.5mm Jack cables, however, are suitable for connecting another cable of the same type to obtain a much longer one. The cables with 90° connector are great for more awkward connections, where normal connectors would be bent excessively. Ekon has all kinds: with both connectors at 90° or with only one of the two. Some of them have golden connectors which are synonymous with quality and resistance to wear. This category, which is even more specific, includes the extendable spiral cables and the Jack splitter cable. This is suitable, for example, for connecting two wired earphones to a single device.
Male to male, 5 m
Spiral, 90° connectors, 75 cm
Male to male, 90° connector, 0.3 m
90° connectors, 1.8 m
Male to female, 20 cm
The Toslink optical cable is often used in home theatre systems, computers, sound cards, sound bars and consoles. Ekon offers Toslink cables up to 3 metres long, ideal for connecting two devices that are far from each other. Ekon Toslink cables only have golden connectors to ensure highly stable and high quality audio signal transmission. The optical cables with 3.5mm adapter are absolutely universal: you can also use them on systems with a 3.5mm Toslink socket. If you're looking for a premium design cable, the Toslink cable with metal jacket will definitely meet your needs.
Male to Male, cotton upholstery, 1.8 m
Male to male, 1.8 m
With 3.5 mm adapter, 3 m
With 3.5 mm jack adapter, 1.8 m
RCA cables were among the first to allow the transmission of the audio-visual signal. Although it is less widespread, the RCA is still widely used for connecting speakers, amplifiers and mixers due to its transmission efficiency. In the Ekon store you'll find them with different designs and uses: RCA with male connectors, RCA male-to-female and also RCA to 3.5mm Jack. As you select the length you need (you'll find RCA cables from 30 centimetres to 5 metres long), you'll be sure to find the right cable for your device.
Some types of loudspeakers require cables that appear to have no connectors. These particular two-tone cables differ essentially in the thickness of their cores. Ekon covers thicknesses from 0.4mm to 2.5mm: most speaker models are therefore covered. The lengths, on the other hand, range from 10 to 20 metres to suit both home and professional uses.
2 RCA male to 2 RCA male, 3 m
2 RCA male to 2 RCA male, 1.8 m
3.5 mm Jack to 2 RCA male, 1.8 m
2 x 0.75mm cores, 10 m
2 x 2.5mm cores, 20 m
Have you come this far and still haven't found the right cable? Ekon also offers a variety of audio cable adapters. You can choose, for example, an adapter for 3.5mm Jack cables to "transform" them into 6.3mm Jack cables and, therefore, make them suitable for stereos and Yamaha, Fender, Marshall amplifiers and many more. You'll also find RCA splitters, 3.5mm Jack splitters and even AUX-USB-A splitters.
Jack 3.5mm to Jack 6.3mm
2 RCA inputs, 3.5mm Jack connector
2 x 3.5mm Jack, USB-A connector
Now you have the right audio cable, are you looking for a pair of headphones to listen to your favourite music at its best? Ekon has what you're looking for.