- Connector Types: The cable has two XLR 3-pin male connectors on one end and a 3.5 mm male connector on the other end. The XLR connectors are commonly used in professional audio equipment, while the 3.5 mm connector is commonly found on consumer audio devices and portable equipment.
- Stereo Audio: The cable is designed to carry stereo audio signals, meaning it can transmit two separate audio channels (left and right) for a full stereo experience.
- Length: The cable’s length can vary, but it’s commonly available in different lengths to suit various audio setups.
- Color: The cable is described as “Grey,” which refers to the color of the cable’s outer jacket. The color is purely aesthetic and doesn’t affect the cable’s functionality.