What is AUX player?
An auxiliary port (AUX) is a type of standard communications port on a device that accommodates audio signals for: MP3 players. Headphones and headsets. Microphones.
How do you use AUX?
Audio devices with a compatible 3.5mm AUX output plug can be connected, like MP3 players, smartphones, and tablets.
- Insert one end of the AUX cable into the AUX input on the bottom of your speaker.
- Insert the other end of the AUX cable into the AUX output port on your audio device.
What is AUX in stereo?
An aux-in (or auxiliary-in) socket in your car is a 3.5mm jack into which you can plug anything that has a standard headphone connection. It sends sound to the multimedia system, enabling you to ‘stream’ music from a device through the car’s speakers.
Is an MP3 player the same as AUX?
Auxiliary (Aux): Some head units include a 3.5mm auxiliary input that you can use with any phone, MP3 player or audio device with a standard headphone jack. Bluetooth: Increasingly common in car head units, Bluetooth allows for hands-free wireless control of your MP3 player or smartphone.