- Aux stands for auxiliary port and it is a standard interface that accommodates audio signals.
- Aux port is a sound/audio input function for home theater systems alongside Bluetooth and USB.
- Other than a home theater, you can plug in headphones through the auxiliary port of an input source.
- The source can be a TV, laptop, tablet, or phone.
- An auxiliary cable connects the home theatre/headset to the input source.
- A home theater auxiliary port helps to improve the quality of audio from your TV, laptop, or phone speakers to give you boosted and more refined sound.
- Auxiliary cables have an auxiliary jack (aux jack) on one end to insert into the sound source.
- You only need to connect the aux cable and tune your sound system to ‘aux mode’ in order to experience better audio through the speakers.
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