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Minijack to B&O AUX / Tape in (iPod to Bang and Olufsen)
One of our most popular solutions - connect almost any audio device to your B&O system via the AUX input socket!
Connect a non-B&O audio device (such as a TV, iPod/iPad/iPhone, Mac/PC computer, MP3 player and more) into your Bang & Olufsen music system using the "Tape" or "Aux In" socket.
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B&O Aux / Tape DIN Input cable - Minijack (3.5mm headphone "iPod" connection)
One of our most popular solutions - connect almost any audio device to your B&O system via the AUX input sockets!
Among the first Sounds Heavenly products to launch - and still today one of our most popular! Our high quality input cable allows you to connect a non-B&O audio device (such as a TV, iPod/iPad/iPhone, Mac/PC computer, MP3 player and more!) into your Bang and Olufsen music system using the "Tape" or "Aux In" socket.
Minijack is also known as a 3.5mm stereo jack (TRS) or 1/8" jack - this is the headphone connection found on most devices today (such as iPods or computers).
We chose 5 pin DIN cables as they fit and work perfectly in the 7 pin DIN Aux sockets on most B&O systems. Little known fact: the extra two pins are only used for sending remote control data to other B&O products - hence they are spare in this application. Additionally this design choice also allows the cables to fit pre-1986 B&O products (which came fitted with 5 pin DIN sockets).
- Twin Screened Pure-Crystal Oxygen-Free Copper cable with Sounds Heavenly signature Blue sheath
- Signal conductors (x 2): 7 x 0.2mm PC-OFC copper
- Screening conductors (x 2): 16 x 0.12mm PC-OFC copper
- Neutrik/Rean nickel-plated brass 5-pin DIN plug with gold plated pins
- Minijack plug, 24 carat Gold-Plated pins, metal-bodied
Trying to connect a BeoSound 4 or BeoCenter 2? Those systems have RCA connections for the Aux Inputs instead of the usual B&O DIN sockets.