Remax Game Earphone With Vibration & Noise Canceling Earphones (1-Jack 3.5mm)
Remax Earphone With Vibration
1 . Speaker Size : 9.2mm
2 . Speaker Impedance : 64Ω ± 15%
3 . Vibrator Impedance : 12Ω ± 15%
4 . Frequency Response : 20-20000Hz
5 . SPL: 80 ± 3dB
6 . MIC: 42 ± 3dB
7 . Maximum Output Power : 20mw
8 . Vibrator : 10.6mm
9 . Connector : 3.5mm
10 . Cable Length : 120cm
What is AUX And how this Headphone Work
An auxiliary port AUX is a type of standard communications port on a device that accommodates audio signals for:
Headphones and headsets.
And other audio devices, including some fairly traditional audio technologies.
If you plug speakers or mics or headsets into a primary device, with the possible exception of some types of USB setups, you’re typically connecting in through what you would call an auxiliary port.
Computer port (COM1) on a traditional PC is typically configured as an audio aux port. which is the first serial port with a preconfigured assignment for serial devices.
An RS 232 standardization applies to various PC audio attachments, many of which are converted to the 3.5mm or 1/8 inch standard audio jack on a lot of peripheral hardware.
Generally, the use of these audio ports requires different types of adapters and fittings for backward compatibility as system components evolve from many different manufacturers.