Universal Serial Bus cables are used with computers and laptops, and are available in with mini or standard connectors.
Mini to mini cables use an 1/8" analog connection at both ends, and can be used in a large variety of applications.
Optical cables, sometimes called Toslink cables, are digital cables that use light instead of electricity to pass a signal.
A coaxial cable is a 75 Ohm cabled that uses a center conductor and outside conductor with a shared axis.
Some headphones offer replacement cables; only available for specific models.
A headphone extension can be used with any headphone and is available in 1/4" & 1/8" sizes in varying lengths.
These cables use an 1/8" mini connector on one end, and an RCA (left and right) connection on the other end.
These are very common interconnect cables featuring two connections (left and right) on both ends of the cable.
Speaker cables vary in size and type, and are used between speakers and pre-amp, power amp, or other source.
XLR cables have 3-pin (positive, negative, ground) connections, and are often used in balanced-drive use.
See our list of every cable we carry, as listed below.