iHoryson 90°Angled USB C to 3.5mmAux Audio Cable

$9.99

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  • This Type C to 3.5mm Aux cable can easily connect your Type C devices to Car Stereo, Home Stereo, Speaker, Headset or any device with standard 3.5mm audio jack or Aux-in port, offers HiFi sound provide maximum listening pleasure.
  • Cable Length:1.2M/3.94ft, light,soft, wear-resistant, tangle-free, equipped with polished aluminum alloy shell and 24K Gold-plated connectors, have both a luxurious and fashionable appearance and long service life
  • All the USB C smart phones are compatible with this cable. Such as compatible with Google pixel 3/3 XL/2/2 XL,OnePlus 6T/7/7Pro, iPad Pro 2018, Essential, Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+/S9/S9+/S8/8, Huawei Mate 10 Pro/P20/P20 Pro/Mate 20 Pro
  • Upgrade golden spring coil strengthened design, free to 180 degree bend , preventing fracture, which also make itself anti-stretch and longer lifespan
  • We adopt the upgraded original audio chips to ensures stable and no loss transmission of audio signal to provide premium HIFI sound quality.
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USB C to 3.5mm Aux Audio Cable provide you maximum listening pleasure.

Compatible with:Compatible with all USB Type C smartphone, and works with any device with standard 3.5mm audio jack or AUX-in port.Works perfect for USB Type C smartphones without 3.5mm headphone jack such as :Google Pixel 3/3 XL/2/2 XLNew i-Pad Pro 2018OnePlus 6T/7/7 ProHuawei Mate 10 Pro, Huawei P20, Huawei P20 Pro/Mate 20 ProNubia Z17,MI 6, HUAWEI P9LG STYLO 4Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+/S8/8

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