Have you ever had the need for a second AUX connection on your phone or just wanted to share headphones with someone but didn't want to use only one headphone. Well today is your luck day, I will show you how to make a AUX splitter so you can use two headphones from one AUX.
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Step 1: Tools and Parts
The tools and parts needed:
- Two AUX connections (I salvaged mine from a old computer)
- One headphone jack
- Wire strippers
- Tape (optional)
- Soldering iron
- Hot Glue gun
Step 2: Wiring and Soldering
First you have to check the connections and find out where every wire goes, I used a multimeter to check the connections. Then trim the wires down to solder them, then solder the wires together.
Step 3: Hot Glue
Now use Hot Glue to glue the two AUX connections together. I used Hot Glue to make a mold or case for the wires and used the side of the Hot Glue gun to make the sides smooth. Then I used a black marker to color the Hot Glue and make it look nicer.
Step 4: Test and Have Fun
Now just test your new AUX splitter and use it every where you need it. The cost of this AUX splitter was free but if you were to buy one you would have to spend at leased $3 on a cheap one. Thanks for viewing and vote to support my projects.