Audio Cable for the BBC micro:bit. Connect the crocodile clips to your BBC micro:bit and plug your headphones into the 3.5mm socket and code some music.
This is the perfect cable choice for those that want to output music or general sound for the BBC micro:bit, to either headphones or speakers.
At one end of the cable are the black and red crocodile clips, which connect to the microbits GND and Pin 0 respectively. At the other end of the cable is a 3.5mm TRS (tip, ring sleeve) stereo jack.
The 3.5mm TRS stereo jack means you can either connect your headphones directly to your BBC micro:bit or if you would rather use a speaker, you can use one of our MP3 mono amplifier kits to drive the speaker.
Although the BBC micro:bit can supply enough current to drive a pair of headphones, you will need an amplifier if you wish to drive an audio speaker. A MP3 mono amplifier kit is an ideal choice as it offers both the amplifier and speaker.