Color-coding scheme for connectors and ports
|Color||Function||Connector on PC|
|Mouse and keyboard|
|Pink||Analog microphone audio input (mono or stereo)||3.5 mm TRS|
|Light blue||Analog line level audio input||3.5 mm TRS|
|Lime green||Analog line level audio output, front stereo (speakers or headphones)||3.5 mm TRS|
Keeping this in consideration, which Jack is for speakers?
Step 4: On the back of the computer tower are a number of small, round, coloured-coded sockets. The one to plug your speakers into is usually green. It may also be marked with a headphones symbol or be labelled 'Audio out'. Push the jack into this socket firmly to get a good connection.
What color input is audio?
They are often color-coded, yellow for composite video, red for the right audio channel, and white or black for the left channel of stereo audio. This trio (or pair) of jacks can be found on the back of almost all audio and video equipment.
What is the audio in jack?
Audio jacks are found on many types of audio equipment and musical instruments that accept external sound sources. In a car or truck, an audio jack, also called a "media jack" or "auxiliary (AUX) jack," is a mini-phone socket that connects any portable music player to the vehicle's amplifier and speakers.