What color are audio inputs?

What color are audio inputs?

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 often be found on the back of audio and video equipment.

What is the blue port for audio?

The color-coded jacks on the sound card The light blue port is normally the line input port and is usually stereo. The green port is normally the headphone output port, also usually stereo.

Is audio red or green?

However, on most boards, the red connects a microphone, the green are stereo “front” speakers and blue may be for a subwoofer or maybe for “rear” speakers if your board supports surround sound.

What do the colors mean on a sound card?

The basic jack colors go something like this: Green: Audio out (front speakers) Black: Audio out (rear speakers) Pink: Microphone in Blue: Line in Yellow/Orange: Subwoofer out.

What color is audio?

The standard colors for the various signals are shown below; however, beyond 7.1 audio, there are no color standards. Stereo audio applications use either black and red, grey and red or white and red RCA connectors; in all three cases, red denotes right. White or purple may also be replaced by black.

What is the Blue audio port?

The pink port is for a microphone which can record sound to the computer. The green port is line out and this is where the speakers are connected to produce sound from the computer. The blue port is line in and this is for connecting a CD-player or cassette tape to the computer.

Where is the speaker port on a computer?

Find the speaker connectors on your computer. Most computers have speaker jacks on the motherboard connector panel, located on the back of the tower. If you are using a laptop, your only speaker port may be the headphone jack, or there may be ports located along the back of the laptop.

What is a stereo adapter?

A USB stereo adapter is a device that plugs into a computer, or any other device with Universal Serial Bus (USB) capability, and allows for stereo sound upon playback of audio. Most USB stereo adapters have ports for both headphones and microphones.