AAXA Technologies Microsoft Zune A/V Cable

AAXA Technologies Microsoft Zune A/V Cable

AAXA Technologies Microsoft Zune A/V Cable

B&H # AAKP25009 MFR # KP250-09
AAXA Technologies Microsoft Zune A/V Cable

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Product Highlights

  • For AAXA P1/P2/M1/M2/HS102 Projectors
  • Carries Zune Audio and Video Signals
  • Supports up to VGA(640 x 480) Resolution
  • Supports all Zune 30 / 80 / 120 Models
  • Convenient 12.0" Length
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AAXA Technologies KP250-09 overview

  • 1Description

Enjoy your Zune media favorites in fuller sights and sounds when you connect the AAXA Technologies Microsoft Zune A/V Cable to your Zune and AAXA micro projector. This single cable is the go-between for these two devices, allowing music, movies and TV shows downloaded to your Zune to come alive in a bigger way wherever you want.

Specially designed by AAXA for ultimate compatibility with their line of mini projectors, the double 3.5 mm mini jacks fit perfectly with the connections on these models.

Whether you've got an older Zune or a new HD model, this cable can effortlessly handle full video and audio signals and supports up to a 640 x 480 resolution. Get the most out of your media files when you put them on the big screen - this single cable is the last piece of the puzzle to make your Zune and AAXA mini projector function in tandem.

  • AAXA P1 / P2 Pico Projectors
  • AAXA M1 / M2 / HS102 Micro Projectors
  • 30 / 80 / 120 Zune models including HD
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AAXA Technologies Microsoft Zune A/V Cable
  • 1-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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    AAXA Technologies KP250-09 specs

    Connector Type 3.5 mm mini jack x 2
    Length 12.0" / 30.5 cm
    Color Black
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.0 x 3.4 x 0.4"

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