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Auxiliary input (Audio)

Auxiliary input (Audio) is a method of connecting a peripheral media player to a vehicles entertainment system, either wired (for example, through an RCA jack, a USB port or a 1/8" TRS plug), or wirelessly (for example, through Bluetooth, A2DP or infrared).

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