Audio Cable for BBC micro:bit (Kitronik 5622)

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9 g

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.

Działa z BBC micro:bit V1 i V2

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PLN 12,90
PLN 10,49 w/o VAT
EUR 3,00
EUR 2,44 w/o VAT
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Tags: microbit, audio

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 mono amplifier kits to drive the speaker.

Note: 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.


  • Plug headphones directly onto the 3.5mm TRS stereo jack.
  • Crocodile clips for direct connection to the BBC micro:bit.


  • 1 x BBC micro:bit Audio Cable.


  • Length: 400mm.
  • Clips: 28mm.