The most common microphone leads with an XLR (Canon) plug one end and an XLR socket at the other.
Stereo audio cables with 2 x RCA plugs at each end.
Quality Speaker cables from Australian Monitor
For when the built-in sound just isn't loud enough.
To connect any audio device with a headphone socket to a sound system. The 3.5mm plug simply plugs into the headphone socket of your computer, MP3 player, or other audio device and the RCA plugs connect to any spare input on your sound system.
An in-line audio hum suppressor to suppress audio hum coming through the speakers. Often occurs when using a laptop connected via a power adaptor to an electrical outlet. When the headphone socket is connected to powered speakers or an amplifier a loud hum is heard from the speakers.
2 x RCA plugs at one end and 2 x RCA sockets at the other mean the suppressor can be simply inserted into the audio line between the computer and the amplifier or powered speakers.