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Its a standard guitar jack to 3.5mm headphone jack on my Aftershock

 

I did wonder what you do if your phone doesn't have a headphone socket.......you may have to use a laptop USB instead

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You can connect to a laptop with the Neuro Desktop App using a mini-usb cable (in the aftershock) to a usb-c cable on your computer (assuming the aftershock has the same connectivity as the Gemini Chorus).

 

For the mobile app; this is what is included in the box - https://www.sourceaudio.net/store/p3/neuro-cable.html

 

Looking at Bass Direct - https://www.bassdirect.co.uk/bass_guitar_specialists/Soundblox_Aftershock_Bass_Distortion.html - it is listed as a 1/8” to 1/4” cable for Neuro Mobile App connection (as Mudpup has stated).

 

To connect to a USB-C connection then you'll need something like this - https://www.amazon.co.uk/GLUBEE-Adapter-Headphone-Support-Enhancer/dp/B087R9Z13S/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=usb+c+to+3.5mm&qid=1645129990&sr=8-3

 

I have my Gemini Chorus working both ways (with Desktop App and Mobile App) but I far prefer the Desktop App to the Mobile App .... but I think I might need to treat myself to a Neuro Hub .... and a MIDI controller ... and an expression pedal .... beware the source audio eco-system ... 

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