Charging/power source to audio??

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mrmastering53

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Long story short, I'm trying to look for an audio cable that goes from USB female to 3.5mm female, and the closest thing I found was some PLUSPOE wire kit on Amazon. It had what I needed, except the main part of it was an Ethernet wire that had a see-through end on it. That is not what I need. However, it does come with a USB female to what I'm guessing is a female aux. It also kinda looks like a female DC. (for charging and power purposes to my knowledge) The description of the item says it could be used for things like Raspberry Pi, security cameras or remotes. However, I want to know if there is any possible way to be able to put a power source into audio use. Would anyone be able to determine this, and if so, please let me know ASAP. thanks :)
 

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The 1000$ question is what voltage is required on the audio circuit and indeed what current -
I would have suspected it was more than 5v
 
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