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|Housing:||Zinc Alloy||Conductor:||Pure Copper|
|Application:||Audio Video||Keywords:||Plug 6.35 Jack|
trs audio connector,
digital audio out connector
LCP3G Microphone Connector 6.35mm gold plated TRS Stereo Cable Connector
The 1/4-inch phone plug is used to connect unbalanced line-level or instrument-level signals.
This plug is part of a cable used with guitar amps, mixers, electric keyboards, electric guitars, and some power amplifiers.
A guitar cord has a phone plug on each end. The tip of the plug is soldered to the cable's center conductor; the sleeve or long cylinder is soldered to the cable shield.
A 1/4" phone plug. You plug a phone plug into a phone jack.
The plug is on a cable; the jack is in the chassis of a piece of audio gear. Note that a jack is a receptacle; a plug goes into a jack to make a connection.
How do you know if a 1/4" phone jack is balanced or unbalanced, mono or stereo?
You need to look at the specifications in the equipment manual. For example, if the jack is labeled "AUX SEND", look up the specification for the AUX SEND connector in the manual. It will tell you if it's balanced or unbalanced. For headphones, the tip is soldered to the left-channel lead (wire); the ring (just behind the tip) is soldered to the right-channel lead, and the sleeve is soldered to the common lead.
For balanced line-level cables, the sleeve is soldered to the shield; the tip is soldered to the "hot" lead, and the ring is soldered to the remaining lead. Some mixers have INSERT jacks that are stereo phone jacks; each jack accepts a stereo phone plug. Tip is the send signal to an audio device input; ring is the return signal from the device output, and sleeve is ground.
These signals are unbalanced. If your recorder or mixer has unbalanced mic inputs, but your mic and mic cable are balanced, you might be able to buy an adapter cable with a female XLR on one end and a 1/4" phone plug on the other end. It's called a female XLR to 1/4" adapter cable.
Complete decomposition for Flexible use
Chuck type strain relief provides higher pull-out force
Stretchy boot protects for reliable cable retention
Silver contacts for better transferring and stabilization
|Model||6.35 Male to Male Microphone cable|
|Optional||gold and nickel plated|
|Jacket color||Black,Bule ,Grey,Transparent, etc|
|Test||100% open & short test|
|Hi-Pot||DC 300V 10ms|
|Insulation Resistance||10M OHM /300V Min.|
|Contact Resistance||0.01 OHM Max.|
|Shield||up to 65% braid.|
|Working Temperature||-25℃ ~ +85℃|