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|Model Number:||LCS3G||Application:||Audio & Video|
|Storage:||-30°C To +70°C||Impedance:||50Ω,75Ω|
1/8 inch Digital DIY Audio Connector LCS3G cable switch phone plugs microphone connector
Audio encompasses a large number of interfaces including digital and analog. These are used in a number of applications from home theater and portable use to the pro audio mixing boards that DJ's and other audio professionals use. One similarity that most audio connector types share is they are easy to connect. Manufacturers of consumer electronics prefer to use simple interfaces that average users can connect and disconnect without having to tighten thumbscrews, or release tabs or latches. This preference can prove challenging to manufacturers who must balance convenience with performance.
The 3.5 mm connector is commonly called a 1/8-inch connector or a mini-plug.
This connector is a small, thin metal plug that can be used to carry one, two, or even three signals.
The tip of the plug is separated from the sleeve of the connector by a concentric band of insulating material.
For stereo or audio/video versions of the plug, there may be one or two additional metal bands, called rings, placed between the tip and the sleeve. 3.5mm connectors are commonly used for computers and portable devices for mono or stereo audio.
A computer's sound card uses these connectors for speakers, line-in/line-out connections, and also for microphones. Portable devices use the 3.5mm interface as a line-out connection for headphones or for connection to an auxiliary input on an amplifier. The "three-pole" version of the 3.5mm plug is often used on camcorders. This plug has a tip and two rings, which can carry video as well as right/left stereo audio.
|Product Category||Phone Connectors|
|Standard||3.5 mm, 1/8 in|
|Number of Positions||3 Position|
|Switch Configuration||Not Switched|
|Housing Material||Die Cast|
|Mating Cycles||1000 Cycle|
|Factory Pack Quantity||100 pcs|
|Subcategory||Audio & Video Connectors|