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3.5mm Stereo Panel Mount Jack (1)


3.5mm metal chassis stereo jack

  3.5mm Stereo Panel Mount Jack (1)
Low cost alternative for DIY project boxes requiring 1/8" jacks
Works well with inexpensive amplifier projects requiring a jack
Chassis or Panel mounting. 3.5mm, 3 Conductor with solder terminals. Completely sealed jack, non-switching. Features Mounts in 1/4" hole in panels up to .075" thick With hardware, attractive knurled nut Nickel-plated with ABS cover
The current price is $2.41.
The overall customer satisfaction rating of this product is Moderate with a score of +0.20.
The current sales rank is 0.
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What are fans saying?
The Bluetooth adapter I got is a perfect fit...doesn't get in the way of folding the headphones up at all...It fit perfectly inside the silver ring.This is the Bluetooth receiver I bought. a deal breaker, but this wireless receiver does NOT have a mic for hands free calling.
And mine looks a little rough because I'm in the process of stripping the rubber off the front of it... Added aux to RB1 and this worked perfect.
I didn't have much room to mount the jack so the compact size of this one was a plus.
This was just small enough to mount inside my Monoprice Retros for my fist ever removable cable mod.The solder points are large and easy to solder to.Plus it's held up pretty well for the price I paid over the months since I've installed it.
Easy to install and use, and it sounds great.
What are haters saying?
I installed the first one in a pair of headphones and it works fine, the second one I don't want to use because it seems useless if it can't hold a cable.
I just got it and it's missing one prong.
I used this for a cable mod on my DT990 and first off their is no wire diagram so i had to find out in the comments.
When i went to solder on one of the wires just touching the iron to the prong for a couple seconds was enough to heat up the plastic and the pin just fell through the back into the plug and i had to melt more plastic to pull it out.
I used a multimeter to check for continuity in the prongs of the jack only to find out that all three of the prongs are actually making contact with each otherSilly me should have double checked the continuity before I took apart my headphonesI read good reviews of this jack for the same pair of headphones as mine, but my chassis jack doesnt work well.
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