Repair or design your very own audio cables with these nice and durable phono-jack connectors. These are great plugs to make your own cables with. They are made out of durable metal with flexible, sturdy springs for strain-relief. Just solder the connector to some wires and you have a DIY audio cable that can rival the best!
This item is a 2.5mm Stereo Plug – it is a less common size than a stereo 3.5mm standard headphone jack but is still just as useful. This connector is often used in hands-free phone headsets, two-way radios, audio recorders, and some microphones.
This item is a 3.5mm TRRS Plug with four poles. TRRS stands for Tip, Ring, Ring, Sleeve. It has four total conductors – three signal and a ground as opposed to a stereo jack’s two. This connector is most often used in smartphones & cellphones to provide stereo audio and one mic channel.
This item is a 1/4″ Stereo Plug. It’s a pretty common size and is super useful for more heavy duty connections – like an amp or an electric guitar. It pairs well with a 1/4″ Stereo Jack if you want to make two matching cables.
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