NEW PRODUCTS – 3.5mm (1/8″) Stereo DIY Plug / 3.5mm (1/8″) Stereo DIY “Free-Hanging” In-Line Jack
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’re made out of durable metal with a flexible, sturdy spring 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 3.5mm Stereo Plug. It’s a pretty common size and is super useful in most headphones or basic audio connections you’re looking to do. It pairs well with the 3.5mm Stereo Jack (below) if you want to make two matching cables that connect to each other.
This item is a 3.5mm Stereo Jack. It is free-hanging, not panel mount! It’s a pretty common size and is super useful to connect most headphone cables or basic audio cables to. It pairs well with the 3.5mm Stereo Plug (above) if you want to make two matching cables that plug into each other.
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