1/4" Jack - Rean, Stereo, Horizontal, Switched, Plastic Nut, PC

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1/4" Jack - Rean, Stereo, Horizontal, Switched, Plastic Nut, PC

$1.25
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3 pole horizontal ¼" jack, all contacts switched, gold plated contacts, plastic housing with nut and washer

SKU:
W-RN-904-G
Item ID:
041206
UPC/EAN:
841358108112
Rean Neutrik Part Number:
NYS216G
Brand:
Rean
RoHS Compliant
Product Measurements by Type
Item Height16.5 mm
Item Length33 mm
Item Width20 mm
Mounting Hole Diameter11.4 mm
Washer Inner Diameter11.3 mm
Washer Outer Diameter15.3 mm
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions1.305 in. × 0.785 in. × 0.61 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.016 lbs.

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5.00 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
- December 28th, 2020
5 out of 5

Kind of scary looking at first but a very practical and most often used Jack found in a lot of different type Amplifiers. Often refered to as a Stereo Jack or T-R-S (Tip-Ring-Sleeve) type you can quickly convert it to a MONO Jack if needed in a hurry. Just take a small pair of side cutting pliers and cut out the center leg pin that goes in the Printed Circuit Board. Now take a needle file and file what is left sticking up down even with the bottom of the jack so it fits flush on the Printed Circuit Board when you install it. No need to try and remove the Center contacts because they are touching the ground side of your jack plug anyway and add extra stability holding the plug in place. Works great if you need a Mono Jack in a hurry and don't have one.