Jack - Cliff, 1/4", Mono, Black Plastic Nut, for Marshall
4 solder terminals, switched. Used in modern Marshall amps. Features:
- Low-noise Ni-Ag® Alloy Self-Cleaning Contacts for superior performance and reliability
- Tough, molded grade 1 black Nylon body.
- Made in the U.K.
- Supplied with a black nylon hexagonal mounting nut
- Designed to receive both mono and stereo ¼" jack plugs
|Withstand Voltage:||2000VDC Min.|
|Temperature Rating:||-10°C ~ +70°C|
|Life (Minimum):||10,000+ Operations|
|Nominal Contact Resistance:||< 50 mΩ|
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1 answers Hi, I am replacing my cabinet speakers,the old jack needs some work (ie desoldering, etc). Will this type jack work in a 4x12 1960b jcm800?
Asked by Anonymous on October 13th, 2016. 1 person subscribed to this question
If you need a mono Marshall style jack, this should work. I would pull one of the jacks out of your cab to make sure it has the same 4 lug pattern.
1 answers Will this work on Marshall MG50?
Asked by Anonymous on April 9th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
It very well could work for your Marshall but we are not 100% sure. The best thing to do is remove the jack in question and do a visual examination to make sure it has the same 4 lug pattern.
1 answers 7200 marshall bass amp input jack will it work?
Asked by Anonymous on May 25th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
It should work but the best thing to do is remove the jack in question and do a visual examination to make sure it has the same 4 lug pattern.
1 answers I noticed that the solderpins are much wider on the replacements.Will they fit in the board without further modifications?
Asked by Anonymous on June 6th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
It is really hard for us to determine if these are going to be compatible with the circuit you are working on. The best thing to do is compare the dimensions in the spec sheet attached above with your jack. If the terminal legs are too big then they may not fit on your board.
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