An unbalanced audio connector used for connecting line-level equipment together (eg CD player, tape recorder). Unsuitable for professional use due to lack of durability. Also known as RCA Connector.
A common plug used to connect audio between different pieces of equipment. Also called an RCA plug.
See RCA phono plug.
Commonly called an RCA plug. A popular audio plug found on stereo audio cables featuring a center pin connector and outer shell connector. Mates with panel mounted female jacks like those found on the rear of most home stereo equipment.
Widely used for audio and video connections. Separate phono plugs are used for composite video, left channel audio, right channel audio, and mono audio. Coloured Red, White, Yellow and Black. Yellow is always video, Red usually right audio and white or black is left audio.
Another name for an RCA audio connector. see RCA plug (or jack)
A hi-fi connector developed by RCA and used extensively on semi-pro recording equipment.
A plug most often used with line level audio signals. Also known as an RCA plug.
Same as an RCA-type plug.
A type of connector used on some sound equipment, usually domestic HiFi or video gear.
Phono Plug: The connector most often used when connecting the audio and video signal from VCR's to lcd video projectors. Commonly known as RCA plugs and colour coded: yellow for video, white for left audio, and red for right audio.
Also called "RCA" or "RCA phono," popular cable connector for home audio as well as video components. Standard connection for direct audio/video inputs/outputs. Not to be confused with phone plug.
"Pin Plug" is a HI-FI connector developed by RCA (also called "RCA Plug") commonly found as line outputs on consumer stereo equipment. Not used much in pro audio except for tape outputs or inputs.