Usually 1/4 inch. Used with tip and sleeve or tip, ring and sleeve - for carrying electronic signals. The sleeve is used for ground and the tip and ring carry the signals.
The male counterpart to the phone jack.
A plug (or the corresponding mating jack) that is 1/4-inch in diameter and 1-1/4-inches in length used for a wide variety of audio connection applications.
Common name for a 1/4" audio connector. Typically used for line level or speaker level signal interconnection. Can be either two conductor (TS (tip-sleeve)), or three conductor (TRS (tip-ring-sleeve)).
A small, round audio plug used as a speaker connector. Also called 1/4" phone plug.
a plug for connecting a telephone
a jack commonly used as a microphone connector, often with audio amplifiers
Sturdy Â1/4-inch male connector compatible with audio accessories, particularly for insertion of microphone and headphone cables.
Sturdy male connector compatible with audio accessories, particularly for insertion of microphone and headphone cables. Not to be confused with phono plug.
also known as 1/4" jack. Unbalanced connection using a phone-patching cord connector. The most basic connection in audio