Deluxe 3.5mm Stereo Female Solder Connector - Metal

Part no. 1027

Solder Type | Female | Stereo | Metal

(3 reviews)
Quantity Discount Pricing
1-4 5-9 10-49 50-99 100+
$2.07 $1.79 $1.70 $1.61 $1.52
Quantity Discount Pricing
1 - 4 5 - 9 10 - 49 50 - 99 100+
$2.07 $1.79 $1.70 $1.61 $1.52

This 3.5mm TRS female stereo solder connector is typically used for analog signals such as audio. This connector can be used to repair 3.5mm jacks and many other devices that use a stereo connection. This connector is built with an all metal design and a titanium finish.


  • 3.5mm stereo (1/8") female connector
  • Solder type
  • Metal handle with strain relief
  • Durable
  • Titanium finish

Features & Specs
Form factor The form factor of this connector? Straight
Style The style of this connector? Solder
Gender The gender of this connector? Female
Conductor Material The material the conductor is made from? Titanium Plated Brass
Housing Material The material this body is made from? Metal
REVIEW SUMMARY for Deluxe 3.5mm Stereo Female Solder Connector - Metal
2.7 (based on 3 reviews)
  • Not impressed.

    Reviewed by:

    From: Sault Ste Marie, MI

    10/19/2015    #19079

    PROS: Faster than I expected
    CONS: I couldn’t get it to work
    The outer housing seem's solid enough. The issue I had is wen I applied heat to solder wires to it, it couldn't handle it. The internal plastic melted enough so that when I connected it to the male end, it would not stay seated in place. Very annoying since I only had one for the job. I ended up taping it together so they could use it.
  • was not the quality I expected

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    8/21/2015    #18077

    PROS: The product gets the job done; On time
    CONS: None specified
    Ordered 3 of these for a project. the first female connector I tried wouldn't keep the male end pulled in tight. Male end kept falling out just enough to lose signal. So I cut the first female end connector off and tried another one. This time it worked as expected. Not as "Deluxe" as I had hoped. I ordered 3 male and 3 female. when connected all 3 sets seems to not quite connect exactly inline. Meaning there is a slight bend at the connection point. If you spin the ends while connected you can see the interface point doesnt match up evenly. (Like inside the female connector isnt holding the male end straight)
  • An amazingly well built 3.5mm jack!

    Reviewed by:

    From: Tulsa, OK

    1/25/2013    #874

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    This is a very well built connector. The only downfall is the small diameter strain relief, but I completely removed it and used two lengths of heat-shrink instead. I had one out of 40 get hot enough while soldering that one contact loosened up and bent back inside when inserting the first 3.5mm plug. No complaints. It gets the job done very well.

Q: I'm unsure what connector I need, can you help?

A: Please click on the resource tab to see a pictoral graph. This should help identify the correct connector.

Q: How do I split the signal from an audio jack on a computer, phone, iPod or MP3?

A: To split the signal you would use a 3.5mm Stereo Splitter


Plug: Male Connector

Jack: Female connector

TS: Mono (Tip, Sleeve)

TRS: Stereo (Tip, Ring, Sleeve)

TRRS: 4 conductor (Tip, Ring, Ring, Sleeve)

Audio Connector Guide
Connector Type
Explanation and Uses
TS ( Mono) Plug (Male)
3.5mm TS Plug
This is a TS or mono plug, (note the single stripe on the connector)
This provides single channel analog audio.
TRS (Stereo) Plug (Male)
USB A Female
This is a TRS or stereo plug (note the two stripes on the connector)
This provides a stereo or 2 channel analog audio.
Commonly found on headphones
TRRS Plug (Male)
4 Conductor
3.5mm TRRS Plug
This is a TRRS 4 conductor plug (note the 3 stripes on the connector)
This can provide 2 channel audio plus a microhone. Also capable of 2 channel audio and a video feed.
This is commonly found on iPhone headsets and portable DVD players.

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