RCA Shielded Male Solder Connector - Metal
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RCA Shielded Male Solder Connector - Metal

Part no. 170

Male | Solder Type | Metal

 
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An RCA connector is designed to carry audio or video signals. This shielded connector has an all metal construction to prevent interference. It can be used to make custom length RCA cables or repair existing cables.

Features:

  • RCA plug (male)
  • Fits 12 AWG or smaller cable
  • Solder style
  • Metal housing
  • Shielded
REVIEW SUMMARY for RCA Shielded Male Solder Connector - Metal
 
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    From: phila pa

    12/27/2015    #19930

    PROS: Super fast
    CONS: I couldn’t get it to work
    Note the ground connection is too close when soldering i prefer the switchcraft connectors 3502a series the allow more room to make the connection also the cable clamp is far too small to hold the cable itself the rest of the products are as expected ok for the most part
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Q: What is an RCA connection typically used for?

A: RCA is used for audio and video signals.

Q: Are there different sizes of RCA connections?

A: No, RCA is a standard size that all manufacturers adhere to.

Q: I see RCA connectors described as plugs and jacks. What does this mean?

A: These terms are decided by the gender of the connector. A Plug is a male which has a protruding center pin. A jack will accept a male pin.

Q: What kind of cable should be used with RCA connectors?

A: Speaker cable is commonly used for most RCA connectors. There are specialized connectors which are meant for coaxial cable.


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