Cables

  1. 3.5mm Metal Mono Plug - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our 3.5mm mono connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a single channel audio cable. A mono connector can be identified by the single black plastic band near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. This connector contains an all metal plug and soldering points. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a mono connector, our cable will need one center conductor and a shield. Unscrew the strain relief and slide it onto the audio cable. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield together. Strip the jacket around the center conductor. Tin the center conductor and shield

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  2. 3.5mm Neutrik Right Angle Stereo Connector - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our right angle 3.5mm stereo connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a dual channel audio cable. A stereo connector can be identified by the two black plastic bands near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. This connector contains an all metal plug and soldering points and is angled 90 degrees for a low profile, compact solution. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a stereo connector, our cable will need two center conductors and a shield. Unscrew the strain relief and slide it onto the audio cable. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield together. Strip

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  3. 3.5mm Metal Stereo Plug - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our 3.5mm stereo connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a dual channel audio cable. A stereo connector can be identified by the two black plastic bands near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. This connector contains an all metal plug and soldering points. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a stereo connector, our cable will need two center conductors and a shield. Unscrew the strain relief and slide it onto the audio cable. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield together. Strip the jacket around the center conductor. Tin the center conductor and

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  4. 3.5mm Plastic TRRS Jack - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our 3.5mm TRRS connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a three channel audio cable. A TRRS connector can be identified by three black plastic bands near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. This connector contains an all metal plug and soldering points. The plastic shell and strain relief protect the solder points on the connector. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a TRRS connector, our cable will need three center conductors and a shield. Unscrew the strain relief and slide it onto the audio cable. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield together. Strip

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  5. 3.5mm Canare Stereo Connector - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our Canare 3.5mm stereo connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a dual channel audio cable. A stereo connector can be identified by the two black plastic bands near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. The connectors are made with a sturdy, brass finish for high quality appearance and durability and contains an all metal plug and soldering points. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a stereo connector, our cable will need two center conductors and a shield. Unscrew the strain relief and slide it onto the audio cable. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield

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  6. 3.5mm Plastic Mono Jack - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our 3.5mm mono connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a single channel audio cable. A mono connector can be identified by the single black plastic band near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. This connector contains an all metal plug and soldering points. The plastic shell and strain relief protect the solder points on the connector. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a mono connector, our cable will need one center conductor and a shield. Unscrew the strain relief and slide it onto the audio cable. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield together.

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  7. 3.5mm Metal Panel Mount Stereo Connector - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our 3.5mm panel mount stereo connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a dual channel audio cable. A stereo connector can be identified by the two black plastic bands near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. This connector contains an all metal plug and soldering points as well as a threaded nut to lock your connector into place. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a stereo connector, our cable will need two conductors and a shield. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield together. Strip the jacket around the center conductor. Tin the center conductor and

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  8. 3.5mm Right Angle TRRS Plug - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our 3.5mm TRRS connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a three channel audio cable. A TRRS connector can be identified by three black plastic bands near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. This connector is angled for a low profile, compact solution and contains an all metal plug and soldering points. The plastic shell and strain relief protect the solder points on the connector. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a TRRS connector, our cable will need three center conductors and a shield. Unscrew the strain relief and slide it onto the audio cable. Using a cable stripper, strip back

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  9. 3.5mm Metal Mono Jack - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our 3.5mm mono connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a single channel audio cable. A mono connector can be identified by the single black plastic band near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. This connector contains an all metal plug and soldering points. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a mono connector, our cable will need one center conductor and a shield. Unscrew the strain relief and slide it onto the audio cable. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield together. Strip the jacket around the center conductor. Tin the center conductor and shield

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  10. 3.5mm Panel Mount TRRS Connector - DIY Project to Repair Your Audio Cable

    Do you have a DIY project or repair that you need to make? Our 3.5mm TRRS panel mount connector will provide an inexpensive solution for creating a three channel audio cable. A TRRS connector can be identified by the three black plastic bands near the tip of the cable. 3.5mm refers to the diameter of the plug. It is the most common size plug for small electronic devices such as headphones. This connector contains an all metal plug and soldering points as well as a threaded nut to lock your connector into place. To install the connector, you will need: A soldering iron, solder, a wire stripper and cable. Since this is a TRRS connector, our cable will need three conductors and a shield. Using a cable stripper, strip back the cable jacket. Twist the shield together. Strip the jacket around the center conductor. Tin the center conductor and

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