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1/8" Stereo In-Line Audio Jack

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Stereo Inline

 | Catalog #: 274-274
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  • Easy to put together housing
  • Standard 1/4" 2-conductor (mono)audio jack
  • Solder-type terminals
  • Pack of 2

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Product Summary

Stretch your cords.

Make extension cords for computer headphones, microphones, guitars and various amplified musical instruments with this 3-conductor (stereo) 1/8" inline phone jack. Black screw-on housing, strain relief and solder-type terminals.

  • Package of 2
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  • 1/8" 3-Conductor in line jack (2)
 

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  • Parts: 90 days
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RadioShack1/8"" Stereo In-Line Audio Jack
 
2.7

(based on 6 reviews)

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        4.0

        TRRS headset may not work

        By Ron

        from Haverstraw, NY

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            Comments about RadioShack 1/8"" Stereo In-Line Audio Jack:

            When I wired a 1/8" TRS plug to this Jack, my TRRS headset did not work (no sound) when I plugged the plug into my Coby cassette walkman and connected the headset to this Jack from Radio Shack. It seems that the sleeve is connected but not a second ring connection extension for ground in the Jack. On an identical looking TRS jack from Radio Shack, it acts as though the second ring extension (you have to imagine this) is shorted to the sleeve and enabling operation of the TRRS headset. A regular TRS headset will work with either versions of the Jack. I will buy a pair of the Jacks today at Radio Shack but don't know what type I will get. I recommend plugging in a TRRS plug and checking the continuity to see if a second ring is acting as if it is in existence and is shorted to the sleeve or does not exist in the jack by showing no continuity. Normally, a TRS plug will short the second ring (ground) of the TRRS jack to the sleeve when joined because the second ring and the sleeve are as one on the plug.

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            • Personal
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            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            Poor Product

            By Stash

            from Virginia Beach

            About Me Casual User

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

              Cons

              • Inconsistent Signal
              • Wears Easily

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                Comments about RadioShack 1/8"" Stereo In-Line Audio Jack:

                Soldering connections renders product useless. As previously reviewed, product fit was fine before soldering connections, but plastic/wax insert deforms when connections are soldered. Plug then will not firmly fit into socket, rendering the fitting ineffective. Waste of time and money.

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                (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                2.0

                Does the job, but...

                By Mark

                from CT

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                      Comments about RadioShack 1/8"" Stereo In-Line Audio Jack:

                      Does the job, but this plastic version is very cheaply constructed compared to the metal version THAT THEY DISCONTINUED!!! Who's moronic idea was that? Just ANOTHER great product that Radio Shack discontinued! Typical!

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                      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      3.0

                      Don't overheat when soldering.

                      By BYOB

                      from Orange Cty, NY

                      About Me Power User

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                      • Versatile

                      Cons

                      • Wears Easily

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                        Comments about RadioShack 1/8"" Stereo In-Line Audio Jack:

                        Spring/contacts weaken when soldered. Pretty tight connection before soldering (test fitting), but became weak/loose when I was done. Second time around I encountered the same issue.

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                        • Personal

                        (54 of 55 customers found this review helpful)

                         
                        5.0

                        If you know what to do....

                        By Phrasz

                        from ND

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                        Pros

                        • Consistent Performance

                        Cons

                        • No Diagram

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                        Comments about RadioShack 1/8"" Stereo In-Line Audio Jack:

                        So I wanted to make a simple 3/32" to 1/8" Adapter for headsets. After a bit of messing around I decided to buy this.

                        There is no wiring diagram: HUGE ISSUE for the novice user.
                        It's not hard to fix, however, if you bust out that DMM lying around and check continuity (when you plug in some sort of 1/8 male plug. I used an output m-to-m from my ipod).

                        THEN, if you know anything about TRS connectors it's a rather simple hookup to your project. I could see potential issues if you are trying to have a specific setup (left/right audio channels), but there's always a work around.

                        In my case I only wanted mono output, but I had stereo inputs(didn't know which channel output). So it was a simple matter of tying the left/right together and knowing which was common.

                        Great quality of manufacture, and it looks ALOT better than anything I could have created.


                        P.S.- The attached picture should alleviate many users issues.

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                        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                         
                        1.0

                        NO GOOD WHEN USED WITH 1/8" STEREO JACK

                        By DESERTVISTA

                        from ARIZONA

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                        Pros

                          Cons

                          • Inconsistent Signal
                          • NO THROUGH CONNECTION

                          Best Uses

                            Comments about RadioShack 1/8"" Stereo In-Line Audio Jack:

                            THOUGHT MY MIC WAS BAD, BUT TURNED OUT TO BE THE TIP ON THE STEREO JACK WAS NOT CONNECTING TO TIP ON THE PLUG...

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