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- Manufacturer reference: P35S
- ASIN: B0059WBOAE
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 3 July 2011
- Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
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Pailiccs 3.5mm Stereo Jack Plug Audio Cable Connector Terminal
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- Pailiccs 3.5mm Cable Terminal
- Audio Right, Audio Left and Ground gold plated contact points
- Solders easily onto cable end
- Ergonomic metal case aids durability and function
- Maximum cable thickness: 6mm
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Top Customer Reviews
If you want to use this to repair your earphones then it the best you can get.
Also you do is identify you right earphone(Red on in my cases) and solder it to the smallest square/circle (has both but i found it worked on the larger sections on the back of image 2.
Then the left earphone(green nomrally) and solder it to the middle square.
Then if you a 3rd and 4th wire they are twisted together and soldered the gold bit below the black section.
Sounds great I will upload a picture and mark solder points A B and C. A and B being the earphones and C being earth
The cable end of this connector has a very wide opening so, unless your cable is rather fat, I think it could easily be prone to damage in use....not that I got that far.
I recommend to add a manual.
Works very good but a little expensive
I had to repair my Logitech 5.1 sound system and with this jack it saved me a lot of money.
Just note that you need to have some soldering skills (use a desoldering pump in case it goes wrong).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Looks good quality but as others have said, no wiring diagram and also I found it very tricky to solder onto a circular point on the connector.Published 11 months ago by PJD
This plug has big hole for cable, there is nothing which can fix the cable so it could be easily pulled out and break internal soldering.Published 13 months ago by Patrik Lenart