1/4 plug,jack sources
jlarryh at iquest.net
Fri Mar 20 00:58:57 CET 1998
I got some from All that were $20 for a hundred. They are stereo with
switches on both ring and tip and are identical to the ones used in the my
DBX patchbay. I have had no problems with these, although they are
designed for PC mounting.
> From: David Lee <mymoog at ix.netcom.com>
> To: Brett Duggan <bduggan at netcom.com>; synth-diy at mailhost.bpa.nl
> Subject: Re: 1/4 plug,jack sources
> Date: Thursday, March 19, 1998 1:49 PM
> If you want to go cheaper try All Electronics. Although they aren't
> switchcrafts I am happy with what I got from them.
> They have the following.
> 1/4 plugs for $.40 [10+]
> 1/4 NC open frame jacks for $.50 [10+]
> As far as the cable, I purchased some locally at $.23 per foot(note: this
> is for unbalanced 1+ shield cords). Someone else may be able to provide a
> lead as to a good source for cable.
> (This place is also selling midi cables at $1.25 for a 6 footer.)
> > From: Brett Duggan <bduggan at netcom.com>
> > To: synth-diy at mailhost.bpa.nl
> > Subject: Re: 1/4 plug,jack sources
> > Date: Thursday, March 19, 1998 12:30 PM
> > In the US, Full Compass (www.fullcompass.com) and Markertek
> > (www.markertek.com) are good places to get Neutrik and Switchcraft 1/4"
> > plugs and jacks at good prices. Full Compass supposedly also carries
> > 1/4" plugs (under the Pro Co name) which cost even less than the
> > aforementioned brands, but are still good quality connectors. It would
> > be a good idea to check prices for connectors at your local pro audio
> > Brett D
> > > Hello all, what have been your best sources for good 1/4 plugs and
> > > for patch cords? Anyone got any spares/surplus lying around that
> > > wouldn't mind parting with? Hows about knobs too?
> > > Thanks for any info,
> > > ~Steve M.
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