[sdiy] 3.5mm panel jacks?
pete.hartman at gmail.com
Mon Apr 29 17:21:46 CEST 2019
Might have been.
I have a project that needs them because they're the only ones I've found
with switched sleeve. Using these:
When I posted about it, a bunch of people piped up to say that they were
But since I need switched ground, they are what they are.
The other downside for refitting, of course, is that they use a larger
diameter bushing that the others do. I don't know what the originals on
the 2600 used though. And in any case, they're really not appropriate for
panel mounting by themselves.
On Mon, Apr 29, 2019 at 10:17 AM Neil Johnson <neil.johnson71 at gmail.com>
> Pete Hartman wrote:
> > I haven't been doing this long enough to have a strong "long term
> quality" opinion about any of these options. I like the Thonkiconns, and
> everyone else seems to as well. The only jacks I've heard bad things about
> are the Clif jacks, but they're a completely different type, very much
> unsuited for panel mounting.
> Was that the old Cliff jacks? They fixed that issue a long time ago.
> Unless I'm mistaken I believe that Paul Schreiber uses them in his
> Eurorack modules.
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