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Subject: Re: Headphone Jack
Date: 27.09.2013 19:17
From: Darralld <darralld@???>
To: Kaz Kylheku <kaz@???>
I don't need an exact replacement. I'm fine with just wiring it in using
a switchcraft jack. I'm not sure how to wire it though.
The original jack is trashed. The nut & the threaded shaft pretty much
came off in my hand.
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On Sep 27, 2013, at 7:36 PM, Kaz Kylheku <kaz@???> wrote:
> On 20.09.2013 13:04, Darrall Dougherty wrote:
>> Anyone know what part number will work for a replacement?
> Hi Darrall,
> Are you looking to replace it with an exact, PCB-mounted part which
> fits the footprint and is dimensioned right to go through the panel
> Instead of that, probably the easiest thing is to find some Switchcraft
> or Neutrik unit with the right features which fits physically, and
> connect it to the circuit board with hookup wires.
> I'm looking at the Jacks schematic:
> From that it looks like it's just the simplest possible stereo jack,
> with only three terminals.
> What's wrong with the existing one? Maybe it can be revived with some
> cleaning and lubrication, and reflowing of its solder joints?
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