Audio Plug Identifier

 

Text Box: 13
Text Box: 12
Text Box: 11
Text Box: 10
Text Box: 9

1= RCA male plug on cable.

 

2= TS (Tip-Sleeve) or 1/4” (6mm) mono male plug on cable.

 

3= Older “Amphenol” microphone jack. Plated brass ring screws onto chassis mount threaded male assembly. Used on many vintage microphones.

 

4= TRS (Tip-Ring-Sleeve) or 1/4” (6mm) stereo male plug on cable.

 

5= XLR-3 female cable connector.

 

6= XLR=3 male cable connector.

 

7= Adapter: TS (Tip-Sleeve) or 1/4” (6mm) mono male plug to RCA female jack.

 

8= Adapter: mini TRS (Tip-Ring-Sleeve) or 1/8” (3.5mm) male plug to TRS (Tip-Ring-Sleeve) 1/4” (6mm) stereo female jack.

 

9= Mini TS (Tip-Sleeve) or 1/8” (3.5mm) mono male plug.

 

10= TRS (Tip-Ring-Sleeve) or 1/4’ (6mm) stereo male plug.

 

11= Convertor/Adapter for microphones. XLR-3 male plug to TS (Tip-Sleeve) or 1/4” (6mm) mono plug. It contains an internal set-up transformer for balanced mic/pickup to high-impedance, unbalanced output.

 

12= Convertor/Adapter for microphones. XLR-3 female connector to TS (Tip-Sleeve) or 1/4” (6mm) mono male plug. It contains an internal set-up transformer for balanced mic, low impedance, to unbalanced, high-impedance output. It is used for adapting a Pro balanced, low-impedance mic to an amplifier.

 

13=Adapter cable with a TS (Tip-Sleeve) or 1/4” (6mm) mono male plug on one end to a mini, TS (Tip-Sleeve), 1/8” (3.5mm) mono male plug on the other end. This cable can be used to connect the HC Four Line-Out to a computer sound card input-Line-In connector only.