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jack plug

The British term for the plug at the end of a cable. See jack.
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The newcomer is also available with a reversing camera and parking sensors, together with equipment such as an RD4 MP3 audio system, Connecting Box (Bluetooth hands-free kit, jack plug and USB socket), eMyWay navigation and a powerful HiFi System.
The duo weren't able to add another podium on Sunday, dropping down the order midway through after Pugh caught the jack plug after hitting a big wave.
Standard equipment is also impressive, with the entry-level TS model listing powered mirrors, reach and rake adjustable steering, air conditioning, safety features including stability and traction control and anti-lock brakes with brake assist plus four-speaker hi-fi with an auxiliary jack plug for MP3 players.
This instrument also has an easy fit Jack plug socket for the sensor, a timed delay to turn off the display and a large and clear one decimal point readout.
"But if she suffers a fit the jack plug can come out of the socket making the sound come out of the speakers rather than the headphones," he said.
He said: "I got through to a Talk Talk call centre and a man suggested I unscrewmy telephone jack plug but it didn't help.
connects to any MP3 player with 3.5mm jack plug' connects to PC via USB' requires 4 x AA batteries, pounds 24.99, Next (0845 600 7000, www.next.co.uk)