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phone connector

(1) For telephone connections, see RJ-11.

(2) Also called a "quarter-inch" or "6.3mm" plug and socket, the phone connector is widely used to connect microphones, headphones and musical instruments to audio equipment. Phone connectors and their mini-phone counterparts are commonly called "audio jacks." See mini-phone connector, RCA connector, A/V ports and plugs and sockets.


Phone Connectors
Stereo plugs are identified by the three divisions in their prong; monaural plugs have only two. Plugs are also identified by TS, TRS and TRRS designations (see tip and ring).
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It features voice output, a built-in message activation area, a built-in head phone jack, and interchangeable memory modules.
survey, consumers without broadband access can still gain wireless connectivity via the 56K v.90 data modem built into the CDP base, rather than needing access to a phone jack. Furthermore, during the 28-month survey period, the rate of broadband Internet use in the United States nearly tripled, resulting in a nine percent average monthly growth rate.
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Last year's initial product, being phased out, requires plugging into the phone jack and wall outlet; the 2002 model will need only a jack.
Instead of searching for a phone jack to access the Internet, merely turning on the computer will do.