phono jack

phono jack

[′phō·nō ‚jak]
(electronics)
A jack designed to accept a phono plug and provide a ground connection for the shield of the conductor connected to the plug.
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Embedded audio output SDI / HDMI 16bit, Sampling; 48HKHz Analog output Phono jack (CH-1, CH-2)
It also incorporates a phono jack, enabling hands-free operation for the user when plugging in a headset.
There is a standard phono jack headphone input and the omnipresent, humongous volume pot.
I hooked them up directly to the mixing console with a pair of RCA to 0.25" phono jack adapters.
As more cars are equipped with in in-dash media players featuring phono jacks for audio inputs, smartphones are also becoming the primary source for audio entertainment.
Gold-plated phono jacks were labeled rec, aux1, aux2, tuner, tape, and CD.
The R-130 back panel has both balanced XLR input connectors and unbalanced input main and loop RCA phono jacks. The loop in and out jacks are designed to replace the tape deck connections on the preamp when the latter are used to connect the R-130 to the system.
The C-131 back panel has XLR style balanced input and output connections as well as unbalanced RCA-type phono jacks. There are main and auxiliary output jacks.
All the phono jacks are the gold-plated, solidly built kind.
Their performance is good and the connectors grip the phono jacks firmly.