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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There is a standard phono jack headphone input and the omnipresent, humongous volume pot.
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 C-131 back panel has XLR style balanced input and output connections as well as unbalanced RCA-type phono jacks.
The front panel of the CDJ 7002 has controls for audio CDs and a stereo headphone jack; the rear panel has RCA type phono jacks.
All the phono jacks are the gold-plated, solidly built kind.
Their performance is good and the connectors grip the phono jacks firmly.
To accommodate video playback, the player provides a composite video output (NTSC and PAL) through RCA phono jacks.