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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 42. Chapters: SCART, RCA connector, TRS connector, Serial digital interface, D-subminiature, Mini-DIN connector, Audio and video interfaces and connectors, XLR connector, Balanced audio, PDMI, Audio and video connector, Video In Video Out, Speakon connector, Amiga video connector, Speaker terminal, AV.link, AV input, L.R.V. video, XLD connector, Patch point, Multimedia Extension Connector. Excerpt: A TRS connector (tip, ring, sleeve) also called an audio jack, phone jack, phone plug, jack plug, stereo plug, mini-jack, mini-stereo, or headphone jack, is a common analog audio connector. It is cylindrical in shape, typically with three contacts, although sometimes with two (a TS connector) or four (a TRRS connector). The TRS connector was invented for use in telephone switchboards in the 20th century and is still widely used, both in its original ¼″ (exactly 6.35 mm) size and in miniaturized versions: 3.5 mm (approx. ⅛″) and 2.5 mm (approx. 3/32″). The connector's name is an initialism derived from the names of three conducting parts of the plug: Tip, Ring, and Sleeve - hence, TRS. In the UK, the terms jack plug and jack socket are commonly used for the respectively male and female TRS connectors. In the U.S., a stationary (more fixed) connector is called a jack. The terms phone plug and phone jack are sometimes used to refer to TRS connectors, but are also sometimes used colloquially to refer to RJ11 and older telephone plugs and the corresponding jacks that connect wired telephones to wall outlets (the similar terms phono plug and phono jack refer to RCA connectors though both plug types are used in tandem when a computer or MP3 player connects to a stereo). In conversation, the diameter is often added to specify which size: quarter-inch phone plug or 3.5 mm phone jack for the unbalanced two-channel three-contact version, and bala...
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