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MP3-3501
MP3-3501
CONN PLUG MONO 3.5MM 2COND
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ActivePhone PlugMaleMono3.50mm (0.141", 1/8", Mini Plug) - Headphone0.138" (3.50mm)2 Conductors, 2 ContactsDoes Not Contain SwitchFree Hanging (In-Line)SolderUnshieldedStrain Relief-0°C ~ 40°C
MP-3521-WT
MP-3521-WT
AUDIO PLUG, 3.5 MM, STRAIGHT, 2
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637
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1 : $0.48000
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ActivePhone PlugMaleMono3.50mm (0.141", 1/8", Mini Plug) - Headphone0.126" (3.20mm)2 Conductors, 2 ContactsDoes Not Contain SwitchFree Hanging (In-Line)SolderUnshielded-White-25°C ~ 70°C
MP-3521
MP-3521
MONO PLUG, 3.5 MM, STRAIGHT, 2 C
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534
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ActivePhone PlugMaleMono3.50mm (0.141", 1/8", Mini Plug) - Headphone0.126" (3.20mm)2 Conductors, 2 ContactsDoes Not Contain SwitchFree Hanging (In-Line)SolderUnshielded-Black-25°C ~ 70°C
MP-3502
MP-3502
AUDIO PLUG, 3.5 MM, STRAIGHT, 2
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0
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226
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ActivePhone PlugMaleMono3.50mm (0.141", 1/8", Mini Plug) - Headphone0.126" (3.20mm)2 Conductors, 2 ContactsDoes Not Contain SwitchFree Hanging (In-Line)SolderUnshieldedCoverBlack-25°C ~ 70°C
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Audio Connectors


Audio barrel connectors are a style of connector most commonly used for connecting audio equipment such as headphones and small microphones. They are characterized by a cylindrical plug divided into two or more sections along its length and having an indented region near one end that is engaged by a spring loaded contact in a mating jack to provide retention force. Several standard (nominal) sizes are available, the most common being the 1/8" (3.5 mm) format commonly used for audio connections in desktop and mobile devices, and the older 1/4" (6.35 mm) size more commonly found on older or non-portable equipment where durability is of generally greater interest than minimal size.