3 pole XLR female receptacle with 1/4" mono jack without switching contact, solder cups for wire termination
- Combined XLR receptacle and 1/4" phone jack
- Balanced or line inputs in one XLR shell
- Saves rack space by combining 2 connectors in one housing
- Very low conductor capacitance, therefore suitable for digital audio
Many pieces of equipment have two input connectors – a 3 pin XLR, low impedance balanced, often for microphones, and a 2 or 3 pole 6.35mm jack, usually high impedance unbalanced. In almost all cases only one of the inputs is used at a time, so it reduces panel space and costs to combine these into a single connector, also simplifying PCB design.
The I series “combi”, the “XLR with a hole”, are the first XLR/jack hybrid connectors. The jack plug retention is by a separate spring element, and not by the contacts, thus enabling both the XLR and jack contacts to be hard-gold plated. They are available in three versions, each of which is available for solder connection (–S), horizontal (–H) or vertical (–V) PCB applications, and with latch (no suffix) or without latch (–0) suffix. The without-latch type has a spring retention element.
Additional Information / Neutrik NCJ5FI-S
|Connector type||jack 1/4"mono / XLR|
|Area of use||audio, industrial, subwoofers, live sound, acoustic instruments|
|Advanced Features||bronze contact, TR -30°C to +80°C|
|Company name||City||Availability||Shipping Price||Price|