Neutrik NP2X 1/4" Jack Plug
The heavy duty professional phone plug series improves on the design of the existing C series by offering the thinnest available A-gauge 1/4" plug with unique Neutrik chuck type strain relief on the market.
The slimline shell with a width of 14.5 mm meets the most recent requirements for highest density jackfields (15.88mm jack pitch). The precise machined one-piece tip contact without rivets makes it unique and avoids hook up in a socket or break off the tip. The Plug X Series serves all applications such as guitar applications, audio cables, snakes, speakers, amplifiers and mixing desks.
1/4" jack professional phone plug, 2 pole, nickel contacts, nickel shell
Features & Benefits
- Extra slim 1/4" plug for highest packing density
- Robust diecast shell in stylish design
- Improved chuck type strain relief for reliable cable retention
- Sleek design for best handling convenience
- Precision machined one-piece contacts - avoid hook up of tip contact
- 1x Genuine NP2X connector
Best 1/4" Mono Jack on the Market IMOBy: Eric Lawson on 21 December 2016A dream to solder and assemble, even with heavier cables. Slimline - ideal for Mixing Desks where a stack of these are in close proximity. Excellent grip on the cable sheath, even for those who insist on pulling out the plug by the cable. Guitar players will love these too. Neutrik has made another fantastic update!
By: Mr. James Driver on 7 July 2015Made my first cable with these connectors. The solder flowed nicely for me and everything went together very easily. There's not a lot of room between the soldering points for tip and sleeve, so be careful about stray strands and test your cable for continuities before plugging it in to amps etc. I made a dual cable to connect my electric piano into a small mixer. These jacks are quite large. For My purpose, the 90 degree connectors might have been a better choice at the mixer end.
By: Nathan Richards on 7 November 2014Jack for making instrument cable, there is little more to say about it than that. The straight jacks are a bit easier to solder with that the 90 degree jacks.