Neutrik NP3X 1/4" TRS Jack Connector
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.
3 pole right-angle 1/4" professional phone plug, nickel contacts, nickel shell
Features & Benefits
- All metal housing eliminates the plastic cover of the predecessor NP*RCS and improves further durability and EMI protection
- 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 NP3RX connector
Neutrik NP3X 1/4By: Jeffrey Hall on 8 August 2015I recently installed a Prism Lyra described as the ultimate professional compact audio interface for use with computer audio in/out. To keep this industry standard unit as compact as possible Prism use some 6 TRS out sockets by Neutrik and correspondingly recomment that users stick to Neutrik TRS jacks as there are no rivetts or unnecessary surface-to-surface contacts to detract from this superlative AD/DA converter. As Prism sets the industry standard they certainly know what they're talking about. I'm 100% happy with Neutrik products - jacks & XLR of which I use many.
By: Mr. Phil Coster on 27 June 2014Best TRS connectors I've ever used in over 1000+ gigs. I've been in the live music industry since 1987 and have since done over 1000 live gigs. The industry standard TRS connectors are these one. I've never had any that let me down. The gig MUST go on! And I can always rely on the Neutrik connectors
By: Terry Lasam on 29 March 2013I bought a Neutrik TRS connector. Everything was perfect: the shipping, the packaging, but the one thing that was wrong was that my bulk cable was too thick to get into the hole of the jack connector.