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Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by John, Apr 23, 2009.

  1. John

    John Guest

    I need to get line RCA sockets (female) in reg, green, and blue colours.
    Jaycar and DS only do black and red.
    Anyone suggest anywhere else that might supply them?
     
  2. Don McKenzie

    Don McKenzie Guest

    you will find some ready made RGB cables at:
    http://www.dealextreme.com/search.dx/search.component cable~r.58384759
    for as low as $2.35USD inc shipping.

    don't know it they will strip down readily, to enable you to use them on
    new wiring, but at that price, if you can't find others, it may be worth
    a try.

    Cheers Don...


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  3. Mr.T

    Mr.T Guest

    The only sockets I see there are fully moulded, so I doubt it.

    An easier solution might be Red, Green and Blue heatshrink IMO.

    MrT.
     
  4. John

    John Guest

    Definitely a thought.
     
  5. Are you looking for "in-line" or panel mounted?
    Gold plated or nickel plated?
    If "in-line" types, metal or plastic covered? How about cable entry size?
    Your description is a bit vague. More info would be helpful in directing
    you to a supplier.

    Cheers,
    Alan
     
  6. John

    John Guest

    I'm looking for in-line.
    Otherwise, plastic is fine, cheaper is better, so nickel plated.
     
  7. Ross Herbert

    Ross Herbert Guest

    :
    ::>
    :> :>>
    :>> I need to get line RCA sockets (female) in reg, green, and blue colours.
    :>> Jaycar and DS only do black and red.
    :>> Anyone suggest anywhere else that might supply them?
    :>>
    :> Are you looking for "in-line" or panel mounted?
    :> Gold plated or nickel plated?
    :> If "in-line" types, metal or plastic covered? How about cable entry size?
    :> Your description is a bit vague. More info would be helpful in directing
    :> you to a supplier.
    :>
    :
    :I'm looking for in-line.
    :Otherwise, plastic is fine, cheaper is better, so nickel plated.
    :


    There isn't a great demand for individual in-line rca phono sockets,
    particularly in Australia. Amphenol produce a low cost (relative) range
    ACJx-)colour)as shown on their website
    http://www.amphenolaudio.com/Amphenol_RCA.html but trying to find somebody who
    stocks them will be difficult I think.
     
  8. John

    John Guest


    So I'm finding out. I might have to make do with coloured heatshrink and
    just use black ones.
     
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