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Jack - Cliff, ¼", solder lugs, switched

Pictured: Mono
Pictured: Mono
Pictured: Mono
Pictured: Mono
Pictured: Mono
Pictured: Mono
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SKU: S-H902-X
Item ID: 005157
Starting at: $1.95
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Solder terminals, switched. Used in modern Marshall amps.

For white version, see S-H951-X

Features:

  • Low-noise Ni-Ag® Alloy Self-Cleaning Contacts for superior performance and reliability
  • Tough, molded grade 1 black Nylon body.
  • Made in the U.K.
  • Supplied with a black nylon hexagonal mounting nut
  • Designed to receive both mono and stereo ¼" jack plugs
Withstand Voltage: 2000VDC Min.
Maximum Current: 5A
Temperature Rating: -10°C ~ +70°C
Life (Minimum): 10,000+ Operations
Nominal Contact Resistance: < 50 mΩ
Part Numbers
ChannelOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
MonoS-H902609722143431
StereoS-H905609722143493

RoHS Compliant

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Product Reviews

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5.00 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
5
5 out of 5

Nice, simple jack

- April 11th, 2015
5
5 out of 5

I like these a lot. They are easy to install and my cable fits secure with ease. I originally wanted the metal nut style cliff jacks, I mean they look cool and they are authentic, but not for me, frankly I think they are over rated. I have several reasons for going with the plastic after my experience with the metal ones. I wouldn't have thought that, but that's how it worked out for me. As far as keeping my JMP original I do. I wouldn't alter anything I couldn't put back, but plugging in your guitar cable is not like changing specs on the circuit or doing some weird mod. I don't think Vintage Marshalls need mods, they need turned up and if you have the right stuff hitting the front end of your amp you will be glad it's all original.

- January 3rd, 2015
5
5 out of 5

I wish they made these in the same style as the metal nut jacks. I only buy these when I am making stereo cabs. They work, but the metal nuts have a much cleaner, and less cheap finish.

- December 30th, 2014

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