# Jack Plate - 2-Hole, Metal, 3.5" x 5.13", Black

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 SKU: P-H191-B Item ID: 009474
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Generic, 2 hole jack plate with a smooth black finish or with a zinc chrome finish. Perfect for use as a jack plate on speaker cabinets. The jack mounting holes have a diameter of 0.43" and fit Cliff jacks with external threads perfectly (see S-H902). Center-To-Center mounting hole measurements are as follows:

• Horizontal- 3-9/16”
• Vertical- 2-15/16”

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UPC/EAN: 609722153751

RoHS Compliant

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## Product Reviews

4.8
4.80 out of 5 based on 5 reviews
5
5 out of 5

Stronger than I'd thought it would be, which made me very happy. Easy to install, ideal size and works like a charm. What else can you ask for?

- October 12th, 2015
4
4 out of 5

I just reviewed this but forgo to mention that the only reason why I give this 4 stars is because the UK Cliff jacks I use never fit. I always have to use a step bit to clean out the hole just a little bit to make them fit.

- December 30th, 2014
5
5 out of 5

I like using these jack plates whenever I am building a simple extension cab. They are durable and my powder coating guy was impressed with the finish.
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I just reviewed this but forgo to mention that the only reason why I give this 4 stars is because the UK Cliff jacks I use never fit. I always have to use a step bit to clean out the hole just a little bit to make them fit.

- December 30th, 2014
5
5 out of 5

This is perfect! Clean, high quality, no sharp edges, nice black paint. Recommend purchase, fast order fulfillment and delivery!

- November 10th, 2014
5
5 out of 5

Used this to wire up a couple shorting jacks in a 2x12 speaker cab so that I can plug in 1 amp to use both speakers in parallel, or an amp into each of the jacks to go to a speaker each.

- October 26th, 2014