One caveat-make sure you get the connectors that have a metal shell if
you are using them for the mic input (There was a version made that used
a plastic shell as well).
Solder a short lead from the shell to the ground pin. This will help
keep down any extraneous noise. Same applies to the output connector if
you are amplifying it down-chain.
Scott D. Smith
Chicago Audio Works, Inc.
Angie Dickinson Mickle wrote:
> I think you are thinking of Amphenol connectors. As Bob has already
> pointed out, the connectors on Webster-Chicago equipment are Jones
> connectors. To be more precise they are Cinch Jones connectors.
> And JERRY,low and behold, I'm looking at them on page 1000 of the
> Mouser online catalog!
> The output connectors are type 302
> parts number 538-13021 (plug) and 538-23021 (socket)
> Mic connectors are type 303
> parts number 538-13031 (plug) and 538-23031 (socket)
> So much for my years of searching. There it is under my nose.
> Angie Dickinson Mickle
> Avocado Productions
> Arvada, CO