MCM Electronics

Keystone Mount 3.5mm Connector By MCM Custom Audio (50-7753)

4 stars 3 reviews
$6.19 
MSRP: $12.95
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This keystone insert features a standard 3.5mm three-conductor female jack which may be used in two or three conductor applications. It is ideal any time a 3.5mm connector is needed at a wall plate. Rear mounted IDC connector allows simple, fast connection to unterminated Cat5 cable, or any 22~24AWG solid or stranded, UTP or shielded wire. Maximum voltage: 24VAC/DC, 1A.
Applications:

  • Remote location of headphone jacks
  • Remote microphone connections
  • Remote input from PC sound card, MP3 player or iPod™
  • IR repeater connection
  • Remote triggering of A/V components
  • Low voltage DC connection
  • Sold individually

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    Part Numbers
    MCM Part #:50-7753
    MCM Custom Audio Part #:50-7753
    Package Specifications & Dimensions
    Weight:0.02 lbs.
    Hazardous:No
    Warranty:365 days
    Need to Return?
    Length:7.75 in.
    Width:5.25 in.
    Height:1 in.
    Shipping Information
    Extra Shipping Charge:No
    Drop Ship:No
    Catalog Pages
    Catalog/Page:
    MCM Cat 57, Page 302
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    Product Reviews Top

    • by jonathano15

      on 12/11/2010

      Good value for moving audio a long distance

      Overall: 4.5 out of 5
      Value:
      Quality:

      IDC fittings so you do not need a 110 punch down tool, just fit the unstripped wires into the fitting and snap it closed - very quick. I use them to distribute audio all around the house. They fit just fine into keystone blanks.

    • by erloxx

      on 1/29/2010

      Functionality vs. price

      Overall: 3 out of 5
      Value:
      Quality:

      Works great with CAT 5, but use more than 2 feet of the wire because there is a limitation to how short the cat 5 can be. It could be a little bit easier to install the wiring on by allowing use of a punch down tool. It can however, be mounted in a metal blank where necessary, as long as the metal is thin by removing the nut and drilling the proper sized hole in the blank to mount it. Looks better too. A little expensive for what it is, but it provides a quick easy fix.

    • by jbushman

      on 11/23/2007

      Works as advertised

      Overall: 3.5 out of 5
      Value:
      Quality:

      I tested these with a 2' piece of Cat5 running stereo audio from the headphone out on my receiver to a pair of headphones. There was a little static, but that was solved by pressing a little harder on the 110 terminations. I would prefer if these had a connector that would accommodate a 110 punch down tool. They do not fit perfectly in a Leviton Quickport plate, but they do snap in.

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