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In Reply to: the only exception I know posted by dave789 on February 10, 2017 at 08:34:54:
One of my favorite rca jacks is the Vampire CM2F/CB. It features an unusually high-mass body, so it's very rigid and robust from a vibration control POV.
Notice the deep indentation slot for use as the ground/return wire soldering platform. The space between the ground/return soldering slot and the dielectric placed between the signal contact soldering platform are very close to one another.
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Topic - Why so large loop area in female RCA socket? - dave789 08:29:52 02/10/17 (8)
- Bend it! - madisonears 19:24:14 02/11/17 (0)
- RE: Why so large loop area in female RCA socket? - Jonesy 13:56:39 02/10/17 (1)
- That one really is a problem to solder the ground. actually annoying IMO. nt - 3+4=5 14:38:53 02/10/17 (0)
- RE: Why so large loop area in female RCA socket? - Hornlover 09:19:28 02/10/17 (0)
- the only exception I know - dave789 08:34:54 02/10/17 (3)Follow Ups
- Vampire CM2F/CB - Duster 12:15:31 02/11/17 (0)