G&H Right Angle 1/4" Plug, all Gold
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1/4” Gold Plated Right Angle Plug with Gold Housing
The first 1/2” profile right angle plug. Like the BF2P series the RF2P delivers a clean tone in a roadworthy package that spares you the embarrassment, time, and cost of having to make repairs to your audio system at an inopportune time due to plug failure. That's lasting value.
It starts with an OFC copper core for maximum conductivity. Another advantage of the copper is that if the plug is bent the copper will stretch and not break. You can straighten it, play on and replace it later. The hot solder tab is press fit and riveted for double reliability. The ground is staked to the plug sleeve so that it can never loosen and cause crackling.
• OFC copper core for highest conductivity
• Gold plated plug for maximum connection reliability
• 1/2” profile file for highest packing density
• Tin plated solder tabs for ease of soldering
• Interlocked connections to prevent loosening
• Solid brass housing protects the plug
• Separately crimped ground won't loosen
• No small screws to lose
• Plug opens up for easy soldering
The Original GH Bigfoot 1/4 Plugs - 2 Conductor
The original Bigfoot Series Standard 1/4" Connector plugs will spare you the embarrassment, time and cost of having to make repairs to your audio system at an inopportune time (or any time) due to plug failure. That translates into lasting value. You can be assured of may years of fail-safe operation. Standard 1/4 Connectors are available in 2 and 3 conductor versions, has an inner assembly that is press fit and staked into place before assembly, ensuring mechanical and electrical integrity for years. These plugs use nylon insulators that are moldable, consistent, and more dimensionally stable, as well as a filleted area between the shaft and nut portions of the sleeve, so stress is distributed over a larger area of the assembly. Our plugs have a copper tip/conductor that not only provides the maximum in conductivity, but also is stretchable and can be bent back into its original shape, with NO loss of performance.