#1
I bough one of these jacks but I can't find anything on-line regarding what gets connected to what.

http://www.music123.com/ProLine-Flush-Mount-Jack-363051-i1170585.Music123

This jack has 3 connectors, all of different sizes. I am sorry if this has been answered before. I tried to use the search bar but I have been up for about 30 hours now and my brain is fuzzy.

I want to know if this will work for my project before I drill my build to fit it.

thanks.
#2
If you have a multimeter, set it to measure ohms or to the little diode symbol and plug in a cable.

put one probe on the tip connection of the cable and put the probe to each jack lug until you read 0 ohms (or close to it) or it beeps (if it's set to the diode/continuity checker).

Do the same with the probe on the sleeve connection of the cable.
#4
Damn... I was hoping for a diagram...

I just bought this same Proline GC111 Flush Mount Jack for use in my 2x12 custom cabinet & can't find a wiring diagram anywhere, nothing in the package, nothing on Proline's website, nothing in any search engine, & I don't have a multimeter

EDIT: FOUND THE INFO, SO JUST IN CASE ANYONE NEEDS IT IN THE FUTURE:
Looking at all 3 connectors, rotate jack so that the shortest connector is on your left hand side (as shown in the pic below).
> Left connector (short) = tip (positive, Stereo Left or signal)
> Middle connector = ring (Stereo Right, battery switching in mono, or not used)
> Right connector (long) = sleeve (ground or negative)



Source:
#1> http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Electronics,_pickups/Components:_Jacks/Flush-mount_Output_Jack.html
#2> http://www.ibanez.com/supportResources/wiring/2007/APEX2.pdf
Last edited by chaosdsm at Feb 13, 2010,
#5
Just wanted to resurrect this thread to say a big thank you to chaosdsm. I'd been trolling the internet for a solution to this problem, and that diagram was exactly what I needed.
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