#1
hey all quick question, I'm doing some trouble shooting for a booster I'm working on. I have all the parts, but don't have any mono input jacks, just stereo.

There is a correct way to still use them right?

What I have wired up now on the input, is the tip carrying the signal going to the board and then the other two running to ground. Vice versa on the ouput.

Is that right? I can't find a diagram anywhere as far as this goes.
#2
Quote by scguitarking927
hey all quick question, I'm doing some trouble shooting for a booster I'm working on. I have all the parts, but don't have any mono input jacks, just stereo.

There is a correct way to still use them right?

What I have wired up now on the input, is the tip carrying the signal going to the board and then the other two running to ground. Vice versa on the ouput.

Is that right? I can't find a diagram anywhere as far as this goes.


The input side sounds correct. Tip is hot and the ring and return are ground.

It's not vice versa on the output. It's still the same arrangement. Tip is hot and the ring and return are ground.
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