Author Topic: Can you help me identify the jack on this PCB (from a Carvin 722 Monitor)  (Read 239 times)

bscur

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Hi,
I'm trying to fix a Carvin 722 monitor and I need to replace a jack on the pcb. Can you identify what part I'd need? I can find any Carvin part sites online to replace the whole PCB, so I'm trying to just find out what the jack is and replace it. The pics of the PCB are attached.
Thanks,
Brad
« Last Edit: June 13, 2021, 07:21:53 PM by bscur »

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The one on the far left is just a 1/4" phono jack (Mono or stereo?)

The two in the middle look like male and female microphone jacks.

The one on the right...... ???

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The one on the far left is just a 1/4" phono jack (Mono or stereo?)

The two in the middle look like male and female microphone jacks.

The one on the right...... ???

is a broken 1/4" jack just like the one on the far left.