Neutrik Jack layout?
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How is the neutrik locking jack setup? If I'm looking at it from behind(part that goes inside the case), where do I plug the wires in?

I see:

Hookup on left
Hookup low in center.
Hookup on right.

How do I hook it up?
 
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Ok guys, is this how it goes?

If I'm looking at it from behind, and the prongs for sort of a "U" |_|, is it:

ground left right From LEFT to RIGHT?
 
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I don't know, but it shouldn't be difficult to find out by putting a dummy headphone plug in and probing around with the meter.
 
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Quote:

ground left right From LEFT to RIGHT?


Correct!

jopi is right. Just get a cheap 3 conductor plug from RS, plug it in and set your MM to check for continuity. Touch one of the solder lugs on the jack and each of the lugs on the plug. When your meter indicates continuity, you know what's what.

Tip - left
Ring (center) - right
Barrel (base) - ground
 
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