Pure Tone - Multi-Contact 1/4" STEREO output jack socket

£5.41

About
Pure Tone's alternative is a fairly new product to the market, and is quickly gaining popularity in the guitar world for it's high quality construction and improved design. A little more expensive than the Switchcraft unit equivalent, but not by much and certainly not without reason. It features 4 points of contact for the jack lead, which provides a much more firmer 'seat' once the jack lead is plugged in. This to me, improves reliability over other jacks on the market. Worth the extra couple of quid? I think so, which is why it has joined the Home of Tone roster and is now an option on the entire harness range offered too! I think the possibility of hearing a tonal difference is a difficult one to judge, unless you have very refined hearing, but ultimately I think the firmer seat on the jack is worth the upgrade for reliability down the line too. I have used thousands of pure tone jacks now in harnesses as well as offering individually and the customer response is always positive, so I'm proud to offer these items. Glad to now add the stereo versions to the stocked range!
Available in nickel & gold versions.

Here's what Pure Tone say!
"The Stereo Pure Tone jack contains dual rings for optimal signal and lowest possible noise. 100% greater surface area at all contact points creates a more stable connection; as a result, high and low frequencies are greatly improved creating a much more balanced sound while eliminating frequency spikes. No more noise crackle caused by pressure grounds!

The Pure Tone jack allows for increased current handling at 500 volts for high current applications. Tensioned design locks cable securely in place while the increased metal mass carries more signal."

Availability
Nickel and Gold in stock

About
Pure Tone's alternative is a fairly new product to the market, and is quickly gaining popularity in the guitar world for it's high quality construction and improved design. A little more expensive than the Switchcraft unit equivalent, but not by much and certainly not without reason. It features 4 points of contact for the jack lead, which provides a much more firmer 'seat' once the jack lead is plugged in. This to me, improves reliability over other jacks on the market. Worth the extra couple of quid? I think so, which is why it has joined the Home of Tone roster and is now an option on the entire harness range offered too! I think the possibility of hearing a tonal difference is a difficult one to judge, unless you have very refined hearing, but ultimately I think the firmer seat on the jack is worth the upgrade for reliability down the line too. I have used thousands of pure tone jacks now in harnesses as well as offering individually and the customer response is always positive, so I'm proud to offer these items. Glad to now add the stereo versions to the stocked range!
Available in nickel & gold versions.

Here's what Pure Tone say!
"The Stereo Pure Tone jack contains dual rings for optimal signal and lowest possible noise. 100% greater surface area at all contact points creates a more stable connection; as a result, high and low frequencies are greatly improved creating a much more balanced sound while eliminating frequency spikes. No more noise crackle caused by pressure grounds!

The Pure Tone jack allows for increased current handling at 500 volts for high current applications. Tensioned design locks cable securely in place while the increased metal mass carries more signal."

Availability
Nickel and Gold in stock