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I want to know the output jacks identifacation teac hmx-750

I waqnt to know the output jacks identifacation

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Not sure exactly what you are asking for, but:

The output jack is a headphone jack that is 1/8" diameter with the following pinout: tip = left channel, ring (next contact) is the right channel, sleeve (third larger contact area is the common/return for the left and right audio.

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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