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RCA Cable Connector Plug Pinout and Color Coding

An RCA connector, also referred to as a phono connector or Cinch connector, is a standard type of cable used to transmit analog audio and composite-video signals between devices such as televisions, satellite or cable receivers, VCRs, game console systems, speakers and more. The term “RCA” derives from the Radio Corporation of America, which introduced the design by the early 1940s to allow monophonograph players to be connected to amplifiers. Below table shows color coding of RCA cable, connector and pinout in typical consumer equipment found in market.

Plug Connector and Pinout Diagram for Blackberry Pearl 8100

The Blackberry Pearl 8100 features GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 2G network modes, 1.3 MP, 1280 x 1024 pixels, LED flash built in camera, 32-bit Intel XScale PXA272 312 MHz processor CPU with BlackBerry operating system. The Blackberry Pearl 8100 plug connector is a 4 pin 3.5mm (2.5mm) plug connector at the headset cable. Pin 1 for Control (+2.4v); Pin 2 and 3 for Audio channel (left or right) and Pin 4 for Ground.

All About Electrical Connectors Plugs and Sockets

Electrical connecting devices consist of four (4) basic designs: Circular or cylindrical, Rectangular Coaxial, and Terminal/Splices. Herein you will find detail information about electrical connector for transportation, waterproof electrical connector IP67, Electrical Contact, IEC electrical connector, electrical power cable, cylindrical electrical power connector, high-voltage connector, etc.