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Types of Headphone Jacks

25 mm Mono (TS)
25 mm Mono (TS)

Headphone and earphone jacks on a wide range of equipment. 6.35 mm ( 1 ⁄ 4 in) plugs are common on home and professional component equipment, while 3.5 mm plugs are nearly universal for portable audio equipment. 2.5 mm plugs are not as common, but are used on communication equipment such as cordless phones, mobile phones, and two-way radios.

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35 mm Mono (TS)
35 mm Mono (TS)

Headphone and earphone jacks on a wide range of equipment. 6.35 mm ( 1 ⁄ 4 in) plugs are common on home and professional component equipment, while 3.5 mm plugs are nearly universal for portable audio equipment. 2.5 mm plugs are not as common, but are used on communication equipment such as cordless phones, mobile phones, and two-way radios.

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35 mm Stereo (TRS)
35 mm Stereo (TRS)

Headphone and earphone jacks on a wide range of equipment. 6.35 mm ( 1 ⁄ 4 in) plugs are common on home and professional component equipment, while 3.5 mm plugs are nearly universal for portable audio equipment. 2.5 mm plugs are not as common, but are used on communication equipment such as cordless phones, mobile phones, and two-way radios.

635 mm (​1⁄4 in) (TRS)
635 mm (​1⁄4 in) (TRS)

Headphone and earphone jacks on a wide range of equipment. 6.35 mm ( 1 ⁄ 4 in) plugs are common on home and professional component equipment, while 3.5 mm plugs are nearly universal for portable audio equipment. 2.5 mm plugs are not as common, but are used on communication equipment such as cordless phones, mobile phones, and two-way radios.

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In-ear Monitors (IEMs) and Earbuds
In-ear Monitors (IEMs) and Earbuds

In-ear monitors, also known as IEMs, fit snugly within the ear canal, providing sound isolation far superior to that offered by standard earbuds. IEMs are most commonly used by amateur and professional musicians, as they allow for clear, isolated sound reproduction that makes stage performances infinitely easier.

On-ear
On-ear

Which type of headphones is best for you? ... On-Ear headphones are ideal for listeners who want a good level of comfort but in a more compact format than over-ear ...

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Over-ear
Over-ear

We compare over-ear, on-ear, earbuds and in-ear headphones. The different types of headphones are compared based on comfort, portability, noise isolation, leakage, and sound.

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