Definitions for "RCA Jacks"
The female receptacles for an RCA plug. RCA jacks are a common connector type for audio and video cables.
Used to connect different components via interconnect cables.
The basic method for passing analog mono and stereo audio between devices such as CD players, turntables, VCRs and DVD players. While there are higher quality types of audio connections available, older components, especially CD players, often only offer RCA jacks. For more information on which audio connections offer the best performance, check out "Source-To-Sense."