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  • n. A small jack (electrical connector).

Etymologies

mini- +‎ jack (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • That would almost certainly sound better than taking the analog minijack output from your computer.

    Scripting News for 10/25/07 « Scripting News Annex

  • Also has a 3. 5mm minijack output, which is just a standard headphone jack.

    Super Tiny Bluetooth Earpiece | Impact Lab

  • Only 2.7 ounces, these rechargeable, foldable and customizable Bluetooth headphones can link with your cellular phone, computer or, by plugging your portable music player into the stereo minijack on the optional BAG-10 gateway puck, you can wirelessly stream music on these headphones while your player remains safely in your pocket.

    Coolest Portable Media Players ©...

  • The Boom Boom Multibox is a waterproof box containing a pair of battery-powered speakers and a stereo minijack.

    Boing Boing: July 18, 2004 - July 24, 2004 Archives

  • Optical connection requires one of those dumb combo plugs that's a stereo minijack and lightpipe at the same time-sold separately.

    Gizmodo

  • On the other, a tiny removable cap conceals the Up's connector to your iPhone: a headphone minijack.

    NYT > Home Page

  • There's a headphone/optical digital audio output minijack, an audio line in/optical digital audio input minijack, four USB 2.0 ports, one FireWire 800 port, a Mini DisplayPort (with video-in support), and a Gigabit Ethernet port.

    Macworld UK News

  • Plays this waveform at specified intervals through an onboard stereo headphone minijack, and records the time when the waveform started playing

    Freelancer.com - New Projects

  • The P5 comes bundled with two 4-foot cables: a basic cable for using the headphones with any audio device sporting a 1/8-inch minijack, and a cable with a microphone/remote module for use with an iPhone, a recent iPod, or a recent iMac or MacBook.

    Macworld

  • The right-hand speaker unit also includes a 1/8-inch (3mm) minijack for connecting an analog audio source such as an iPod.

    PCWorld

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