I use Rean connectors on most of my studio equipment because they are relatively cheap, yet provide great sounding results. The gold plating on the contacts doesn't seem to wear off and the plugs themselves are solid yet light, which stops them putting too much strain on the jack sockets they are plugged into. The only negative thing is that on these straight type of jacks, the outside barrel can unscrew quite easily if not sufficiently tightened, so I use a drop of thread lock on them -to be absolutely sure. There are also no spring-strain reliefs at the ends of the plug, which although has had no negative effects for me, it can leave the plug looking a bit 'incomplete'. I put a length of heat shrink tubing over the inside terminals and extend this to about an inch outside of the plug to provide the relief and like this these plugs are absolutely faultless.
This has become my standard TRS connector in studio applications. For guitar cords I would rather use something like a Neutrik NP2 with a better grip and a heavier strain relief, but this connector is perfect for connecting studio equipment because it is very easy to solder and assemble, and the connector uses less space (in my interface, for example, the output connections are very close to each other).
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