In the most typical use, cables have a standard plug on each end, consisting of a central male connector, surrounded by a ring. The ring is often segmented to provide gripping spring pressure when mated. Next, devices mount the socket (female jack) with a central hole with a metal round around it.
The RCA connector was initially used for audio signals. However, as with many other connectors, it has been adopted for uses other than originally intended, including a DC power connector, an RF connector, and a connector for loudspeaker cables. Its use as a connector for composite video signals is widespread but provides poor impedance matching. RCA connectors and cables are commonly used to carry S/PDIF-formatted digital audio, with plugs colored orange to differentiate them from other typical connections.
Connections are made by pushing the cable's plug into the female jack on the device. The signal-carrying pin protrudes from the plug and often comes into contact with the socket before the grounded rings meet, resulting in a loud hum or buzz if the audio components do not share a common ground and are powered while making connections. In addition, continuous noise can occur if the plug partially falls out of the jack, breaking the ground connection but not the signal. Some variants of the plug, significantly cheaper versions, also give weak grip and contact between the ground sheaths due to their lack of spring action.
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