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Lih Sheng Precision  Profile

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Lih Sheng Precision  Company Overview

Lih Sheng Precision was founded in 1975 in Taiwan, and has become one of the world's largest Jack manufacturers, providing a wide range of Jacks that are well suited for Audio, Video, Mixer, PDA, Computer, CD-ROM, Modem, DVD, Sound card, and Telecommunications applications.

Lih Sheng Precision  Products

The types of products manufactured by Lih Sheng Precision include Mini DIN Jacks, DIN Jacks, 4.5 Telephone Jacks, XLR Jacks, 6.4 Headphone Jacks, SMT 2.5 Phone Jacks, 2.5 Phone Jacks, SMT 3.5 Phone Jacks, 3.5 Phone Jacks, RCA Jacks, SMT DC Power Jacks, DC Power Jacks, 3 Pin Connectors, Power Jacks, Hi Power Jacks, Speaker Jacks, and Antenna Loops.

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