I'm planning on using RCA connectors for a basic electronic DIY project, however since the connector is more for the AV world I thought I'd better ask here...
My plan is to substitute my computer's fan's connectors with RCA's. I just need two cables per fan so I thought it would be perfect.
My question is this: on a male RCA connector I know there's insulation between the prong and the ring, however many connectors have a metal casing and I don't see any insulation between the ring and such casing. I intend to use 12V on the prong and GROUND on the ring, but I don't know if it would be risky to touch the casing since it would be in fact touching the ring?
Thanks a lot!