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    Boulful Sallad goodiesguy's Avatar
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    Question Where to by 9pin Mini-DIN audio connector?

    I have an old 5.1 system lying around that was given to me years ago, but it doesn't have the cable to connect to a device, I've found a photo of the cable I need, I just want to know where I'd fine one?
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    Here's what the thing looks like:
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    Any help appreciated
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    Default Re: Where to by 9pin Mini-DIN audio connector?

    eBay might be a good start if you really want the correct part.
    Failing that, are you any good with a soldering iron.

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    Default Re: Where to by 9pin Mini-DIN audio connector?

    Dick Smiths...

    On a serious note, most electronic hobbyist stores have these, usually free end (just wires on the other end) but they probably have the required connections for the other end that you need.

    Maybe try Jaycar or RS.

    Cheers,

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    Default Re: Where to by 9pin Mini-DIN audio connector?

    Can't you just use the RCA connections instead? or are they outputs?
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    Default Re: Where to by 9pin Mini-DIN audio connector?

    Could try Jaycar for parts to make your own cable

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    Default Re: Where to by 9pin Mini-DIN audio connector?

    Chances are its a non standard wiring scheme, so you'll need to either make one or get the exact part for that exact brand & model.
    And unless you are 100% sure that wiring diagram is correct for your unit .......

    It looks like a less common variant of the din plug/socket, so even jaycar may not have suitable parts
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    Default Re: Where to by 9pin Mini-DIN audio connector?

    Jaycar list only up to 8 pin mini din. Plenty on Ebay, plugs and cables, also NZ Radio Spares site.

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    Default Re: Where to by 9pin Mini-DIN audio connector?

    RS definitely has this, and its a standard 9 pin din connection, as for the completed connectors, not sure, usually its a DIY job.

    Cheers,

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    Default Re: Where to by 9pin Mini-DIN audio connector?

    This here looks like it?

    http://nz.rs-online.com/web/p/din-ca...blies/7241150/

    It shouldn't be too hard to get 3 headphone jacks and connect them?
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