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  • 02-26-2012 3:12 PM

    Beogram 6000 with CD4 decoder board

    Anyone who knows how to connect this lead back to a 5p DIN?

    Numbering 5p DIN shows 1,4,2,5 and 3 from left to right. I think yellow and orange is used for output signal but what about the red and blue? If yellow/orange is correct where do I connect them on the 5p DIN connector?

     

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  • 02-26-2012 4:42 PM In reply to

    Re: Beogram 6000 with CD4 decoder board

    Leslie:
    Numbering 5p DIN shows 1,4,2,5 and 3 from left to right. I think yellow and orange is used for output signal but what about the red and blue? If yellow/orange is correct where do I connect them on the 5p DIN connector?

    Don't you just love how people cut off the DINs? Super Angry

    The black 6-pin connector at the other end of the cable is P9 and numbering starts from 1 on the left in your 3rd picture, so that should be enough with this excerpt from the service manual Smile

    (note that the pins aren't drawn in numerical order in the schematic - you seem to be right with YE/OR being left front / right front)

     


    -mika

  • 02-26-2012 4:49 PM In reply to

    Re: Beogram 6000 with CD4 decoder board

    Wow Mika, thank you very much!

    B&O item 1, B&O item 2, B&O item 3,...................B&O item 735

    Beovirus? What's that?

  • 02-26-2012 4:53 PM In reply to

    Re: Beogram 6000 with CD4 decoder board

    Oh yes, and the bare non-insulated wire is signal ground (middle pin in the DIN), while the outer shielding of the cable goes to the metal sleeve of the DIN plug Smile

    -mika

  • 02-26-2012 4:57 PM In reply to

    Re: Beogram 6000 with CD4 decoder board

    Did that, thanks again!

    B&O item 1, B&O item 2, B&O item 3,...................B&O item 735

    Beovirus? What's that?

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