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Old 29th December 2006, 10:54 AM   #1
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My old cartridge has pins marked R, RE, L and LE.
Are the E ones the ground pins?

It would appear the other cartidge have pins marked L+ L- and R+ R-, but it seems the + side corresponds to the E side of the old cart.

wires were connected

LE Blue
L White
RE Green
R Red

Not sure if E correspond with earth, if does would it be correct to connect as follows?
L- Blue
L+ White
R- Green
R+ Red

Please help, I'm burning to proceed.
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