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bull041161 16th May 2012 05:58 PM

HIFIMEDIY T1 WIREING INSTRUCTIONS HELP
 
Hi all have just got my t1 board today and wondered if there was a link any were to show best way to wire this up. As i dont want to make a mistake and break it. I will be useing speaker binding post and phono sockets for the input any help would be great

bull041161 17th May 2012 12:39 PM

Some one must know how to wire these up. Its the signal input that puzles me as there is only 3 wires should it have 2 channels going in there is one red wire 1 white wire and a black any help would be great

platenspeler 17th May 2012 01:03 PM

I think it's probably the same connector as used in the T2 and T3: The connector has three wires. Red (right channel) and white (left channel) go to the middle pins of your RCA connectors. The black wire (middel pin of the connector on the amp board) should be connected to both signal ground connectors of the RCA.

So at the input they share the signal ground. (At the speaker outputs this is not allowed if I remember well).

Maarten

Nick122147 17th May 2012 01:19 PM

hi,
there are some information and pictures here
T1, T1-M, T2, T3, T3S, T4 Amplifier Manual

bull041161 17th May 2012 01:53 PM

Thanks very much nick i get it now. Cant wait to try it

bull041161 17th May 2012 02:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by platenspeler (Post 3026678)
I think it's probably the same connector as used in the T2 and T3: The connector has three wires. Red (right channel) and white (left channel) go to the middle pins of your RCA connectors. The black wire (middel pin of the connector on the amp board) should be connected to both signal ground connectors of the RCA.

So at the input they share the signal ground. (At the speaker outputs this is not allowed if I remember well).

Maarten

Thanks very much maarten for help


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