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Old 8th November 2012, 12:47 AM   #1
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Default Naim 5 pin din to 2 x rca phono

Hi,
I'm buying a naim dac and wanted to check the wiring configuration so I can convert my phono leads to a naim 5pin din on the source end.#
Am I right in thinking it will be the same as the old 5pin din wiring on hifi od yester year?
So is it
Pin 3 Left output
Pin 5 Right output
pin 2 earth
Pin 4 right input
pin 1 left input
using this gif images pin numbering?

http://pinouts.ru/connectors/din5dm.gif

I'm sure this as been asked before but i'd be very greatful for some help.
cheers
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Old 10th November 2012, 02:08 AM   #2
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Yes, exactly that if you are looking at the pins on the plug.

You can also download owner's manuals free from Naim's website, which contain very complete diagrams of pin outs and system connections.
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