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Old 26th December 2012, 10:46 AM   #1
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Default Labtec LCS-2424 Stand Alone Sub Hack Attempt

Hi all! First post!

I used to have a complete Labtec LCS-2424 3-pc setup, but my daughter lost the the 2 sats, so Im sitting here looking at the sub, and that stupid jack in the back, looks like s-video/ps2 type, and Im wondering, can I just cross one set of pins to act as the missing "On" button and run input to a couple of other pins from rca subwoofer out on HK 5.1 amp?

I dont want to try plugging anything into anything until I got some schems/diags, so, does anyone know where I can view some? Please and thanks, if none are found, Ill try running a meter through the jacks pins and see if I can get a pretty spark..
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Old 28th December 2012, 03:18 AM   #2
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Read here what kind of sound conector is this?? - AnandTech Forums
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Old 28th December 2012, 09:06 AM   #3
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thank you much for help, Ill check this out..
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Old 28th December 2012, 09:12 AM   #4
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it does supply voltage to sats, along with volume control for sats, sub has volume on back, power switch is one right sat, Im going to go play with some wires..
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Old 21st February 2013, 01:57 AM   #5
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So, this is a "standard" 9-pin a/v connector. My satellites are trashed as well and I'm having a hard time parting with this sub. I purchased a 9-in to 3 female RCA connector, then a male to male RCA to plug into my home theater. No dice. No power. I want to use this as such, but I'm missing something. The 9-pin has that many pins for various connections. I'm looking for the solution to this puzzle (my home receiver has a female sub plug). Does ANYONE know how to solve this puzzle?
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Old 27th March 2016, 05:33 PM   #6
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I know this thread is super old, but I found this in a search. But never found a solution. Well I did find some connectors from overseas. Or i found a place in nebraska called surplus sales. They had two different types but a min order of $10 plus shipping. Video / Data Connectors

I just ended up cutting the end off and soldering the wires to the board. I found this pinout that helped.

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508h-9-l.pdf

Hope this helps someone else... now my speaker is working again.
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Old 11th April 2016, 10:00 AM   #7
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I know this thread is super old, but I found this in a search. But never found a solution. Well I did find some connectors from overseas. Or i found a place in nebraska called surplus sales. They had two different types but a min order of $10 plus shipping. Video / Data Connectors

I just ended up cutting the end off and soldering the wires to the board. I found this pinout that helped.

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508h-9-l.pdf

Hope this helps someone else... now my speaker is working again.




Hi, I'm having the same problem(speaker pin broke off) can you tell me which wire for each pin? thanks
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