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Old 29th August 2004, 05:59 PM   #1
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would be interested to the outline electrical worker din an old Sony TA1055, who possesses could send it to me it for and mail, thanks
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Old 30th August 2004, 05:54 AM   #2
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Default Not sure what you are asking for....

but I do remember these amps back in the 70s. If I read you right, you are looking for the pinout of the DIN connector? If so, there's a fast way to figure out what kind of cable you will have to make. You may be able to buy one but they will be hard to find here in the US as most electronic supply houses have dumped that sort of thing. They will be available online, however.

To determine what pins are the signal and ground, remove the cover and the side panels - Sony supplied walnut panels on some versions of this amp. Find the DIN connector on the back and look for 2 wires soldered to it. There will be 2 connections for each wire. The red and white wires will be the hot side for each channel. The other two connections will be the grounds for each channel and will also be the shield on each of the 2 wires.

Hope that helps you some.

Cheers,

David
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