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Denon D-90 Hi Fi - have lost interconnetion leads

Hi I have a Denon D90 system with seperate tuner amp, cassette, and cd player but in a house move I have lost all the interconnection leads (2) they are 13 pin and 15 pin straight through ribbon cables and plugs.
I am being told these are obsolete -help!!
Notwithstanding the cost of replacement (I am a pensioner) I have really looked after this system from new and it worked fine till we moved it would be criminal to have to scrap it for the sake of two leads.

Please help.

Don

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  • donald_higgi Nov 18, 2008

    Please help someone! I can't believe I spent all that money on a Denon system after reading hi fi reviews and it has neen made obsolete by a simple set of leads.

  • jmscwood Dec 12, 2008

    I have the same problem. Have found the part numbers but am always told the cables are obsolete.

  • obriens Dec 26, 2008

    I have the same problem, does anyone know where we can get these leads from?

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Gents - not sure where you live, but try these UK links. The D65 was a similar system produced a year or two earlier, if the cable is 15 pin my bet is it is the same cable. Good luck, better look after my cables carefully!

http://www.chsinteractive.co.uk/electrical-components/misc/d90-cable-system-connect-13pin.htm

http://www.chsinteractive.co.uk/electrical-components/misc/d65-cable-system-connect-15p-d.htm

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