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My 8pin Din connector broke off in my subwoofer. The cable seperated from the metal end with the pins. All the pins seem to be intacked and after getting the ends back together, Im getting no connection. Is there a way that I may be able to rewire it myself?

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SOURCE: JVC TH-C5 Solder 8 pin to sub circuit board

The best solution I could give would be to go on E-Bay and type "8 pin DIN" into the search, and just buy one. I just did. The price is higher with longer lengths, but it's worth NOT messing up the subs built-in amp by getting the pins wrong.

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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SOURCE: is the system cable wired as a serial connector

u can get one from cablesondemand.com 8 pin mini din male/male

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sub hooper power was not come.

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