Im missing a wire for a Kinyo Product the model number is Ta927 its a green and back connection that comes with RCA jacks on the other end of the wire, What other option can I use to connect this to my unit.
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what type of cord is it? I would bet it's a 3.5mm jack or a RCA shielded plug on both ends, which would make replacing it very simple. You just need to identify the plug and find a replacement. Radio shacks probably carry them if want to buy one locally, or else check ebay to find a good price on them. If it's not one of these please post again and I will try to identify the cord. If you include a pic that will make it easier to identify. Good Luck!
How to Connect a Pyramat
Pyramat gaming chairs are high-end video recliners that integrate audio speakers and subwoofers to increase video game immersion. Pyramat chairs feature speakers and woofers placed at the head and elbows of gamers for a surround-sound effect. The chairs come in two types. Game chairs are similar to regular computer or office furniture. Gamebags are reinforced beanbag chairs with installed speakers and controls similar to the game chairs. Each of these must be connected to the console or computer to run properly.
Things You'll Need:
Pyramat game chair or gamebag
12-volt AC adapter
3.5 mm audio cable
3.5 mm RCA audio adapter
Close all programs and power off the computer or console that you are connecting. Power surges or connection problems could cause damage to the devices if still plugged.
Connect the 3.5 mm audio cable to the control area on the arm of the chair or side of the gamebag.
Plug the other end of the 3.5mm audio cable into the stereo jack on the computer or console. Use the RCA audio adapter if the console has only A/V cable support.
Connect the 12-volt AC adapter to the chair and insert the other end into a grounded power outlet, preferably one with a surge protector.
Power on your game chair or gamebag using the control and turn on the console or computer.
Adjust the sound settings on the chair and your video game device to suit your preferences.
Tips & Warnings
Do not get your game chair wet as this can damage the speakers and controls.
All necessary parts should be included with your game chair. If it is missing anything, contact Pyramat customer service for replacements.
I myself have a 46" RCA LCD flat screen tv, which I have my xbox 360 connected via HDMI cable. If your tv has audio out "rca plugs", which im sure being a newer 3d HD tv, connect the supplied cable to the audio out (red, white) plugs, and then connect your headphones to that jack!
You need to go buy another cable, get a good length red and white rca cable one that suits the distance between the chair and the xbox. Then you need to get a female to female rca adapter. Connect the adapter to the ends of the red and white audio cables on xbox, connect your new rca cable to the adapters, connect the cable to your pyramat seat. Connect xbox tv cable to tv as normal.
ive had the same problem and here is how i got it to work... you need to flip set upside down and remove the screws under green pad take off and carefully remove pad there are two wires that connect to the pad one of my wires was off i had to resauder it on...check those two wires im sure one is loose
I've see a lot of posts where people have had issues with the Microsoft racing pedals not working properly. Usually the throttle just races away when it is suppose to be at idle. I had this problem and after taking apart the pedal set more than once to try and fix it - it's made so cheaply - I gave up. So, if you want a good fix, here is what I did. I got a set of Madcats 2 pedals, which are X-box compatible (craigslist) - other pedal sets may work but then you would have to figure out the wiring on your own which took me considerable time NOTE: These do not have to be the Madcats pedal set from the force feedback type, just the standard pedal set will work. I went to home depot and bought a wall phone jack. I then took the bottom off the Madcats pedals (the Phillips screws are under the square rubber pieces which you can peel off with a small blade - common screwdriver) and you will see there are 4 wires going to the cable that normally plugs into the MC2 wheel. Pop the face plate off from the phone jack but don't throw it away and cut the cable on the inside of the MC pedal set about 2" from the grommet. You can pull the grommet out of the slot and discard the cable. Carefully strip the insulation on the 4 wires (Brown, Yellow, Blue and White). I've done the hard part, which took me about 5 hours so here are the correct wire color match-ups. The phone jack has Green, Black, Red and Yellow wire hook-ups. Connect the MC-Yellow to PJ-Green; MC-Blue to PJ-Black; MC-Brown to PJ-Red;MC-White to PJ-Yellow. Now you can plug in the phone wire connection from the wheel into the phone jack and try out the MC Pedals. Much better? What I did next was cut a hole in the back of the MC pedal case (make sure it is not in-line with where the bottom plate weight goes. I used a hole saw just smaller than the phone jack and then used a razor knife to form a good fit fro the phone jack. Remember the face plate? Get yourself a good pair of sturdy Scissors and cut around the circle on the face plate. Now put the phone jack in the hole you made from the inside of the pedal housing and snap that little disk you just cut out from the face plate onto the phone jack from the outside of the pedal base. Now you may want to glue the phone jack in place on the inside of the pedal base just so it stays put. I used epoxy putty because it kneads like play-do and is easy to push on place. Also it sets up in just a few minutes. Now just put the bottom plate back on the MC pedals and put the screws back in. You will find that the MC pedals do not have the same problems that the Microsoft pedals did like the sticking throttle problem and they are much more responsive.