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Wanted: Pin out for TEAC MC-DX15 I've got a TEAC

Wanted: Pin out for TEAC MC-DX15 I've got a TEAC MC-DX15 stereo head unit / CD player, subwoofer and speakers. This is pretty much the same as the TEAC MC-DX20 from the look of the manual. I'm missing the connecting cable that connects the system's amplifier and power supply unit in the subwoofer unit to the head unit. The cable has a mini DIN 9 pin plug at each end. These are available on eBay. What I need to make a replacement cable is to know which pins on the plugs are connected together. Does pin 1 on plug A connect to pin 1 on plug B or to another pin on plug B? Does pin 2 on plug A connect to pin 2 on plug B or to another pin on plug B? Does pin 3 on plug A connect to pin 3 on plug B or to another pin on plug B? ... And so on for all 9 pins. Anyone here know this or can check on their own connecting cable with a multimeter and let me know? There are a few other people looking for this information too. Thanks for your help

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The 2 system are completely different your is low level input and its is having only 2 input L and R when those signal they get inside your sub it process through an DSP ( Digital Signal Processor ) and become 5 output to yours satellite cube speakers
The AM6 or 10 are high level input connected direct to any output of any AMP from those signal they convert down to low frequency for sub woofer

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