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I need replace one A/V cable kit Clarion OHM102. This cable is a 8 pin mini-din.

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To answer this one, we'll need a lot more information. The following

1. Verify your cable. There's no way to post a picture so we'll try this in text. Looking at the 5-pin DIN (called P1) with the pins to the top, number them 1 through 5 from left to right (regardless of how they may be numbered on a connector as it is unmarked on the cable). Looking at the 8-pin mini DIN (called P2) with the key at the top, number the top row 1 through 3 (left to right in all cases), the middle row 4 through 6 (pin 6 will be the one separated by a gap from the other two), number the bottom row 7 and 8.

Now, make sure that continuity exists. This is how my cable was wired as follows: P1-1 to P2-7, P1-2 to P2-8, P1-3 and P1-4 to P2-6, P1-5 to P2-1. If you do not show that each wire is good, then you either have a damaged cable or audio is not being output by the Bose control unit or your system uses a different cable wiring, which means that you will need to verify that your cable connects each 5 pin DIN to some on the 8 pin mini DIN

2. Make sure that a headphone is not inserted in the headphone jack on the side. If it is, then sound in not connected to the rear ports. It may sound silly, but someone may have connected headphones and nobody realized that they're still connected.

3. Do you have an oscilloscope? If so, then you'll need to insert wires into the 8-pin mini DIN connector for the zone you're using. Using the pinouts from step one for the cable connector will create a mirror at the Bose jack as follows, left to right, top to bottom 3, 2, 1 - 6, (gap) 5, 4 - 8, 7.

Audio comes out at pins 7 and 8. So connect your scope at those points and ground the probe by clipping it to one the RCA shields. Turn the unit on and make sure that you have a source producing signal, such as a disc or a radio station and see if you see signal. The output at these pins appears rather low, so you set your scope sensitive enough.

My Bose produced audio, but also clicking at an increasing frequency and amplitude as the unit heated up, that results in a lot of noise. I verified the wiring and output with this method.

Feb 18, 2011 | Bose Lifestyle 20 System

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THE CLARION CX609 WONT FIT IN MY 2001 CROWN VIC. ANY SUGGESTIONS BESIDES BUYING A DIFFERENT RECEIVER. WILLING BUT REALLY DONT WANNA


That is going to be a touch install if memory serves as your vehicle is not double din. Much easier to sell that and get a single din radio and install kit.

Dec 25, 2010 | Clarion CX609 Car CD/ MP3 Player

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Zoom 9030 works well after all these years there is a memory battery that needs to be changed every 5 years or so. The only problem is when I plug in the 8050 foot controller it won't change any patches...


It is LIKELY that one or more pins and or wires in the remote cable are broken.

These MINI DIN connectors are "tender" and are easily broken and wires flex at the back of the connector and are broken.

FIRST check that all pins are present at BOTH ENDS of the cable.

NEXT use an ohmmeter to check continuity of each and every pin end-to-end. I suspect you will find one or more broken.

Be aware that repairing this cable requires patience and steady hand as the pins are so close together it is easy to have solder bridges, etc. Sometimes just opening the connectors are a problem to access the pins. Sometimes the cables are MOLDED and those are UNREPAIRABLE other than cutting off the bad conector and replacing it. You can usually buy replacement connectors at DIGIKEY.com and or Mouser.com. You have to CAREFULLY select the apporpriate pin configuration from the catalog page. One needs a small soldering iron and magnifying glass to work on the cable.

USUALLY the wires go from pin to pin. Also a shield on the cable has to be dressed and connected usually. You may find the shell of the connector tied to a pin or just the sheild of the cable.

Jan 08, 2010 | Zoom Music

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Is the system cable wired as a serial connector


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

Oct 19, 2009 | JVC TH-M303 System

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Power Pin-out?


I have built an adapter cable which allows to use monitor with the power supply of an external hard drive. The image below contains the pin-out for the power connector of the L50A as well as the wiring scheme for the adapter cable.

For users in Germany, here is the list of complete part list with prices:
  1. Universal Power Supply 12V 2A DC and 5V 2A DC, 13.20€
  2. 6-Pin Mini-DIN Male, 0.71€
  3. 6-Pin Mini-DIN Female, 0,71€
  4. 5m 6-Wire Cable, 2.80€
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Have fun, Wolfgang.

Nov 27, 2008 | Hyundai ImageQuest L50A 15.1" Flat Panel...

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Spherex IR cable replacement


After looking for this cable and talking to some of my friends - I was able to determine what type of cable it is. it is called a Mini din 9 pin male to male.
Molded Cable, Mini din 9 Pin Male to Male, 6.0 feetI bought from this guy - http://www.stockcable.com/products.php?pid=17&detail=true#thumb

hopefully you fellas from across the pond can find a place to purchase it.

Aug 03, 2008 | Spherex Xbox 5.1 Surround Sound System...

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My service port looks like an 8-pin mini din mouse port


If you are just trying to 'jump start' the tv to turn it on, get a usb cable, like the one you use to charge your cell phone. Touch the metal part of the service port, the 8-pin mini din witht he end of your charger cable that is plugged into the wall, until you see a flash on the screen, then turn the tv on like you normally would. It should turn on. If it doesn't jump it again.

Mar 16, 2008 | Olevia LT23HVX 23 in. LCD Television

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Interfase doesnt work, cable is damaged.


I should be a scsi 2 cable -- 50-pin mini-din male/male...

Double check the scanner and the card, if you don't know the difference between mini-din and regular, let me know and I'll try to find images to show you.


Maggie B

Feb 21, 2008 | Agfa Arcus 1200 Flatbed Scanner

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