Question about The Audio Players & Recorders
I have Xline Chrome subwoofer which has some weird 8 pin power and speaker input. i do dont have the proper connector so i would like to know the pin layout so i can connect it directly to the battery
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I figured it out:
Here goes: There are 4 wires inside the Aqua Vu cable that runs to the underwater part of the cam.
Red = Hot or 12 volt power from battery postive (red) terminal
Black = Ground - ground to battery negative terminal
White= Video input (or center of video coax)
Green= Infrared lighting control, if you ground the green wire against the black/ground, you will see
that it switches ON the infrared or "Christmas" lights. Simply put a switch on the green wire after you ground it, so you can switch your IR's on and off.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Dell (Altec Lansing) A425 Subwoofer Pinouts
This is a standard female DB-9 serial port.
Here are the pinouts.
Pin 1 = Left Speaker Out +
Pin 2 = Left Speaker Out - (Common Ground)
Pin 3 = Left Line In +
Pin 4 = Right Line In +
Pin 5 = Left/Right line In - (Common Ground)
Pin 6 = Right Speaker Out +
Pin 7 = Right Speaker Out - (Common Ground)
Pin 8 = Power A
Pin 9 = Power B
Jumper (short) Power A to B to turn on.
If you want a volume control you need to put one on the inputs. You will buy buy a stereo volume control or potentiometer.
Here is some info on how to do this.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
SOURCE: JBL Media 100 Speaker power?
Buy a power adapter from radio shack or similar place. You need a 1000mA 12 volt dapter. Just make sure it is rated @ or above 1000mA to avoid the adapter heating up and possibly burning. The whole setup is rated @ 850mA wich 1A(1000mA) should handle with enough head room. But it might run you about $15-20. I would just buy a cheap radio with rca inputs/aux input and use that. I got one from Walmart for around $40 and it plays CD's & AM/FM.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Link to GX system board layout: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/opgx270/en/ug/index.htm
It's all on a small board and control panel, both of which connect via ribbon cables. Have you removed the power switch, etc from theseboards?
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
The Bose cube systems are SYTEMS for a very good reason. They're made for people who want good sound but don't want to manipulate the hardware much. The speakers and amps are designed for each other ONLY, not only electrically but through soundshaping to provide the smooth final result. The design is for you to feed the electronics a Line Level source and the magic and distribution happens internally. These are NOT mix 'n' match components. The special connectors are a clue. The 'different' amplifier will probably blow them up.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
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