Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Take [+ and --] of each channel as input for Left And Right. That is take two [+] wires of two RCA wires to Left and Right channel input. Short two [-- s] together with screen and it is the common ground. Connect the two [+] wires to two end mins of 5-pin Din, ie, left and right channels input. Connect the two [--v and screen together] to 5-pin Din's center pin. It is the ground pin. If you have any doubt about the ground pin of the amp. check it with a mutimeter. Grond pin will show continuity with the chasis. OK.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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