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Harman kardon soundsticks ii Hi my dog chewed and
https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/muzzle-17780320?src=W0JhB6uuAnfBtLF2bzYYqg-1-42There should be an international standard number with the plug.example IEC 60906-3:1994Search on your plugs number and it will tell you all about the plug that you have. Usuallyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coaxial_power_connectorThe outside on the plug is negative and the inside of the plug is positive on most DC plugs .With a continuity device like a multimeter you could work out which pin connects to the outside of the plug sleeve that inserts into the device. Being negative .
I have a set of
MiniDIN-4 Connector Pinout. Looking at the male connector from the rear (solder side) Pin 1 = White Pin 2 = Bare Wire Pin 3 = Light Grey Pin 4 = Dark Grey Outer case Ground = Clear
Need to replace th 5 pin DIN plug on harmon kardon sounds stick 2- dog chewed thru it and the plug is gone!
If the mentioned cable is the one that is connected to the motherboard of the sub woofer and has two connectors for the speakers on the other side - please contact the Harman/Kardon support of your country, as they may be able to replace this part (actually this is a very rare part) it also may occur that the company will not be able to replace the part with a genuine one, but with a modified one. You can also try to contact some companies that would be able to replace this cable with a custom-made one.
Need help getting my computer to know my USAB
If your computer is not recognizing the soundsticks via USB there might be 2 possible root causes: either the PC does not have or cannot obtain the needed drivers for the installation of the soundsticks on the operating system, or possibly there is a problem with the USB port itself. This might be checked in the device manager of your operating system.
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