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4pin Locking connecter to cable.

I need to replace a 4pin locking connecter to a ATW829CW cable, there is 2 red and 2 yellow wires as well as the outer Braid (earth), Please can some one tell me which one goes where? Thanking You, Twigga.

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I suggest the obvious... Call Audio Technica to get the pinouts for this locking connector. I am an ex-dealer and I do not have them in my manual. Don't bother with the internet, call customer support.

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