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In Reply to: RE: MAny power supplies for audio use various multi pin connections posted by Jonesy on March 18, 2017 at 20:40:44
thanks! now i fully understand why they use 5 pin DIN connectors...
BTW, do you think i could use the below cable, which is made for audio signals,
to replace the on the shelf cable which comes stock with that power supply?
The cable you show is for audio interface. Off the top of my head, I honestly don't know if the cable portion is built different (shielding?) than one you would use for power. Hopefully someone else can chime in, or try googling.
"I know just enough to get into trouble. But not enough to get out of it."
Other than an undefined dampened 5-pin DIN connector, there is no other information about the cable. Tough to make an opinion about the worth of the unknown cable vs. the stock cable, of which one also needs information about for a (still unqualified) comparison of the two. Even the notion of a vibration dampened connector is questionable, since the unknown vibration dampening method/material may cause more harm than good if it's done willy-nilly for the sake of a marketing point. The reputation of Premiere brand cables might be helpful, in this case.
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