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Maplin 3.5mm Jack to 5 pin DIN Cable 1.5m

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Product overview

• Ideal as an audio or video cable
• 5 pin DIN terminal
• 3 pole Jack terminal with left, right and ground contacts
• Gold-plated connectors
• Durable and highly flexible outer jacket
• 5 Year Warranty

DIN is a highly versatile terminal used to connect analogue speaker systems, digital MIDI interfaces for computers to musical instruments, and sees application as a data and power cable.
This is a specialised cable, allowing 3.5mm Jack output audio devices to connect to legacy music equipment that uses a DIN connector.

The Maplin Range – Premium construction and specification, with marketing leading cable technologies.
The Maplin Cable range delivers the latest technology first and foremost, ensuring compatibility with the latest hardware standards.
Our Maplin cables feature fully wired connectors and shielded cables where required throughout the range, delivering high fidelity audio and video signals across a vast range of connectors and dedicated adapters.
The Maplin cable range features hard wearing cable construction, with colour-coded, compact connectors available for almost any use. All Maplin cables are quality assured, with a 5 year warranty across the range.

Is this a mini DIN cable? What is the pin configuration?

Asked by: UK16Tim
It's an industry standard 5 pin din with the pins arranged in a 180° arc
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-06-10

Which pin on the DIN plug does each pole ( i.e. tip, ring and sleeve ) of the 3.5mm plug connect to ?

Asked by: Paul
As you look at it with the pins in the upper half, the two pins in the right hand half at (2 & 3 o'clock) positions are audio line in. The opposite two at (9 & 10) o'clock positions are line out
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-01-27

What is the specification for the pins in the DIN plug ie: which pins are the output and which are input?

Asked by: Jossdickie
As you look at it with the pins in the upper half, the two pins in the right hand half at (2 & 3 o'clock) positions are audio line in. The opposite two at (9 & 10) o'clock positions are line out
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2015-08-05
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