CENTRONICS CONNECTORS

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N9LCD
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CENTRONICS CONNECTORS

Post by N9LCD » Mon Feb 14, 2011 4:47 pm

I have a receiver that requires a 7-contact Centronics type connector (made of unobtainium) for line audio output.

Q: Do all Centronics style connectors have the same contact size and spacing? I'm thinking of cutting a larger connector, possibly from an old printer cable, down to 7 contacts.

Thanks!

N9LCD

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7 pin centronics ? ? ?

Post by KB3LMV » Thu Feb 17, 2011 2:52 pm

Hi Gerald
Is the connector in question a 4+3 pin or 7+7 pin.Centronics made 14,36(printer)&50(scsi) all of which are still available,7,18,& 25 rows of 2.Anything else is probably propritory so GOOD LUCK.There is always a DB 9 or 6Pin Mini Din keyboard plug & jack.
73 4 now
Paul
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K9IJ
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7 Pin Centronics connector

Post by K9IJ » Fri Feb 18, 2011 3:43 am

Could you post a picture, somewhere, of the mating connector on the receiver?

John - K9IJ

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Post by k9yli » Sun Feb 27, 2011 2:28 pm

I guess you could always replace both sides with a common plug jack combination if keeping the radio "original" is not aproblem..

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