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beogram 5000 5din connector

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dkwrnr
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dkwrnr posted on Fri, Jun 26 2020 7:47 PM

hello,

I apologize for the rookie question, but I have the 5 pin to RCA cable adaptor, and the RCA side has a black and grey connector. Question is; which color is for left or right?

 

newbie,

DW

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sonavor
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Hi,

The black RCA plug is the right channel and the grey plug is the left.  It always used to confuse me as well. Plus the owner's manual on the Beogram turntables don't show RCA plugs. 

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This question got my curiosity up about any Bang & Olufsen documentation on the non-DIN plug phono connections of Beograms. After going through several Beogram user manuals without any success I finally came across the Beogram 6002. Its manual does include a paragraph about the B&O DIN to RCA adapter and does spell out that the grey plug is for the left channel and the black plug is for the right channel. :-)

So do the user manuals for the Beogram 8000 and 8002 turntables.

If anyone knows of other B&O user manuals that provide that information it would be interesting to know.

-sonavor

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Dillen replied on Fri, Jun 26 2020 10:09 PM

L and R are often cast into the plug material if it's an original captured B&O RCA cable (which is not the case with Beogram 5000).

The lightest color is always left.
Grey/Black = Grey is left
White/Red = White is left.

Martin

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dkwrnr replied on Fri, Jun 26 2020 10:24 PM

Thanks one and all

 

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