Amazon.com.mx:Opiniones de clientes: Cable DIN macho de 5 pines a 3.5 mm TRS estéreo macho, cable de audio estéreo tipo jack para sistema B & O, reproducción del instrumento musical electrónico, señal de salida 1.5 m (1.5 m, 3.5M-5 DIN M)
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I bought this to convert into a TRS type A but this isn't even a TRS type B cable. The wire to midi pin readouts are as follows: Tip = 5, Ring = 3, Sleeve = 2. This connection is really weird. I bough this to take apart anyways. I'm just hoping it works...
Edit: I took the cable apart and solder it and it works but the connections are weird and I'm not sure what devices this is supposed to work for.
My first hint that something was wrong was that the package said "high quality product". When I tried to use the cord to synch my drum machine to my looper pedal, it was clear that there was no signal being transmitted through the cord. As I live in Bermuda, I can't just send the cord back so I took it to an electronics store to see if they could fix it. The technician said there was insufficient wiring within the cord for it to be of any use. I then asked if he could use what was there to splice together a cord that would work but he said that the midi head was useless. For those reasons I don't recommend that you buy this cord. I would otherwise give this cord a zero star rating if that were an option.
For those that wanna know if this will work with their Beosound Century 2000, I can affirm that it does. Many people have commented on how the 5 pins are wired. I can't confirm the actual wiring configuration for this adapter but I can tell you how the AUX port on the Beosound is configured: Pin 1 NC Pin 2 Signal ground Pin 3 AF in left 0.25-2V RM5 47kO Pin 4 N.C. Pin 5 AF in right O.25-2V RMS 47kO Pin 6 N.C. Pin 7 N.C
So I'm assuming the 3/5 pins are wired correctly as it works with the Beosound. Hope this helps! I used this to connect to a bluetooth adapter and it works great.
Inherited a 50 year old German Nordmende Stereo console and used this cable to connect an Echo to the 5 pin phono input. To my surprise it worked perfectly! I have brought this relic into the 21st century!
It turns out that this type of cable does not work for what I wanted it. Is not that the connectors dont work. The problem is the internal souldering. I needed a TYPE A. And I guess that is a TYPE B?. The reason a give a low review is the lack of information about the cable itself. It should say the TYPE. That been said I have no idea if the cable is good or not, because I cannot use it with the device that I have. Cheers