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Core Sound 7-Pin Interface Cables for Sony Portable DATs

Our cables can be used to "daisychain" between Sony portable DAT machines (other brands too). For example, if you were dubbing from a DAT deck and someone else wanted to dub from you at the same time, you'd use a daisychain. And if someone was recording using microphones at a concert and you wanted to take a digital feed from him and pass it on to another taper, you'd again use a daisychain.

The daisychain would look like this:

The first DAT machine would use a 7-Pin-to-Coax cable to output its digital data stream. The second machine would use a 7-Pin-Coax-I/O cable. A simple RCA-coax-to-RCA-coax barrel would connect the first cable to the input side of the second cable. The third DAT deck could also use a 7-Pin-Coax-I/O cable and hook up the same way as the second deck. The last deck in the chain could use either a 7-Pin-Coax-I/O cable or a Coax-to-7-Pin cable.

If you were dubbing a tape that had SCMS limitations, an SCMS stripper could be inserted anywhere in the daisychain.



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