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Core Sound 7-Pin Interface Cables for Sony Portable DATs
DAISYCHAINING TIPS!

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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