I found some old headphones the other day: A pair of Philips N6325's. I really want to test this baby out, but unfortunately, the plug output is a 5-pin "domino" DIN, and my limited knowledge gives me little guidence on what to do.
I understand that these plugs were used in Europe a while back, and I can't find any adapters out there on the web. I read that the N6325 was made from 1978 to 1982 or something like that, but that's pretty much all I know about it, besides my mom's vague recollections.
Does anyone have any idea where one could find a proper adapter for listening to these headphones? Or, do you know if the effort would even be worth it? They appear to be in very good shape; I would hate to have to just junk it.
Specs taken from the original box:
Frequency Range: 20-22.000 Hz
Impedance: 1.000 Ohm at 500 Hz
Sensitivity: 104 dB SPL at 500 Hz and 1 V (^= 1 mW)
Input Voltage: min. 0.5 V; max. 4 V
Any help is much appreciated!
PS: I opened up that box attached to the cord. It appears to be a device designed for converting a 3-wire connection (from the earcup to the box) to a 4-wire connection (from the box to the 5-pin domino DIN). I'll post pictures of this soon.