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AH-D7000 , how many wires are soldered to the 1/4" plug ? Help

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Anybody opened the plug or the wires of the AH-D7000? How many wires get to the 1/4"  plug ( can't open it, even I saw a picture of an open one online )  is it 2 or 4  wires? I need to replace it with a 4 pin XLR , but need to know if it's got + & - for the left and the right, that reach the provided plug, as I do not wish to rewire them completely. Anybody who just replaced with XLR without rewiring might have my answer. Thanks

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I have re-terminated my D7000 cable with 4-pin XLR to use it with my balanced amp (WA22).  There are for sure 4 conductors in the cable.  You can see some pics here  http://www.head-fi.org/t/250230/cable-differences-between-denon-ah-d5000-and-ah-d2000-w-pic/15

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There always has to be at least 3 conductors, never 2, in a stereo headphone; and that's for single-sided entry. All dual entry stereo headphones have at least 4 conductors somewhere in the chain, +/- for each driver; though they may be merged into 3 connectors down the cable since 3.5mm and 6.3mm plugs are 3-conductor (usually).


Edited by soundstige - 6/25/12 at 3:23pm
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Originally Posted by KZCloud89 View Post

I have re-terminated my D7000 cable with 4-pin XLR to use it with my balanced amp (WA22).  There are for sure 4 conductors in the cable.  You can see some pics here  http://www.head-fi.org/t/250230/cable-differences-between-denon-ah-d5000-and-ah-d2000-w-pic/15


Thanks, I need to terminate mine also with a 4-pin XLR, and I was not sure about the wire.

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