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Denon AH-7100D rewite to 4-pin Neutrik, Before I cut the plug off..

post #1 of 5
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Before I cut the stock 1/4" plug off does it have 4 wires at the terminal end? I know the 7000D did. Are there 2 blacks a red and a white? What's what? both blacks - the red r+ white l+?

Thanks

 

I will be doing this to the non in-line remote/mic cable. 

post #2 of 5

Yes it has four wires. I don't remember what colors they are but it's not hard to figure out what is what if you have a multi-meter.

post #3 of 5
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Sounds good, thanks. I'll use my multi meter to check for impedence. Any way to tell which is positive and negative? For full size speakers I use a 9v battery. If the sub pops out the positive on the battery terminal is positive speaker wire, if it sucks in its backwards. I suppose I could try this with a AAA battery w/o damaging the driver...If I can even see the driver move on the 7100 that is.

post #4 of 5

All you have to do is test for continuity since the cable detaches. Tip of the connector at the headphone end is positive so just find the wire that passes a signal when you touch both ends.

 

BTW, I just unscrewed the XLR on mine and the wires are red, white and two blacks. red is R+, white is L+ and you just have to figure out which is which on the blacks.

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