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iem pin connector signal/ground confusion

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im diying my own iem cable,i got some iem-pin-connector that was marked as weston/ue/um connector

im confused becoz :

 

-i dont know which pin is signal or ground (connector has 2 pin that look identical)

-1 thought ue or weston or um use different pin thickness,how come my connector units are advertised as a multi-brand connector

 

any expert plz help,thankx in advance

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The UE cable configuration.....

Right channel....... Front Pin is negative, Rear Pin is Positive (Front/Rear Identification when the IEMs are in your ears)

Left Channel  ........Front pin is Positive, Rear Pin is Negative (Front/Rear Identification when the IEMs are in your ears)

 

Hope this helps....

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