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post #1 of 3 Old 07-25-2013, 10:01 AM - Thread Starter
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I just learned today that you can use the 0 & 180 outputs together with a "special" cable to output a balanced XLR connection to your sub (assuming your sub has XLR input).

However, the "special" cable is like $90. So I googled around and found this:

http://www.seismicaudiospeakers.com/XLR-Y-Splitter-Cables-6-inches-p/sa-y6.htm

After speaking with the technician at seismic audio, and telling him what i was trying to achieve, he gave me this information and told me he thinks it should be the same cable as the original:
http://verkkokauppa.planeetta.net/epages/Planeetta.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/vlsi/Products/80336

Here is the information the siesmic tech gave me on the pin configuration:
Pin 1 is the ground, Pin 2 is connected to the Red/Right RCA and Pin 3 is connected to the White/Left RCA

I have an email out to DSPeaker to see if they will tell me the pin configuration of their cable.

Any bets on whether this works or not?
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You might check out Blue Jeans Cable, I think they have a similar cable that does the same as the DSPeaker. It also is a little cheaper.
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Just heard back from DSPeaker:

RCA 0-out (red) to XLR pin 2

RCA 180-out (white) to XLR pin 3

RCA ground to XLR pin 1


So they are, infact, the same cable.
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