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    Rca to 5 pin din. Rightmost pin is "hot", middle pin is ground. Shield is ground also. Commodore 64 video cable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2icebitn View Post
    Rca to 5 pin din. Rightmost pin is "hot"...
    Very vague!

    How is anyone supposed to know what the orientation you are referring to is without some sort of description?
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    Commodore 64 audio cable perhaps. In case you're using the RF output for video but want a separate line level audio to go into recording equipment maybe? Or perhaps the same purpose but for the Atari 800.

    Or it might just be a very old DIN 5 audio to mono RCA adapter. Commodore didn't invent the DIN 5 connector, it was previously used for audio cables on old stereo equipment. 1960's I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgober View Post
    Or it might just be a very old DIN 5 audio to mono RCA adapter. Commodore didn't invent the DIN 5 connector, it was previously used for audio cables on old stereo equipment. 1960's I think.
    Until '80s in Europe.

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