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RE X9000 Consolette: Pinout of DB25 needed

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RE X9000 Consolette: Pinout of DB25 needed

Postby George » Fri Jun 30, 2017 7:46 am

I am looking for a pinout or a print for the DB25 on the back of an X9000 consolette.

This is the connector used for the DGT9000 remotes.

Does anyone have a print of that connector and any circuit board behind the connector?

Is the SB9600 bus located on the DB25? I would imagine it is due to the DGT9000 remote.

How is audio buffered to and from the remote, if at all.

Anyone have this?

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