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Orangemxz

home brew dsp to Rca connectors

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Orangemxz

20190302_145121.jpg I thought I would post these pics. I decided to make my own. Not the prettiest thing but they work great. If you know how to plug in a soldering iron you can pretty much make em. Cost was about $36.20190302_144659.jpg20190302_144656.jpg20190302_134844.jpg

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Blenderhead

Awesome! Huge money savings with doing those yourself vs. buying the Exile ones.  Good job.

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DDSurfer

Nice work, if you want to introduce some competition into the market (vs. Exile) I'm a buyer. 

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Orangemxz

I bought a few more to make for that reason. Just have to find the time lol

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shawndoggy

To do it a little cleaner (without needing to bend all the pins) consider getting some molex header pins to put on the wires. I’d still use the heatshrink like you did over the wire/pin interface. 

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Orangemxz

those would work but I wanted to avoid additional connections. I realized after the fact that I could pull the pins out solder and reinsert them. With that method going forward they will be  alot cleaner looking.

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Ronnie

Or just solder the mating connectors on the pins without bending them. 2B773AB6-3450-4D4C-B794-92A3AACF01C8.jpeg

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Orangemxz

Nice those are super clean

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boardjnky4

Can anyone tell me which pins to solder which wires to? I have everything I need, but not sure which pins should be paired together and which would be the +/-.

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pbnj429

Do you guys have the plug part number. I have an 18 22MXZ and have been looking for a dealer to retune my amps the boat sounds like crap. I have 4 rev 10s on the G4 tower and now I’m just going to replace the amps and do it myself. Malibu’s biggest mistake was going away from ROckford in my opinion. 

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pbnj429
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Ok guys I started my switch over to new amps here are the part numbers of the connectors I’m using and a 3D printed close out 

8 pin connector for the tower amp is a digikey p/n A106572-ND manufactures p/n 1-776276-1

14 pin connector for the 6 channel amp is a digikey p/n A106523-ND manufactures p/n 1-776262-1

Here are what the backs look like I’ll take more pics after I solder everything together. If you want the file to print shoot me a PM or email and I will send it your way.

 

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Adding pics

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shawndoggy

very clean!

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