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Hello to all.
Been trying to find an off-the-shelf plug to remake a "memory-unit" for my CBS rIIz audimaxs. Have seen these plugs on relays, but they are bonded on and will be tricky to remove. If anyone can suggest a source I would be extremely grateful.
The plastic base is 1.25in dia and the pins are 7/8in apart.
Thanks in advance.
BTW, If anyone fancies a schematic for an audimax I have the 6386 rIIz vari-mu and a solid-state/nuvistor hybrid schematics.
"actually, I'm not a trained technician at all, I used to play piano in a brothel but business was bad, so..."
Ya want one? -Skycraft has them locally. -My sister is coming over here and returning to the UK in July, she can bring one over for you and mail it from there, if that helps... let me know! -I got a couple to Jenrick a while ago, he should be able to confirm if they're the right type or not.
The old believe everything; the middle aged suspect everything, and the young know everything.
yeah, that's the one (just saw the picture) -how many ya need?
That's a world-record for a reply isn't it? 2 minutes! I'm 'phoning Norris McQuirter!
I'd like 2 plugs please Keith. Would like to get my grubby mits on them soon, so I may pay for postage.
Nice goin Thermionic, you just knocked poor Keith off the surplus wagon. Now his kid is going to have to go to a junior college the first two years!
Yes, the ones Keith sent me are the ones you are looking for. Her sent me the plug AND the base! What a guy.
PS: It's not an octal plug, it's really an Undecal plug! How many can remember that from highschool!
I can't remember what school I went to, let alone anything they may have tried to teach me..!!
-Woss that, then?
Some big red brick building me mum used to leave me at.
Actually I looked that up in my Thomas Glover pocket ref, you know, the small black book that all the nerds carry by their pocket protectors,...
If you want to keep Keith on the surplus wagon, you can get the plugs and sockets from Allied Electronics. Page 383 in the catalog if you have one. They even have the cans that you snap over the plugs.
They are called MIP sockets and CP plugs. The cans are under "Plug and Socket Connectors"
I'm just a blue collar fool
Who never finished school
I did my learnin at the old truck stop
I didn't learn too much
A gear shift and a clutch
Was the only education I got