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  • Adrian Earnshaw
    Well this subject just will not go away, thankfully. I have tried to get a response from Korg UK but it doesn t look as though they can get the cables for me
    Message 1 of 24 , Nov 2, 2003
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      Well this subject just will not go away, thankfully. I have tried to get a
      response from Korg UK but it doesn't look as though they can get the cables
      for me either.

      This is going to be a major issue if heaven forbid any of the cables broke
      with wear and tear, thus meaning a new soundcard. Anyone else got any ideas
      or managed to strip a spare plug down to examine the wiring. As it looks as
      though we are not going to get much joy elsewhere.

      Adrian
      -----Original Message-----
      From: replicant3333 [mailto:replicant333@...]
      Sent: 22 October 2003 12:29
      To: oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [oasys-pci] Re: Breakout cables


      Would be great if you could find the time to come back on this Dan.

      I've now received a mail from Korg's representative in Sweden and they
      have tried to
      order the cable but without success.

      So even if I'm standing here SHOUTING, I would think this could be an
      issue for us all
      in the future, should the cable break or get lost...

      Cheers
      Joakim

      --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, Dan Phillips <dan@k...> wrote:
      > Hello all,
      >
      > A few notes on the topic of breakout cables.
      >
      > 1. Korg Distributors are listed on the Korg Inc. website at:
      >
      > http://www.korg.co.jp/company/distributors.html
      >
      > These folks should always respond to you, and should in
      > general be able to take care of any service needs. If they
      > do not respond to email messages, try contacting them
      > by phone; this is always a good idea with any company.
      >
      > 2. It's probably possible for me to find cable diagrams.
      > However, I would actually much prefer if we could simply
      > find stock in the cables themselves. I'm looking into
      > this at the moment, and will let you know when/if I have
      > more information.
      >
      > Best Regards,
      >
      > Dan Phillips
      > Product Manager, Korg Research and Development
      > Personal website: http://www.danphillips.com


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    • Joe F
      I ve had my Oasys installed for about 2 years and I ve only touched the cables 2 or 3 times. The only wires that ever wear out in my setup are instrument
      Message 2 of 24 , Nov 2, 2003
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        I've had my Oasys installed for about 2 years and I've only touched the
        cables 2 or 3 times. The only wires that ever wear out in my setup are
        instrument cables that get stepped on or disconnected and put away.

        If you're going to worry about it you can get a patch bay. If you swap
        connections frequently you should have one anyway.

        If you can't live without a backup then while your cable is still good you
        should get a multimeter or continuity tester and figure out the pinout.

        You can also take the cable to a tech and have them make you a new one.

        If the very worst happens and both the analog and digital cables dry out and
        fail, say in 2025, you'd still have 8 channels of ADAT I/O built right onto
        the card.

        Don't worry - Be happy!

        Joe F.


        On 11/2/03 4:10 AM, "Adrian Earnshaw" wrote:
        > Well this subject just will not go away, thankfully. I have tried to get a
        > response from Korg UK but it doesn't look as though they can get the cables
        > for me either.
        >
        > This is going to be a major issue if heaven forbid any of the cables broke
        > with wear and tear, thus meaning a new soundcard. Anyone else got any ideas
        > or managed to strip a spare plug down to examine the wiring. As it looks as
        > though we are not going to get much joy elsewhere.
        >
        > Adrian
        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: replicant3333 [mailto:replicant333@...]
        > Sent: 22 October 2003 12:29
        > To: oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com
        > Subject: [oasys-pci] Re: Breakout cables
        >
        >
        > Would be great if you could find the time to come back on this Dan.
        >
        > I've now received a mail from Korg's representative in Sweden and they
        > have tried to
        > order the cable but without success.
        >
        > So even if I'm standing here SHOUTING, I would think this could be an
        > issue for us all
        > in the future, should the cable break or get lost...
        >
        > Cheers
        > Joakim
        >
        > --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, Dan Phillips <dan@k...> wrote:
        >> Hello all,
        >>
        >> A few notes on the topic of breakout cables.
        >>
        >> 1. Korg Distributors are listed on the Korg Inc. website at:
        >>
        >> http://www.korg.co.jp/company/distributors.html
        >>
        >> These folks should always respond to you, and should in
        >> general be able to take care of any service needs. If they
        >> do not respond to email messages, try contacting them
        >> by phone; this is always a good idea with any company.
        >>
        >> 2. It's probably possible for me to find cable diagrams.
        >> However, I would actually much prefer if we could simply
        >> find stock in the cables themselves. I'm looking into
        >> this at the moment, and will let you know when/if I have
        >> more information.
        >>
        >> Best Regards,
        >>
        >> Dan Phillips
        >> Product Manager, Korg Research and Development
        >> Personal website: http://www.danphillips.com
      • replicant3333
        This upsets me. Do you find my situation funny??? If so, I m must admit I miss your point AND your sense of humour. So everything is working out fine for you,
        Message 3 of 24 , Nov 2, 2003
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          This upsets me. Do you find my situation funny??? If so, I'm must admit I miss your
          point AND your sense of humour. So everything is working out fine for you, and you
          have the cables. How very nice for you, but the point of your post is?????

          I am missing the breakoutcable, since the guy I bought my OASYS from didn't send
          me the cable - huh!! I assume that most people have the cable, but if you would like
          to confirm that you have the breakout cable, please do so. I've been searching this
          cable for almost a year now...

          getting tired
          Joakim
          --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, Joe F <joef1@m...> wrote:
          > I've had my Oasys installed for about 2 years and I've only touched the
          > cables 2 or 3 times. The only wires that ever wear out in my setup are
          > instrument cables that get stepped on or disconnected and put away.
          >
          > If you're going to worry about it you can get a patch bay. If you swap
          > connections frequently you should have one anyway.
          >
          > If you can't live without a backup then while your cable is still good you
          > should get a multimeter or continuity tester and figure out the pinout.
          >
          > You can also take the cable to a tech and have them make you a new one.
          >
          > If the very worst happens and both the analog and digital cables dry out and
          > fail, say in 2025, you'd still have 8 channels of ADAT I/O built right onto
          > the card.
          >
          > Don't worry - Be happy!
          >
          > Joe F.
          >
          >
          > On 11/2/03 4:10 AM, "Adrian Earnshaw" wrote:
          > > Well this subject just will not go away, thankfully. I have tried to get a
          > > response from Korg UK but it doesn't look as though they can get the cables
          > > for me either.
          > >
          > > This is going to be a major issue if heaven forbid any of the cables broke
          > > with wear and tear, thus meaning a new soundcard. Anyone else got any ideas
          > > or managed to strip a spare plug down to examine the wiring. As it looks as
          > > though we are not going to get much joy elsewhere.
          > >
          > > Adrian
          > > -----Original Message-----
          > > From: replicant3333 [mailto:replicant333@h...]
          > > Sent: 22 October 2003 12:29
          > > To: oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com
          > > Subject: [oasys-pci] Re: Breakout cables
          > >
          > >
          > > Would be great if you could find the time to come back on this Dan.
          > >
          > > I've now received a mail from Korg's representative in Sweden and they
          > > have tried to
          > > order the cable but without success.
          > >
          > > So even if I'm standing here SHOUTING, I would think this could be an
          > > issue for us all
          > > in the future, should the cable break or get lost...
          > >
          > > Cheers
          > > Joakim
          > >
          > > --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, Dan Phillips <dan@k...> wrote:
          > >> Hello all,
          > >>
          > >> A few notes on the topic of breakout cables.
          > >>
          > >> 1. Korg Distributors are listed on the Korg Inc. website at:
          > >>
          > >> http://www.korg.co.jp/company/distributors.html
          > >>
          > >> These folks should always respond to you, and should in
          > >> general be able to take care of any service needs. If they
          > >> do not respond to email messages, try contacting them
          > >> by phone; this is always a good idea with any company.
          > >>
          > >> 2. It's probably possible for me to find cable diagrams.
          > >> However, I would actually much prefer if we could simply
          > >> find stock in the cables themselves. I'm looking into
          > >> this at the moment, and will let you know when/if I have
          > >> more information.
          > >>
          > >> Best Regards,
          > >>
          > >> Dan Phillips
          > >> Product Manager, Korg Research and Development
          > >> Personal website: http://www.danphillips.com
        • C.H.H.
          If I were you, I d be really, really pissed. I bought a Korg Triton on ebay and the guy didn t send the power adapter, which is unlike anything else on earth
          Message 4 of 24 , Nov 2, 2003
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            If I were you, I'd be really, really pissed. I bought a Korg Triton on ebay and the guy didn't send the power adapter, which is unlike anything else on earth because God forbid someone need something related to a Triton and Korg not be able to collect on account of their misfortune. Fortunately, I was able to purchase an adapter for the low, low price of $60 from some Korg supplier. I don't know where in the world you would get a breakout cable.

            Good luck with it. I can understand your frustration.


            ----- Original Message -----
            From: replicant3333
            To: oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com
            Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2003 4:38 PM
            Subject: [oasys-pci] Re: Breakout cables


            This upsets me. Do you find my situation funny??? If so, I'm must admit I miss your
            point AND your sense of humour. So everything is working out fine for you, and you
            have the cables. How very nice for you, but the point of your post is?????

            I am missing the breakoutcable, since the guy I bought my OASYS from didn't send
            me the cable - huh!! I assume that most people have the cable, but if you would like
            to confirm that you have the breakout cable, please do so. I've been searching this
            cable for almost a year now...

            getting tired
            Joakim
            --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, Joe F <joef1@m...> wrote:
            > I've had my Oasys installed for about 2 years and I've only touched the
            > cables 2 or 3 times. The only wires that ever wear out in my setup are
            > instrument cables that get stepped on or disconnected and put away.
            >
            > If you're going to worry about it you can get a patch bay. If you swap
            > connections frequently you should have one anyway.
            >
            > If you can't live without a backup then while your cable is still good you
            > should get a multimeter or continuity tester and figure out the pinout.
            >
            > You can also take the cable to a tech and have them make you a new one.
            >
            > If the very worst happens and both the analog and digital cables dry out and
            > fail, say in 2025, you'd still have 8 channels of ADAT I/O built right onto
            > the card.
            >
            > Don't worry - Be happy!
            >
            > Joe F.
            >
            >
            > On 11/2/03 4:10 AM, "Adrian Earnshaw" wrote:
            > > Well this subject just will not go away, thankfully. I have tried to get a
            > > response from Korg UK but it doesn't look as though they can get the cables
            > > for me either.
            > >
            > > This is going to be a major issue if heaven forbid any of the cables broke
            > > with wear and tear, thus meaning a new soundcard. Anyone else got any ideas
            > > or managed to strip a spare plug down to examine the wiring. As it looks as
            > > though we are not going to get much joy elsewhere.
            > >
            > > Adrian
            > > -----Original Message-----
            > > From: replicant3333 [mailto:replicant333@h...]
            > > Sent: 22 October 2003 12:29
            > > To: oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com
            > > Subject: [oasys-pci] Re: Breakout cables
            > >
            > >
            > > Would be great if you could find the time to come back on this Dan.
            > >
            > > I've now received a mail from Korg's representative in Sweden and they
            > > have tried to
            > > order the cable but without success.
            > >
            > > So even if I'm standing here SHOUTING, I would think this could be an
            > > issue for us all
            > > in the future, should the cable break or get lost...
            > >
            > > Cheers
            > > Joakim
            > >
            > > --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, Dan Phillips <dan@k...> wrote:
            > >> Hello all,
            > >>
            > >> A few notes on the topic of breakout cables.
            > >>
            > >> 1. Korg Distributors are listed on the Korg Inc. website at:
            > >>
            > >> http://www.korg.co.jp/company/distributors.html
            > >>
            > >> These folks should always respond to you, and should in
            > >> general be able to take care of any service needs. If they
            > >> do not respond to email messages, try contacting them
            > >> by phone; this is always a good idea with any company.
            > >>
            > >> 2. It's probably possible for me to find cable diagrams.
            > >> However, I would actually much prefer if we could simply
            > >> find stock in the cables themselves. I'm looking into
            > >> this at the moment, and will let you know when/if I have
            > >> more information.
            > >>
            > >> Best Regards,
            > >>
            > >> Dan Phillips
            > >> Product Manager, Korg Research and Development
            > >> Personal website: http://www.danphillips.com


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          • Joe F
            Well, sorry Joakim. I didn t understand that you had no cable at all. So all this time you ve had an Oasys just sitting in your machine? Besides that, there s
            Message 5 of 24 , Nov 2, 2003
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              Well, sorry Joakim. I didn't understand that you had no cable at all.

              So all this time you've had an Oasys just sitting in your machine?

              Besides that, there's nothing funny about my suggestions. You can use the
              ADAT connections without the breakout cables, you just need something to
              connect them to.

              If you're not getting a response I'd keep harassing people. The guy you
              bought the card from, Korg UK, Korg US, and anyone else you can find. If
              it's really been a year I'd say you've been too patient.

              If you've exhausted all other avenues and Dan Phillips says he'll look into
              it you can't do much better than that.

              Joe F.

              On 11/2/03 4:38 PM, "replicant3333" wrote:

              > This upsets me. Do you find my situation funny??? If so, I'm must admit I miss
              > your point AND your sense of humour. So everything is working out fine for
              > you, and you have the cables. How very nice for you, but the point of your
              > post is?????
              >
              > I am missing the breakoutcable, since the guy I bought my OASYS from didn't
              > send me the cable - huh!! I assume that most people have the cable, but if you
              > would like to confirm that you have the breakout cable, please do so. I've
              > been searching this cable for almost a year now...
              >
              > getting tired Joakim
            • Scott Harris
              I ll try to get a pin-out diagram to you. I have a multi-meter and will give you a note when I get to it. Givbe me until Wednesday. - Scott ... From: Joe F
              Message 6 of 24 , Nov 2, 2003
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                I'll try to get a pin-out diagram to you. I have a multi-meter and will give you a note when I get to it. Givbe me until Wednesday. - Scott

                ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
                From: Joe F <joef1@...>
                Reply-To: oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com
                Date: Sun, 02 Nov 2003 18:30:15 -0500

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                ><tt>
                >Well, sorry Joakim. I didn't understand that you had no cable at all.<BR>
                ><BR>
                >So all this time you've had an Oasys just sitting in your machine?<BR>
                ><BR>
                >Besides that, there's nothing funny about my suggestions. You can use the<BR>
                >ADAT connections without the breakout cables, you just need something to<BR>
                >connect them to.<BR>
                ><BR>
                >If you're not getting a response I'd keep harassing people. The guy you<BR>
                >bought the card from, Korg UK, Korg US, and anyone else you can find. If<BR>
                >it's really been a year I'd say you've been too patient.<BR>
                ><BR>
                >If you've exhausted all other avenues and Dan Phillips says he'll look into<BR>
                >it you can't do much better than that.<BR>
                ><BR>
                >Joe F.<BR>
                ><BR>
                >On 11/2/03 4:38 PM, "replicant3333" wrote:<BR>
                ><BR>
                >> This upsets me. Do you find my situation funny??? If so, I'm must admit I miss<BR>
                >> your point AND your sense of humour. So everything is working out fine for<BR>
                >> you, and you have the cables. How very nice for you, but the point of your<BR>
                >> post is?????<BR>
                >> <BR>
                >> I am missing the breakoutcable, since the guy I bought my OASYS from didn't<BR>
                >> send me the cable - huh!! I assume that most people have the cable, but if you<BR>
                >> would like to confirm that you have the breakout cable, please do so. I've<BR>
                >> been searching this cable for almost a year now...<BR>
                >> <BR>
                >> getting tired Joakim<BR>
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              • danatkorg
                Hello folks - After talking with some people internally, I believe that I can help to facilitate Korg getting breakout cables to those who need them. Korg will
                Message 7 of 24 , Nov 2, 2003
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                  Hello folks -

                  After talking with some people internally, I believe that I can help to facilitate Korg
                  getting breakout cables to those who need them. Korg will likely still charge a nominal
                  fee. This apparently needs to be done through the distributors, so it may take a little
                  time.

                  Those who need breakout cables, please send mail to me directly, at
                  dan@....

                  - Dan
                • Nick Rothwell
                  ... Post the details here as well - I ll double-check against one of my cables. It *is* possible to solder up the mini-DIN connectors oneself, but it s a
                  Message 8 of 24 , Nov 3, 2003
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                    > I'll try to get a pin-out diagram to you. I have a multi-meter and
                    > will give you a note when I get to it. Givbe me until Wednesday.

                    Post the details here as well - I'll double-check against one of my
                    cables.

                    It *is* possible to solder up the mini-DIN connectors oneself, but
                    it's a *very* fiddly process.

                    --

                    nick rothwell -- composition, systems, performance -- http://www.cassiel.com
                  • replicant3333
                    Thanks Scott, would really appreciate it!! /Joakim ... note when I get to it. Givbe me until Wednesday. - Scott ... miss ... for ... didn t ...
                    Message 9 of 24 , Nov 3, 2003
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                      Thanks Scott, would really appreciate it!!

                      /Joakim

                      --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, "Scott Harris" <SCHARRIS@I...> wrote:
                      >
                      > I'll try to get a pin-out diagram to you. I have a multi-meter and will give you a
                      note when I get to it. Givbe me until Wednesday. - Scott
                      >
                      > ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
                      > From: Joe F <joef1@m...>
                      > Reply-To: oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com
                      > Date: Sun, 02 Nov 2003 18:30:15 -0500
                      >
                      > ><html><body>
                      > >
                      > >
                      > ><tt>
                      > >Well, sorry Joakim. I didn't understand that you had no cable at all.<BR>
                      > ><BR>
                      > >So all this time you've had an Oasys just sitting in your machine?<BR>
                      > ><BR>
                      > >Besides that, there's nothing funny about my suggestions. You can use the<BR>
                      > >ADAT connections without the breakout cables, you just need something to<BR>
                      > >connect them to.<BR>
                      > ><BR>
                      > >If you're not getting a response I'd keep harassing people. The guy you<BR>
                      > >bought the card from, Korg UK, Korg US, and anyone else you can find. If<BR>
                      > >it's really been a year I'd say you've been too patient.<BR>
                      > ><BR>
                      > >If you've exhausted all other avenues and Dan Phillips says he'll look into<BR>
                      > >it you can't do much better than that.<BR>
                      > ><BR>
                      > >Joe F.<BR>
                      > ><BR>
                      > >On 11/2/03 4:38 PM, "replicant3333" wrote:<BR>
                      > ><BR>
                      > >> This upsets me. Do you find my situation funny??? If so, I'm must admit I
                      miss<BR>
                      > >> your point AND your sense of humour. So everything is working out fine
                      for<BR>
                      > >> you, and you have the cables. How very nice for you, but the point of your<BR>
                      > >> post is?????<BR>
                      > >> <BR>
                      > >> I am missing the breakoutcable, since the guy I bought my OASYS from
                      didn't<BR>
                      > >> send me the cable - huh!! I assume that most people have the cable, but if
                      you<BR>
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                    • replicant3333
                      My faith lies in Dan s and Scott s hands :) It s not just been sitting there. At first I tried to get my MDD 2x1.25 to recognize the OASYS, but that didn t
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                        My faith lies in Dan's and Scott's hands :)

                        It's not just been sitting there. At first I tried to get my MDD 2x1.25 to recognize the
                        OASYS, but that didn't turn out as expected so it went inside my PC instead.

                        I have it hooked up to my RME-Multiface via ADAT. Thing is I want to use VSTSystem
                        link between my MDD 1.25 and Win98 pc.
                        I am able to get it up and running with VSTSystemlink from time to time, but I
                        sometimes get leakage noise on all ADAT-channels when I use one of the ADAT-
                        channels for sync, and would much rather use the word-clock from my OASYS.
                        I also depend on SystemLink for midi (but when SystemLink fails (which it does) I
                        resort to getting midi from RME <-> AMT8 <-> PCserielport. This is the only reason
                        that I'm holding on the AMT8.)

                        And just to spice everything up I've now thrown a DS2416 into the same machine as I
                        have the OASYS in, just couldn't resist getting one when prices are soo low on those.

                        Take care
                        Joakim
                        --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, Joe F <joef1@m...> wrote:
                        > Well, sorry Joakim. I didn't understand that you had no cable at all.
                        >
                        > So all this time you've had an Oasys just sitting in your machine?
                        >
                        > Besides that, there's nothing funny about my suggestions. You can use the
                        > ADAT connections without the breakout cables, you just need something to
                        > connect them to.
                        >
                        > If you're not getting a response I'd keep harassing people. The guy you
                        > bought the card from, Korg UK, Korg US, and anyone else you can find. If
                        > it's really been a year I'd say you've been too patient.
                        >
                        > If you've exhausted all other avenues and Dan Phillips says he'll look into
                        > it you can't do much better than that.
                        >
                        > Joe F.
                        >
                        > On 11/2/03 4:38 PM, "replicant3333" wrote:
                        >
                        > > This upsets me. Do you find my situation funny??? If so, I'm must admit I miss
                        > > your point AND your sense of humour. So everything is working out fine for
                        > > you, and you have the cables. How very nice for you, but the point of your
                        > > post is?????
                        > >
                        > > I am missing the breakoutcable, since the guy I bought my OASYS from didn't
                        > > send me the cable - huh!! I assume that most people have the cable, but if you
                        > > would like to confirm that you have the breakout cable, please do so. I've
                        > > been searching this cable for almost a year now...
                        > >
                        > > getting tired Joakim
                      • thebabakool
                        Well, I thought this was recently resolved. Go to the Photos section of this group and the first photo is of the wiring for the breakout cable. Nuff said!
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                          Well, I thought this was recently resolved. Go to the "Photos" section of this group and the
                          first photo is of the wiring for the breakout cable. 'Nuff said!


                          --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, Nick Rothwell <nick@c...> wrote:
                          > > I'll try to get a pin-out diagram to you. I have a multi-meter and
                          > > will give you a note when I get to it. Givbe me until Wednesday.
                          >
                          > Post the details here as well - I'll double-check against one of my
                          > cables.
                          >
                          > It *is* possible to solder up the mini-DIN connectors oneself, but
                          > it's a *very* fiddly process.
                          >
                          > --
                          >
                          > nick rothwell -- composition, systems, performance -- http://www.cassiel.com
                        • replicant3333
                          Sigh, Please excuse me, but where s the BNC word clock and ADAT 9-pin sync in/out connectors on that picture? If they are there, we can t be looking at the
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                            Sigh,

                            Please excuse me, but where's the BNC word clock and ADAT 9-pin sync in/out
                            connectors on that picture? If they are there, we can't be looking at the same picture
                            (I assume it's the one called "Audio breakout cable" in the photos section that you are
                            referring to. If not please direct me) Or do I need to print it out and turn it around -
                            and then it would be perfectly clear how this should be attached to the connector on
                            the PCI-bracket??

                            'Nuff said! That attitude is going to get you far, work on it.

                            /Joakim

                            --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, "thebabakool" <guka@o...> wrote:
                            > Well, I thought this was recently resolved. Go to the "Photos" section of this group
                            and the
                            > first photo is of the wiring for the breakout cable. 'Nuff said!
                            >
                            >
                            > --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, Nick Rothwell <nick@c...> wrote:
                            > > > I'll try to get a pin-out diagram to you. I have a multi-meter and
                            > > > will give you a note when I get to it. Givbe me until Wednesday.
                            > >
                            > > Post the details here as well - I'll double-check against one of my
                            > > cables.
                            > >
                            > > It *is* possible to solder up the mini-DIN connectors oneself, but
                            > > it's a *very* fiddly process.
                            > >
                            > > --
                            > >
                            > > nick rothwell -- composition, systems, performance -- http://www.cassiel.com
                          • thebabakool
                            You re right, no digital in photo. Nuff said is not attitude. I m just an old Marvel comics fan. No offense intended.
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                              You're right, no digital in photo. 'Nuff said is not attitude. I'm just an old Marvel comics
                              fan. No offense intended.

                              --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, "replicant3333" <replicant333@h...> wrote:
                              > Sigh,
                              >
                              > Please excuse me, but where's the BNC word clock and ADAT 9-pin sync in/out
                              > connectors on that picture? If they are there, we can't be looking at the same picture
                              > (I assume it's the one called "Audio breakout cable" in the photos section that you are
                              > referring to. If not please direct me) Or do I need to print it out and turn it around -
                              > and then it would be perfectly clear how this should be attached to the connector on
                              > the PCI-bracket??
                              >
                              > 'Nuff said! That attitude is going to get you far, work on it.
                              >
                              > /Joakim
                              >
                            • replicant3333
                              No worries, it just came through that way on this end. Mostly since someone already posted a similar reply a while ago and I thought you were referring to me
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                                No worries,

                                it just came through that way on this end. Mostly since someone already posted a
                                similar reply a while ago and I thought you were referring to me not understanding
                                that the holy grail was within reach and that somebody had already pointed me in
                                that direction. Hence nothing more needed to be said.

                                argh, this is so uninspiring...

                                /Joakim

                                --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, "thebabakool" <guka@o...> wrote:
                                > You're right, no digital in photo. 'Nuff said is not attitude. I'm just an old Marvel
                                comics
                                > fan. No offense intended.
                                >
                                > --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, "replicant3333" <replicant333@h...> wrote:
                                > > Sigh,
                                > >
                                > > Please excuse me, but where's the BNC word clock and ADAT 9-pin sync in/out
                                > > connectors on that picture? If they are there, we can't be looking at the same
                                picture
                                > > (I assume it's the one called "Audio breakout cable" in the photos section that
                                you are
                                > > referring to. If not please direct me) Or do I need to print it out and turn it
                                around -
                                > > and then it would be perfectly clear how this should be attached to the connector
                                on
                                > > the PCI-bracket??
                                > >
                                > > 'Nuff said! That attitude is going to get you far, work on it.
                                > >
                                > > /Joakim
                                > >
                              • Emusic
                                After months of R&D and reverse engineering at a secret Skunk works location, the deepest darkest secrets of the Oasys Digital cable will soon be revealed.
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                                  After months of R&D and reverse engineering at a secret "Skunk" works
                                  location,
                                  the deepest darkest secrets of the Oasys Digital cable will soon be
                                  revealed.
                                  Please stand by for next transmission!
                                • Emusic
                                  Ok I have posted a (very) rough list of the pinouts below. If there are any mistakes let me know! http://www.mindspring.com/~nwalker/oasys.htm Cheers, Nev.
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                                    Ok I have posted a (very) rough list of the pinouts below.
                                    If there are any mistakes let me know!

                                    http://www.mindspring.com/~nwalker/oasys.htm

                                    Cheers,
                                    Nev.
                                  • Joe F
                                    Nice work Nev, but the way to do this is to get it to appear correctly on your computer screen then take a screenshot and post that. That will ensure that
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                                      Nice work Nev, but the way to do this is to get it to appear correctly on
                                      your computer screen then take a screenshot and post that. That will ensure
                                      that everyone sees what you see regardless of what browser, platform, or
                                      fonts they have.

                                      Joe F.

                                      On 11/3/03 4:52 PM, "Emusic" wrote:
                                      > Ok I have posted a (very) rough list of the pinouts below.
                                      > If there are any mistakes let me know!
                                      >
                                      > http://www.mindspring.com/~nwalker/oasys.htm
                                      >
                                      > Cheers,
                                      > Nev.
                                    • Emusic
                                      Oh, so you want it to actually make sense do you? LOL :-0 I think it looks a bit better now. Cheers, Nev. ... From: Joe F [mailto:joef1@mac.com] Sent: Monday,
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                                        Oh, so you want it to actually make sense do you? LOL :-0
                                        I think it looks a bit better now.
                                        Cheers,
                                        Nev.

                                        -----Original Message-----
                                        From: Joe F [mailto:joef1@...]
                                        Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 5:31 PM
                                        To: Oasys PCI
                                        Subject: Re: [oasys-pci] Digital Breakout Cable Pin Outs


                                        Nice work Nev, but the way to do this is to get it to appear correctly on
                                        your computer screen then take a screenshot and post that. That will ensure
                                        that everyone sees what you see regardless of what browser, platform, or
                                        fonts they have.

                                        Joe F.

                                        On 11/3/03 4:52 PM, "Emusic" wrote:
                                        > Ok I have posted a (very) rough list of the pinouts below.
                                        > If there are any mistakes let me know!
                                        >
                                        > http://www.mindspring.com/~nwalker/oasys.htm
                                        >
                                        > Cheers,
                                        > Nev.
                                      • replicant3333
                                        Thanks a million Nev!!! /Joakim
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                                          Thanks a million Nev!!!

                                          /Joakim

                                          --- In oasys-pci@yahoogroups.com, "Emusic" <emusic1@m...> wrote:
                                          > Ok I have posted a (very) rough list of the pinouts below.
                                          > If there are any mistakes let me know!
                                          >
                                          > http://www.mindspring.com/~nwalker/oasys.htm
                                          >
                                          > Cheers,
                                          > Nev.
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