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Subject: Roland_JX3P / PG200 cable...


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Original Message 1/2             22-Feb-08  @  03:51 PM   -   Roland_JX3P / PG200 cable...      [Link: Roland - JX3P]

richard.hoertner

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How can I get (or make) a cable to connect the JX3P to the PG200 programmer? Any suggestions?



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Message 2/2             23-Feb-08  @  02:49 PM   -   RE: Roland_JX3P / PG200 cable...

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you'd have to make one i spose, using DIN plugs... i own a pg200, it is a very short lead, so i dunno wether it has to be that short. In the manual it says the lead is 2.5 meters... well the lead that came with mine is more like 1/2 a meter and mebeb that is ok to sit it on top of a JX3P, but it's hopeless to reach from the racked MKS30 i own to a table top where it can be used - but this short lead that came with my PG200 is not homepade so perhaps any 6p DIN cable will work.

I think any 6pin DIN would do it cos anyways surely it'll ignore pins which aren't connected inside the units... like you can use a standard DIN cable at a push for MIDI if you run out of MIDI leads, and midi uses just 3 pins i think so it ignores 3 of them.

anyways try a 6pin din lead

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