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  • Eumig S 709: Speaker connector

    Hi everyone,

    I've got an Eumig S 709 projector. I'm scanning my movies with a Somikon scanner and I want to extract the audio directly from my Eumig projector. The problem is that I don't have the original speaker and I don't know what kind of connector is used. It's similar to a dot dash connector (see photo) but I've never seen this connector before. Could someone tell me the name of the connector and if exists a converter to jack?. The projector has another two audio connectors (din 5), but both of them are line-in audio.

    Also it has another connector, similar to a jack connector, but I don't know if it is an output audio.

    Speaker connector:
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    Jack output connector?:
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    Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    Steve Osborne at The Reel Image has the Eumig speaker to RCA jack for $10.00.

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    • #3
      The top one (Dot Dash) is a DIN (German industry standard) loudspeaker socket, the loudspeaker symbol is below it, so would really be for a 4 ohm load. I have no idea what the other one is or what the symbol next to it is.

      Someone else here should know.

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      • #4
        The other jack is for high impedance headphones (2,000 ohms or higher).

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        • #5
          1) The high impendence output jack is 3.5mm.
          2) Speaker output is 2-6 watts, 4-8 ohm.
          3) Click below to see a DIN speaker plug.

          2 Pin DIN Hi-Fi Speaker Plug Cable Audio Connector PACK of 2 - Screw Connections | eBay

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Brian Fretwell View Post
            The top one (Dot Dash) is a DIN (German industry standard) loudspeaker socket, the loudspeaker symbol is below it, so would really be for a 4 ohm load. I have no idea what the other one is or what the symbol next to it is.

            Someone else here should know.
            I'm not sure but Dot Dash is a 2-pin connector, isn't it? This looks like a 3-pin connector.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Maurice Leakey View Post
              1) The high impendence output jack is 3.5mm.
              2) Speaker output is 2-6 watts, 4-8 ohm.
              3) Click below to see a DIN speaker plug.

              2 Pin DIN Hi-Fi Speaker Plug Cable Audio Connector PACK of 2 - Screw Connections | eBay
              Thanks Maurice. I think the projector connector is a kind of 3-pin connector.

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              • #8
                Rafael
                I may be mistaken, but I believe that the 2-pin speaker plug can be inserted either way up.
                In one position it cuts out the internal speaker. In the other position it does not.

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                • #9
                  Thank you Maurice. I'll try it with a dot dash connector.

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