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Supra DB25 Cables - for specific AV processors and multi-channel amplifiers

In the early days of Home Cnema systems, manufacturers had issues fitting enough sockets on the back of processors, in order to accomodate user needs.

So, many used a standard DB25 connector, which carried 6 channels of sound into or out of the AV processor or the 5 or 6 channel power amp.

Various brands used these connectors, such as Arcam, Rotel and Onkyo.

A list of matching products follows:



Rotel RSP966 processor
(has DB25 female socket for input from DVD player and DB25 male socket for output to power amp)

Rotel RB985 power amp
(has DB25 female socket for input from processor amd hence requires a DB25M plug)

Option 1:
DB25F to DB25M (going from DB25 male socket (on processor) to DB25 female input socket (on power amp))

Option 2:
6RCA/phono to DB25M (going from DVD player with on-board sound processing (using RCA sockets) going to AV surround decoder/processor (using DB25F socket))

Option 3:
DB25F to 6 RCA/phono cable (going from AV processor (using DB25M output socket) going to multi-channel power amplifier (using 6 RCA input sockets))

Green plug > Centre
Blue plug > Left Front
Red plug > Right Front

White plug > Left Rear
Black plug > Right Rear

Yellow plug > Subwoofer