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    Question What is this multipin cable for Polk?

    I thought these are serial cables for computers.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Polk-Audio-M...-/390550603711

    Hmm...

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    My guess is it's for the SRT's.
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    My wife's Sony soundbar system used it as a connection between the sub and the bar. Probably similar for the IHT systems?
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    nope. SRT uses normal speaker cables. this cable looks like a standard parallel cable. reminds me of my old printer

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    That is a DB25 used to connect the preamp/processor to the subwoofer for the RMDS1 system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenneth Swauger View Post
    That is a DB25 used to connect the preamp/processor to the subwoofer for the RMDS1 system.
    Okay that settles it.
    So a serial or parallel cable is NOT the same?

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    The Polk cable has a low capacitance rating in order to not roll off the upper frequencies, but other than that it is a standard DB25 type cable.

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