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Hosa Technology DBK-110 9-Pin D-Sub Female to 8-Pin Din Male Host Cable (10 ft)

B&H # HOPCH9FD8M10 Mfr # DBK-110
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The DBK-110 9-Pin D-Sub Female to 8-Pin Din Male Host Cable (10 ft) from Hosa, is a cable designed to connect music keyboards or synthesizers to a PC computer via the originating instrument's mini-DIN 8-pin host output. The cable interfaces to the PC via a 9-pin D-SUB serial communications port.

Note! This model is not compatible with Yamaha keyboards with a host output that requires pins "4" and "8" to be shorted in the mini-DIN 8-pin connector.

Host-to-PC Interface
This cable can be used to connect a keyboard or synthesizer to a PC computer.
Connectors
The instrument connects to the cable via a mini-DIN 8-pin host output connector and the PC connects via a 9-pin D-SUB serial communications port.
Construction Cable, rubber, metal
Finish Gray
Input (1) mini-DIN 8-pin host output
Output (1) 9-pin D-SUB serial communications port
Dimensions 10 ft (3m)
Hosa Technology DBK-110 9-Pin D-Sub Female to 8-Pin Din Male Host Cable (10 ft)
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    Hosa TechnologyDBK-110 9-Pin D-Sub Female to 8-Pin Din Male Host Cable (10 ft)
     
    3.5

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    3.0

    Cable is Tight Fit

    By Krakus

    from Toronto, Ontario

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        Comments about Hosa Technology DBK-110 9-Pin D-Sub Female to 8-Pin Din Male Host Cable (10 ft):

        Bought this cable to connect my old Alesis QSR to my laptop for writing my own sound cards. The 9pin connector fit easily into the QSR, however, the serial connector required to be firmly pressed against the male port on the laptop, and then screwed down. Unfortunately, as per writing this review I have not been able to get my laptop to recognise the QSR using this cable (need to do some more digging into the QSR global functions).

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        4.0

        It Works

        By Krakus

        from Toronto, Canada

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            Comments about Hosa Technology DBK-110 9-Pin D-Sub Female to 8-Pin Din Male Host Cable (10 ft):

            Connects my old Alesis sound module to my laptop, so I can edit and create my own sound cards. Hosa is not a high-end cable, however, I am glad I found it. Reasonably priced.

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            • Personal
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