Pioneer 75Ω UNBAL input connection type?

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi and General Audio' started by supersiv8, Nov 20, 2017.

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    supersiv8

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    My Pioneer TX 520L tuner has an aerial input that says 75Ω UNBAL. The socket does not look like a 'normal' coaxial aerial cable so will not fit with a 'normal' aerial lead.

    Does anyone know the name of this socket and if it's possible to find an adapter or something that can be used to plug in to the wall socket?

    (Also, is the wall socket normally 75Ω?)

    Underneath there is little screw inputs that says 300Ω BAL, that I currently use with a T-shaped aerial cable.

    I wanted to try the connection from the wall in case there is an antenna on the roof that would give me better reception...

    Anyone got any knowledge or insights on this?

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    supersiv8, Nov 20, 2017
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    goodhifi

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    Looks like a DIN
     
    goodhifi, Dec 5, 2017
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