I have been trying to connect a BeoSound 9000 CD Player to a Sonos Amp. First I used a 5 Pin DIN to 2X RCA male cable to connect the BeoSound AUX to the Line In on the Sonos Amp. Just got very faint sound even with the volume turned all the way up. Checked on this Forum and realized the cable I had was probably wired for Line Out and the faint sound was cross talk between the pins on the DIN socket on the BeoSound.
Next, I used a Kenable 5 Pin Male Din Plug to 4 x RCA Phono Male Plugs Audio Cable that I bought from Amazon. I used the black RCA plug in the left Line In channel and the yellow RCA plug in the right Line In channel on the Amp. I have tried the DIN plug in the AUX socket and the second Powerlink socket designed for connecting powered B&O speakers to the BeoSound.
No sound out of the AUX socket. with the DIN in the Powerlink socket, I get mono sound only out of some components of my Sonos system but not the speakers or sub connected to the Amp the BeoSound is connected with. Very strange.
Thinking about trying a Digital audio coax to 2X RCA cable next and connecting this to the DIG OUT coax socket on the BeoSound.
Has anyone else tried doing what I’m trying to do? Seems like it should be simple, but it hasn’t been.
All suggestions appreciated!
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