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    hi i have venturer double screen dvd player for wich is about ten years old and have lost the 2 din cables that go from screens to the head unit.i have tryed to get hold of replacement leads but apperntly they are now obselete.is there any other cables i could get that would do the same job.thank you
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  2. you would need to know the pin out of the cable connections, and you may be able to make your own.
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  3. Wingnut2003 is right. There's no standard for the pinouts on a 9-pin DIN. You'll have to get a cable from the manufacturer or build your own based on pinout information for the particular device.
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    One of the better resources for connectors pinouts is: http://pinouts.ru/

    But for specific devices, searching for the player name and manufacturer is probably the best. Good luck.
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    thank you
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  6. Also be aware that the location of the 9 pins may vary. So if you make your own cable you'll need to get the right connector.
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    im not clever enough to make my own cable lol.wish i could buy one somewere
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    Look for the same player (with cables) on ebay. Sometimes people sell "non-working for parts" items cheaply.
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