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the one on the left
looks like a 5 pin 'DIN' connector, ?
the DIN standard has been around forever , does NOT have to be 5 pins, there are pin configurations
What is this device and what does it do?
The one on the right looks like a coax jack for an antenna.
Edit: I see you're only asking about the left and middle connectors
On the inside of the cover there seems to be a explanation for what the connectors are used for? can you take a picture from that?
And back panel input description visible:
Just found the SCART-like connector description there as well, seems no Y/C
Last edited by kodec; 14th May 2018 at 06:06.
The 'SCART' like connector looks like a standard 26 way Molex socket. The sort used on IDE disk drives but with 2x13 pin arrangement instead of 2 x 20. They are IDC (Insulation Displacement Connector) so a flat ribbon cable can be quickly attached without soldering but individual wires can be fitted or the ribbon rolled up to make it fir the round sleeve in the pictures.