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    What's the name of these connectors, the left and the middle? Does this S-Video-like connector carries Y/C separately, is there an adapter cable from that to S-Video input socket? What's the middle SCART-like conenctor? Anything to begin with that in a PALaland?
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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
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    What is this device and what does it do?
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    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
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    Originally Posted by JVRaines View Post
    What is this device and what does it do?
    Claimed a portable Betamax. Now I know some more info; apparently this DIN is a power-in, and the AC-in must come from a spearate unit that comes with this one, but sold separately, sounds crazy, ha ha. And the SCART-like socket is an A/V-out, something that needs some kind of adapter to carry on the A/V further separately. But still don't know if it's a Y/C capable.
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    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?
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    Originally Posted by jan5678 View Post
    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?
    I don't have it myself, found the info here but nothing on the Y/C:

    https://www.palsite.com/slf1ovi.html

    And back panel input description visible:

    http://vintage-technics.ru/Sony_SL-F1E_TT-F1E/P1016292_Sony_SL-F1E_TT-F1E.JPG

    Just found the SCART-like connector description there as well, seems no Y/C

    http://vintage-technics.ru/Sony_SL-F1E_TT-F1E/Sony_SL-F1E_Connector.jpg
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  8. 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.

    Brian.
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