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I'm not the best photo guy but I hope that you can see the difference:
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From left to right:
-AMP MATE-N-LOK (for IceLink)
-MQS (for 54pin phone interface or OEM TV tuner)
-MQS (for 32pin instrument cluster or 12pin Quadlock)
-Mini-ISO female (for 20pin connector)
-Mini-ISO male (for 20pin connector)
-ISO female (for 8pin power or speaker ISO/Quadlock)
-ISO male (for 8pin power or speaker)

I also got this one, makes it a lot easier to get wires crimped to those pins, especially the little ones.
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Just wanted to share :lol:
 

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Where did you buy the stuff ad how much did you pay?

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Do you have a part number for the Mini-ISO male (for 20pin connector)

I have 2 head shells, but no pins and Kufatec seem unable to supply them.

Craig
 

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craigyb said:
Do you have a part number for the Mini-ISO male (for 20pin connector)

I have 2 head shells, but no pins and Kufatec seem unable to supply them.

Craig
I got them from Kufatec, just ordered the Mini-ISO male for 20 pin connector. If they don't know what male pin is, tell them you need the pins which are also used in the RNS-E adapter. I ordered them via email together with a bunch of other things, never used a part number.
 
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