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Console connector [message #76491] Wed, 29 May 2013 23:58
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Date: Wed, 12-Dec-84 16:06:57 EST
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     Does anyone out there know who makes connectors which plug in to the
cosole expansion port?  The one on my Speech Synthesizer, for example, is a
44-pin shielded card-edge connector with 0.1 inch pin spacing.  As some of
you may know, I am building an expansion unit for my computer, and would like
to minimize RF interference.  I would like for the unit to be as professional
in physical apperance if possible, so solutions like wrapping the unit in
aluminum foil is not considered optimal.  If anyone out there with schematics
would/could send me a manufacturer's name and part number, I would be deeply
appreciative.  I could take the synthesizer apart, but would prefer not to.

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