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... and control signals, as well as GND and voltage pins used for ROM cartridges or the floppy disk controller 1200 baud tape interface (5 pin DIN) RS-232 port (5 pin DIN ...
... receiver sees Low, logic '0' (data bits, start bit) MIDI connectors are standard 5-pin 180° DIN connectors which at one time were a de facto European standard for audio interconnection ... RCA phono jack has left MIDI as the only place where DIN is commonly encountered in modern equipment ... Only two of the five pins (pins 4 and 5) are used for MIDI signal transmission ...
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