Hello, this is my first post in this forum, I’ts very fun and educative.
Actually both are connected by 5 pin DIN to RCA. I purchased 5 pin to 4 pin DIN cable (not received so far) but not sure if it works because not found in “connection guide amplification” PDF published in Naim site.
Anyone tested this connection?
Thanks and regards
PS. my english isn’t good, sorry
I have a Naim v1 DAC and Naim 52 pre amp.
The V1 DAC has RCA Outputs and a 4 pin din output.
I have a 4 pin to 5 pin Naim interconnect ( not a Naim Snaic ) to connect the v1 Dac to the 52.
Alternatively you could use an rca to din 5 interconnect to connect the v1 Dac to your SN3.
Hi, connection to the V1 via the 4 pin DIN output is the same for either fixed or variable volume. Just remove the RCA lead and set the V1 to Fixed Output mode.
If you have bought a genuine Naim cable, or one from a supplier who understands Naim equipment, just connect it to a spare input socket. It should be a 180 degree 5 pin DIN input.
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