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Augat DSX3 Panel

Augat DSX3 Panel

Augat DSX3 Panel

I don't know how deep y'all get in this forum, but I have an Augat DSX3 Panel that I won off of Ebay.  It has 22 cards in it but I am not sure it works.  I didn't get any documentation of how to wire it up.  The only connections I see on the back of the dsx as far as power is +48V and  -48V.  When I got the panel, there were 3 wires already connected, but they are cut off.  I am assuming that those go to +48V and -48V.  There are also 2 small holes for each card that looks like headphone jacks.  It isn't the BNC connector or coax connector.  I am not sure what that is and how it is supposed to be wired.  Can someone clue me in on how this panel is actually wired?  I tried to find some documentation on the internet but couldn't find any.



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