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if you have a stereo mini plug it has a tip, ring and shaft (TRS) the tip is left, ring is right and the shaft is ground. Both channels share the ground.

RCA plugs the center pin is the signal(left or right) and the outer ring is ground.


All you need is a multimeter to test which is which on the mini plug as it looks like you have it figured out on your RCA jacks. Then just connect the wires and you're good to go.

One word of caution though... it looks like your cables don't have any shielding so you may (likely will) pick up noise. You would be better off buying a mini-RCA cable or having someone who knows what they are doing make you one.


I have several mini-RCA cables some professionally made, and others that I have made (and are better then the Belkin and Monster ones I have) Let me know if you need one
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