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RS232 connection

In most cases, the connections between the third-party audio device en the Universal A/V interface is done, using a null-modem type RS232 cable.
In some case though, the third party audio device requires a straight type RS232 cable to connect to the Universal A/V interface! Both types of RS232 cable are included with the Universal RS232 interface.
To know which cable you need you can follow the next rule of thumb:
IF you need a straight cable to connect your device to the PC - a null-modem cable is required between the audio device and the A/V interface.
IF you need a null-modem cable to connect your device to the PC - a straight cable is required between the audio device and the A/V interface.

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