Transparent DIN to RCA Adapter




The skilled artisans in Transparent’s custom lab make this beautiful, sturdy adapter by hand. The adapter enables you to use RCA or XLR-terminated phono interconnects with any turntable/tonearm combination that has a DIN connection.

The adapter consists of a straight or 90-degree DIN connector followed by a very light and flexible, shielded tonearm cable. Order the standard 14″ or the optional 24″ cable length to suit the strain-relief requirements of your turntable/tonearm system. Order the long cable version to allow sufficient strain relief on turntables with soft suspensions. The cable terminates into a beautifully machined, anodized housing. The housing comes equipped with a grounding post and 2 highest quality gold-plated RCA jacks or gold plated XLR connectors. Mounting screws or heavy duty Velcro securely holds the housing on the turntable chassis or a nearby stable object.

This adapter is only one of the solutions offered by Transparent to users of DIN-terminated turntables/tonearms. Transparent also offers optional built-in DIN terminations on MusicLink Plus Phono Cables to OPUS MM2 Phono Cables.

MusicLink Phono Cables are only available with RCA terminations. The Transparent DIN>RCA Phono Adapter is perfectly suited for DIN applications with Transparent MusicLink Phono Cable; however, it is an excellent choice to use with any RCA?interconnect used as a phono cable with a tonearm that requires DIN connections.


  • Terminated with highest quality gold plated RCA jacks or XLR terminations.
  • Heavy solid OFHC conductors.
  • Sturdy grounding post with rotating knob.


  • Standard termination: DIN > RCA.
  • Optional XLR termination.
  • Standard cable length from DIN to housing is 14″.
  • Optional cable length from DIN to housing is 24″.
  • Two options for DIN plug: straight or 90-degree.

Termination options: DIN > RCA, DIN > XLR
Length options: 14 inches, 24 inches

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