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Sorry, I forget who originally asked this question.
I just looked at my V-1, here's how it's wired:
The connector (RJ11?) has six available pins, of
which only four are typically populated. I used
a standard telephone cable with connectors at
each end, and cut an end off.
The center two pins of the connector are used
for power on the V-1. The outer four may be
no-connects, or possibly used for some other
purpose... I don't know. Anyway, for naming sake,
take your V-1 and look straight into the power
connector. The front panel of the V-1 will be
on your left, and the rear of the unit (the
side that faces forward when mounted) will be
on your right. Letter the six connector pins
Pin D: Positive (+12V)
Pin C: Negative (ground)
On my standard telephone cable, the green wire
gets +12V, and the red wire is ground.
Hope this helps. Oh, and consider it to be worth
what you paid for it... I'm NOT buying anyone a new