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RK mic to RCA co-pilot

Which wires do I use in the RK mic for the 4 pin RCA? red, white, blue,black,yellow,and braid. I get close but not completely right.Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks A Lot..

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    Dean Pitts May 11, 2010

    Can you tell me the model #, such as 14T200. If so, I can make you a wiring instruction from a Turner RK56 wiring instruction page and an Astatic wring maual. You said it is a RK mike, it is a Turner RK-56, or is it another brand, such as Workman or Victory? The brand makes a difference on the wiring colors used. Also, is it a newer mic or an old one? That sometimes makes a difference too.



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Try red and sheid brided wire on 1

white 2

blue 3

black 4

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