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Need a mike wireing diagram for a kenwood trio ts700g transceiver

HI I need a wreing diagram for the trio ts700g to wire up a mike that can be used to transmit on vhf

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Hi Mikeymc_2,
With the Connection pins on the plug facing you and the Locating groove in the 6 o'clock position, the pins are numbered from 1 - 4 in an anti clockwise direction.
Pin #1 Microphone
Pin #2 PTT
Pin #3 Chassis Ground
Pin #4 Microphone Ground
Info is from Kenwood. Subject ; Misc Connectors. 26 / 01 / 99. Hope this helps. 73. REX 9Y4PM.
Any problems contact me at rmclea@tstt.net.tt

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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