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Hello , the simple of knowing the connection is this , but when you open the mic you will see numbers on the terminal written 3, 2, 1. this represent colour for the wires . 3 REPRESENT THE BLACK WIRE 2 REPRESENT THE RED WIRE 1 REPRESENT THE WHITE WIRE . After soldering this should work. Good luck...
the yellw wire is not used on the microphone conector most of them are just cut and left in there loose as long as its not shorting out on anything!! The wiring for the telex 56 for your radio Cobra 29 LTD is as follows: PIN #1 Shield & Red, PIN #2 White, PIN #3 Blue, PIN #4 Black, Yellow wire not connected!!
If you notice when you have the connector apart on the back of the pins where the wires get soldered to the pins are numbered so you will know which pins they are or on the front side of the connector the pins are also marked wich numbers they are!! If you have any other questions please feel free to e-mail us at: email@example.com
If we're talking about the microphone cable wiring on a low impedance mic remember this. Cheap mic cables with XLR's on both ends often have no standard color code to follow. True pin 1 is ALWAYS ground (shield wire) but the other two wires could be any color of the rainbow. Look for small numbers beside each pin of the XLR connector and make sure that pin two on one end of your cable, is also pin two on the other end as well....etc. Special note: The XLR connectors set screws have reversed threads and it's the same for the XLR male plug in the bottom of the microphone as well.....Glen
Offhand, the 4 pin mic connector and corresponding pin # would depend on the communications equipment the Astatic was initially wired for. However, the color coding of the wires in an Astatic would be:
white - mic audio;
shield/blue - gnd;
black - NC or speaker;
red - NO or PTT;
yellow - not normally used.
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You can do it yourself. Go to the nearest home depot and get the wire that matches the size and number of wires as yours. unsolder the old one after you take it apart and place the new one in. Otherwise you can take it into a computer repair shop and they will be able to do that for you quickly and efficiently.
on both xlr connection, you can see numbers on the plug from the out side and the inside. number 1,2 and three. 1 is for the ground, 2 for the hot wire and 3 is for the return, just match numbers. if you switch them, it will not work. just make sure one to one and so forth. good luck