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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: trying wire a superstar dm-452
Hello bubba, the wiring code for the radio is
Galaxy DC-521S (4 wire)
If this is the power /echo mic like it looks to be from the Workman catalog, then I can't remember what the wiring code is for the mic. I do know, that the audio wire has the ground/shield wire wrapped around it.Could be just about any color. Put the shield on pin 1 and the audio wire on pin 2 and all you have left should be 2 more. If you get it backwards, then the radio will key up as soon as you turn it on. You'll have to key it to hear the speaker. Just reverse the 2 on pins 3-4. Hope this helps as it's been over a year since I've seen one. Let me know,,, Mechanic
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
SOURCE: dm 452 microphone
this radio is made by PEIRCE SIMPSON and is wired like a cobra.
pin 1 shiels or ground
pin 2 is audio
pin 3 is transmit
pin 4 is recieve
shield is a bare wire wraped around the audio wire.i dont know the colors of the wires in the echo mic.the transmit wire will have contiuity with the shield wire when the mic is keyed that wiregoes to pin 3 . there should be 2 wires left. check these wires one at a time with the shield wire one will have contiunity . this wire will go to pin 4 recieve.the other wire will go with the shield wire on pin 1
this is the way you find how it wires. it will take an ohm meter to find whice wire goes where.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
There is a users group on yahoo that you could join and ask your question. I am not too familiar with this radio and this is the best I could do...
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
Note: The pin numbers are marked on the end of plug.....#1.shield, #2.white, #3.red, #4.black.....that means #1.shield, #2.audio, #3.transmit, #4.recieve..........hope this helps.........
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
The wire colors are as follows
1.shield 2.white 3.red #4.black The pin numbers are located on the end of your mic plug
1.shield 2.audio 3.transmit 4.recieve
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
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