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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Diesel #8-32 echo power mics
cobra 4 pin is pin1= shield, pin2= mic audio (usually the shield is wrapped around the mic audio wire).pin 3= transmit or push to talk usually red or white whichever isnt wrapped with the shield, and pin4 = receive or speaker complete
5 pin cobra=1-Audio 2- Shield 3-Receive 4-Switching Wire 5-Transmit, you can jump pins 4 and two
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: how do i wire a
hi the easiest solution i find is to keep the ptt pressed remove wires from connector ,then place connector in radio try two wires at a time you will finally get the transmit wires then all you need is the audio ,you can flick over to ssb to sort the audio hope this helps you goodluck
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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