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Behringer c3 mcorphone not working -wires disconnected, red - 1, orage- 2 , black and brown diconected ?

Exist only one free pin and somting like hole on small metal

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    Hi Mirjana Vladisavljev, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

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SOURCE: Wire Colour coding for Behringer C1 Microphone

had same problem,checked with new mic,
red/black=pin1
orange=pin2
brown=pin3

Posted on Apr 09, 2013

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It is likely that the brown goes to pin 1 (ground/shield phantom -) as well as the black.

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This is the 2 options of install wiring on a 97 Altima, I'm not sure if it's exactly the same, I suggest that you don't trust these pinout if yours differ at all.

Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Pink
Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: Blue
Radio Ground Wire: Chassis
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Radio Dimmer Wire: Red/Yellow
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THERE IS AN ALTERNATE WIRING COLOR CODE

THERE IS NO CONTACT PIN OR EXISTING WIRE THAT IS GROUND !!!!! (some really strange things happen to aftermarket radios if you think the Red/yellow wire on pin 9 of the 10-pin connector is ground”!!!!!

Large 10-Pin Connector:
Constant Hot (Memory or Clock) =RED wire pin8
Switched (Ignition) Hor = Blue wire pin4
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Left Front Speaker - = Blue/yellow pin5
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Right Front Speaker - = Brown/white pin6

The Smaller (6-pin) connector is only for the rear Speaker:
Left Rear + = Red pin5
Left Rear - = Green pin4
Right Rear + = Blue pin2
Right Rear - = Pink pin6

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there is a code for color!? ok, wait im searching...
found it! here you go, hope it helps...

Wiring color codes are the identification colors that color the wires in your automobile. For example, if you have a British car the blue, blue and white , and blue and red wires are for the headlights. The red and white wires are for the instrument lights, and the green and white and green and red wires are for the turn lights. The color code simply identifies what that wire does. Could you imagine if all of the wires were the same color. You couldn't identify anything in a harness.

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