Question about Telex Radio Communications
Someone else repaired with jumper wires and non soldered parts. don't know what part numbers should be used.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My mic is broken
What i've done in similar situations is basically trail and error. You've got two spots for one wire, try them both out.
Some companies will use a generic piece for all their similar products. Maybe one of Altec's other headsets uses that 5th spot for something. Just try them both out and see what happens. Just dont solder them right away, stick them on with some electrical tape or something to save yourself some time. Then when you're sure you can solder away.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
In this middle section, the wires are as follows: MIC+: Yellow MIC-: Black L+: Blue L-: Copper/Grey Stripe? R+: Copper R-: Copper/Grey Stripe? (same as L-, they should be interchangeable...) Sirial?: Yellow/Orange Stripe Uout: Red GND: Green Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
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