Question about Two-Way Radios
Executive Series 100 Microphone, wires pulled out of connector # 1-5.
IF YOUR COMFORTABLE WITH TAKING THINGS APART & CAN USE A SOLDERING IRON.ITS JUST A MATTER OF REVERSING THE LEADS GOING TO YOUR MIKE KEY.OTHERWISE I WOULD SUGGEST TAKING IT BACK & GETTING ONE THAT IS COMPATABLE WITH YOUR RADIO.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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Mike - it would probably help if you provide the name and model of the PA amplifier too... but even so:
It is doubtful that you'll be able to simply buy an "extension cord" to place between the end of the existing mic cord and the PA's mic jack. You could probably have a new, longer cord to replace the current short cord on your mic fairly easily. Since this would require soldering and use of special sheilded cables, you should probably have it done professionally. Just about any commercial or business radio shop should be able to swap the cord for one as long as you need.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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