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Not sure of the model, but definitely an A-T mic - connected to a CHIAYO M-303T belt mic transmitter via an HRS (Hirose) connector. Cable fractured - I need help please to identify the cable core colours to connect. The cable has a screen and 4 cores - colours 2 x orange, 1 x light pink, 1 x very slightly darker pink. Screen is identified as GND and is connected to pin 1 and also to pin 2 to short out the 'guitar' input. The other connections I need to identify are audio out from the mic and B+. Can anyone please help me to identify which of the 4 cores is the B+ and which the audio out please. Thanks in advance. Ian McIver

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  • fixya819 Jul 28, 2009

    Further investigation suggests (I'm working from the connector end - I haven't disassembled the mic end) that the 2 orange cores and the 2 pink cores may be connected (Or-Or & Pk-Pk) together?
    The cable is marked 'audio-technica' at intervals along its length.
    This is a 'lapel' mic. The bias is supplied from within the belt clip Tx.
    Thanks for any suggestions.
    Ian McIver


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If you feel the shield goes to the middle, try red on one terminal and white on the other. If not, reverse it.

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The round 4 pin connector is called a DIN plug. What you need is a Converter plug/socket/lead.
Please have a look at this ebay link below it shows you what you may need.
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However what you need is a little unorthodox, and i wonder if you may need to wire it in directly? The XLR, has three pins, and the DIN has 4. (Only three are used though) So it is quite possible that one could simply joint them together.
A Microphone, only usually has two leads, and a shield. A Plus, and Negative, and shield, Earth, (Usually shield and Negative go together)
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hi click this link to have the diagram for the audio technica microphone connection

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