Question about Shure SM57-LC Professional Microphone
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The black wire is customarily ground and should go to the pin that measures a dead short to the metallic case of the mike. The red and blue wires are connected to the secondary of a balanced transformer and can be interchanged with no problem.
You can get a line drawing of the mike connector correctly identified in the user guide and that can be downloaded here:
Shure SM57 manual
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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Black (earth) is always pin 1, blue is pin 2 and red is pin 3, Just a guide for anyone else to make sure it's in phase.
Posted on May 26, 2010
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