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The XLR came apart

Anyone know where the red, white and yellow cables attach to on the circuit board on the XLR?

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The ground (shield) is connected at pin 1. I think that it's the white color cable.
The "in phase signal - hot" is connected to pin 2. It's the red color cable.
The "out of phase signal - cold" is connected to pin 3. It's the yellow color cable.
Your microphone is a dynamic one so there is no need for power supply and no worry about wrong connections.

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