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Re: Shure BG 4.1 microphone I need to solder the wires coming from the microphone cartridge to the XLR male in the base of this hand-held mic. There are three wires....Green, Brown and White. Which color goes to which pin?

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1=white 2=green 3=brown

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

  • rajivsanchez Oct 25, 2009

    While the white, green and brown wires were still in place, I have another wire in the shaft of the microphone. A black one, this comes from the minus side of the battery compartment and is hanging loose. I do not know where this wire is supposed to connect to, so if you read my answer, although more than a year later, please check if you have a black wire in there as well and where it connects to.
    Thanks

  • Buss154 Feb 18, 2011

    It connects to the same pin that the white wire goes into.

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