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Omegaforce s45 mic wiring

Can anyone help me wire a sadelta echo master plus classic to either the 6 pin or 4 pin of my radio. i know which pins are for what but wiring the correct colours to the correct pins would be of great help

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Sadelta
1-Shield - Ground
2-White - Audio
3-Brown - Transmit
4-Green - Receive

Does this color code look like what you have in your mic?? sorry for the delay,,, Mechanic

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