If your talking about the Sears Roadtalker 40 am only model I got ya covered...its the same pinout as the radio shack 5 pin dins...here is the order
Pin 1 = GND
Pin 2 = Not Connected
Pin 3 = transmit
Pin 4 = Audio
Pin 5 = Recieve
Hope this helps you..
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Sounds like a weak or missing Phantom Power Supply. This power is supplied by the source "mixing console" and can be turned off on many models of consoles. If you have a smaller and lower end mixer it is possible it does not provide the needed Phantom Power. Also if the mic cable is incorrectly wired the Phantom Power is not being properly supplied to the mic. This also could damage the mic by putting the voltage on the wrong pin connections. Pin 1 is ground, pins 2 and 3 are audio high and low. Sorry I do know the exact connection for 2 and 3. The user/owners manual may supply the correct wiring information. A store bought cable of good quality should already be wired correctly.
Hello. You can put an XLR plug on but you will have to have a phantom power supply for the mic. If you are plugging into a mixer , check to see if it has phantom power (a switch marked as such) and turn it on . Mics that need it like the HS will use it, mics that don't will ignore it. Without phantom power though the mic will not function. Standard mic wiring is pin 1 GRD, Pin 2 Hot, Pin3 Neutral. No resistance is needed. Good Luck