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Can I put a xlr conector on a contrymam isomax mic ? What the pinout? Do I need put a resistance?

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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

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