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How do i wire a mke2 gold dot onto a shure T4AF connector

If anyone can help, I need to wire a sennheiser gold dot onto a shure T4AF connector.

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Go to www.shure.com/faq and search for Sennheiser. The wiring diagrams are in the FAQ's.

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