Question about Radio Communications
If the radio is designed to use a two prong connector, then you will need to replace it with the same type. Generally, one prong is for the mic and the other is the speaker. There is usually a common ground on one of them and possibly the push to talk on the mic prong.
You shouldn't have much trouble finding a two prong replacement mic, eBay has many for most radios.
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Posted on Feb 28, 2009
SOURCE: External mike doesn't work
I'm assuming you have Windows Vista. If so, you may need to change the default microphone, particularly if you have a built-in microphone on the computer.
1. Right-click the speaker icon next to the clock in the system tray.
2. Select "Recording Devices"
3. Select "Microphone" or whatever item you want to record with.
There will be a VU meter showing the input level. Try talking into you mike and see if the VU meter goes up. If so, you're good to go.
1. Click the "Properties" button in the screen mentioned above
2. Move the "Volume" and "Boost" sliders up.
3. Click "OK."
4. Check your VU meter again.
If this does not work it is possible you selected the properties for the wrong device. Click on another device and repeat the last 4 steps again.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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