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{{ Original D-104 (Non Amplified) Mic }}

Wow...

This mic cord has 9 wires.

Shield
Black
Red
White
Green
Blue
Orange
Red with black stripe
White with black stripe

I would like to wire this for a 4 pin Cobra.

Can anyone help please?

Thank you very much,
John


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{{ Original D-104 (Non Amplified) Mic }}

Wow...

This mic cord has 9 wires.

Shield
Black
Red
White
Green
Blue
Orange
Red with black stripe
White with black stripe

I would like to wire this for a 4 pin Cobra.

Can anyone help please?

Thank you very much,
John
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I did...

No reference to any cord with 9 wires.

Thanks,
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try here http://www.cbtricks.com/mic_manuals/...104_manual.pdf
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Thanks Binrat...

Actually, that was the first place I went...

Best I can tell the D-104 manual there is for the amplified version only.


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John

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First place I went...

Best I can tell the D-104 manual there is for the amplified version only.


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Hmm, sorry I'm stumped then.
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Are you kidding?, you were very kind to reply, thank you.

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Wow, I've never owned a G stand non-amp'd mic but had no idea they would come with a 9 wire arrangement. That doesn't really sound right. Maybe a previous owner changed the factory cord....sorry, don't know

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