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Need to know if the Midland mic wiring is same as the Cobra/Galaxy, noticed it is a 4 pin.

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Old 12-18-2009, 08:19 AM
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No Midland is different than the standard 4 pin uniden. Midland has 2 different 4 pin wirings depending what radio you have. Let me know what radio you have I can help you wire the mic that you want to it.
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I will get the model number SUNDAY, and will post.

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Most 4 pin midlands are wired this way

Pin 1: Audio
Pin 2: Shield / Switching
Pin 3: Receive
Pin 4: Transmit

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MIDLAND 77-882, 4 pin

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use the configuration thats been listed if it doesnt work try thry the second wiring and just swith the transmit and recieve wires around but I bet its the wiring lsted above.
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