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6 wire D 104 to an icom 746 non pro.


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This should get you started.
 

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Use above guide or you can always wire it to a 4 pin (Cobra) plug and then get a 4/Cobra to 8 Icom adapter on eBay or elsewhere.
 
Most amateur radio's have a pretty wide audio bandwidth a D104 would effectively degrade that. Is that on purpose? Plus the Icom has +8V on the cord you could either power the unit or you could replace the mic element with and electret and power it from the radio.
 

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