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RichardHartman

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Hello,

I have acquired a Cam 88 that did not come with the mic.
It has a 4 pin plug but looks to be about twice as big as the standard 4 pin plug that we know as the standard now.
I have searched the web for mic plugs but I am not finding any that will work.
Does anyone know if there is a specific name for this plug or know of a link where these might be available?

Thank you,

Richard
 

Hello,

I have acquired a Cam 88 that did not come with the mic.
It has a 4 pin plug but looks to be about twice as big as the standard 4 pin plug that we know as the standard now.
I have searched the web for mic plugs but I am not finding any that will work.
Does anyone know if there is a specific name for this plug or know of a link where these might be available?

Thank you,

Richard
Richard I to have a COBRA CAM 88 and was looking for that plug for months I found one on Facebook of all the places . You can do as I did place a wanted ad in all the old cb radio sites. That's how I got mine , or you can change the old plug for a newer COBRA 4 pin plug . PS you may find one on E-bay . Good luck.
 
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