Microphone

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by Mongo1958, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. Mongo1958

    Mongo1958 Junior Member

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    I found a cool looking chrome mic. I also found a 7-pin Din locking connector as well. Total about $22 Remove the 4 pin plug and install the 7 pin and away we go. Beats the Harley price of $99

    I'll look up the pins in the book to identify what wires go to what pin. Only 3 or 4 pins will be used because the head set speakers are not being used.
    Amazon.com: Chrome Noise Canceling CB Mic Workman SS56C RK56 Type: Automotive
    Binder-USA | Industrial and Automation Circular Connectors


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  2. Mongo1958

    Mongo1958 Junior Member

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    Driver head set connector on top of gas tank

    PIN 1: MIC GROUND
    PIN 2: N/A
    PIN 3: N/A
    PIN 4: MIC AUDIO
    PIN 5: N/A
    PIN 6: N/A
    PIN 7: PTT
    TAB: MIC/SHIELD
     
  3. mouthful

    mouthful Active Member

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    Are the wires color coded?
     
  4. Mongo1958

    Mongo1958 Junior Member

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    I'm sure that the Mic has color-coded wires but with out seeing one yet, I can't determine what they will be. By using an Ohmmeter you can determine what wires go to the PTT switch and the microphone element.
    PTT switch closes when pushed. So, the meter will read 0 Ohms when the PTT is pushed and open when released. The Microphone element should read a few hundred Ohms.
     
  5. lboy1357

    lboy1357 New Member

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    Do you know the part # for the 7 pin connector? when I clicked the link it came up Your cart is currently empty. You may browse our connectors and add to your cart at any time.

    thnx