Mic Wiring Pages

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andy@thunderpole.co.uk
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Tue Apr 25, 2006 5:59 pm

Check out our new cb radio microphone wiring pages here... http://www.thunderpole.co.uk/cb_microphone_wiring.html

We have tried to include as many wirings as we know of but if there are any missing please let us know and we will try to add them.

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Wed May 10, 2006 9:03 am

Good work!

Surely that will stop anyone from buying the wrong mic!!!!!

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Sat May 13, 2006 9:58 am

Stupid question once again from the silly kid...

But is the quality difference between a desk (boom) microphone and a handheld squeeze microphone quite significant? I've often considered buying one, but was never quite sure if the quality difference would justify my wages.

Also, is it easy to wire your own microphone, say, from electronic components? The most basic setup being a push to make switch, microphone and plug. I may be able to make one in school on the sneaky (now you know why all Cornish schools are underfunded) more easily than to actually buy a full one. I am aware I would have to purchase the plugs :P

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Mon May 15, 2006 12:35 pm

There is not necessarily any difference between quality of audio between a base mic and a decent hand mic, they are just easier to use if you are on the air for a long time.

I've not heard of anyone making their own mic but theres no reason why you couldnt make one yourself if you have all the right bits.

Andy :wink:

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I think I will have to take a picture when I am done :P

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Here is an old schematic i have laid about for the PAMA MIC510S

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May be the same internals as the Thunderpole DM510 .

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Mic Wiring page gone, 404 error ?

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Wed Feb 27, 2013 9:17 am

Sorry URL was changed :roll:

I've updated the link now :D

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Nice one :D

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Sat Apr 22, 2017 10:41 pm

Hi.

Can you find the wiring for an old Midland 77-095UK fm rig please.

Thanks.

Si,,,


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