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D104 Mic

Post by 293 » Thursday, 18 November 2010, 10:18 AM

What is the correct hook up on a 4-wire D104 to a Galaxy 2517?


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Re: D104 Mic

Post by DanTaylor » Thursday, 18 November 2010, 10:57 AM

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Re: D104 Mic

Post by hilltop 439 » Thursday, 18 November 2010, 11:09 AM

Black wire to pin 4 red wire to pin 3 white wire to pin 2 and blue/shield to pin 1 yellow not used.
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Re: D104 Mic

Post by 293 » Thursday, 18 November 2010, 15:35 PM

Thanks guys but maybe I should have been more clear about the 4-wire..........the colors are black, red, white, and shield.......293

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Re: D104 Mic

Post by DanTaylor » Thursday, 18 November 2010, 16:24 PM

Cut back the black outter cord mroe man youll find more wires in there i promise. I had to do the same thing with a 636 hand held
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Re: D104 Mic

Post by Night Crawler » Thursday, 18 November 2010, 16:52 PM

D-104 four wire to Galaxy 2517
1. Shield

2. White

3. Red

4. Black
Make sure the switch on the bottom of the mic base if it has one is in the E (electronic switching position)

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Re: D104 Mic

Post by DanTaylor » Thursday, 18 November 2010, 18:07 PM

it appears i stand corrected. Sorry for the bad information.
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Re: D104 Mic

Post by Hip Shark » Friday, 26 November 2010, 13:42 PM

I have a D 104 mic on a T-UG8 stand that only has 2 wires (red-white) plus the shield, but I can not find any info on this mic at all. It also has an "on-off" switch on the base which I have not seen on any other T-UG8 stands. I opened it up and it also has entirely different circuit wiring inside then anything I have seen. Has anyone else ever seen a mic with these mods, and if so can I re-wire this mic to fit a Galaxy DX-2547?

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Re: D104 Mic

Post by Night Crawler » Friday, 26 November 2010, 13:58 PM

From what you descibed it seems like it's the old G-stand as it is now it can only be used for relay switching. If you want to use it with a 2547 that has electronic switching the mic cord would have to replaced using three conductors and a shield also the PTT switch if needed would have to be changed to a DPDT without seeing the mic that's about all I can tell you.


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