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Courier Spartan Microphone

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radiocom215

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I bought a Spartan 23 channel SSB with no microphone. It appears they use a 1/4 plug.

Does anyone know how I can wire and adapt a standard mic to the 1/4. I can't say I have seen this style of microphone selling anywhere.

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its a 1/4 inch stereo plug,,,,,if i remember right the tip is the audio,,next ring is the tx and the shank part is the ground there is no hook up for the recieve,,,, it uses a relay in the radio,,,,
 

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