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Motorola handheld micro from the MTH 800 compatible with DP4000

AxelBelucci

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Hello,

I'm contacting you as I haven't found anything on the internet anywhere.

I still have a microphone from an MTH800 and wanted to use it with a DP4800.
I once counted the wires and would have 6 wires like the DP4800.

Is it possible to solder the plug from the DP 4800 to the microphone so that all functions are guaranteed?


Thank you
Alex
 

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There are a lot of variables involved, and the only way to know for sure would be to have a full understanding of the specifications of the interfaces for both radios.

It's kind of an 'out there on the fringes' thing since these are two completely different radios (TETRA vs. DMR) and for most commercial/public safety users are going to order new microphones rather than try to adapter older ones.

If you can find service manuals for both radios and/or microphones, we could probably assist you.
 

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Not enough info on those. Doesn't show the pinout for the MTH800 mic jack.
And you'd need something that spelled out exactly what the electrical interface is, not just the pinout.
 
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