mic. wiring diagrams.

Discussion in 'Microphones, Speakers & Audio Processing' started by KF5MLO, Jan 3, 2012.

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  1. KF5MLO

    KF5MLO Ham Member

    i need a mic wiring diagram for a yaesu ft-101e and a d104/t-up9 any help please .
     
  2. W9GB

    W9GB Ham Member

    Jim -

    Questions about wiring up the Astatic D-104 microphone to a radio is a Top 10 FAQ.
    It is just a matter of referencing the G4WPW web site (web page link below) OR
    reading the schematics and manuals for these products and "connecting the dots" (web links below).

    NOTE: Modern amateur radio equipment usually has no need for micorphone pre-amps of this era.
    These pre-amps were largely installed for the <$100 CB radios of the 1970s and address Astatic's Hi-Z crystal element output
    to match to modern sold-state Lo-Z radio microphone inputs.

    KEEP gain knob (D-104 pre-amp) at MINIMUM setting to avoid distortion or spatter.
    Adjust the mic gain control on your FT-101E for proper audio.

    G4WPW has compiled Microphone Connections to answer 99% of these microphone wiring questions
    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/rg4wpw/date.html

    Astatic Desk (D-104) and Hand microphone schematics
    http://www.barovelli.com/projects/radio/radioastatic.htm

    Yaesu FT-101E Owner's Manual (turn to page on pin assignments of micorphone connector)
    Courtesy of Fox Tango - The International Yaesu Users' Group
    http://www.foxtango.kc9foz.com/FT101/FT101.htm

    Every need to "open up" that Yaesu FT-101E for repairs? -- then you need the Service Manual
    Courtesy of Fox Tango - The International Yaesu Users' Group
    http://foxtango.org/FT-101SVCMan/Foxtango 101 Service.htm

    w9gb
     
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2012
  3. N0AZZ

    N0AZZ Ham Member

    All the links he posted for you above are down-loadable and you can print them all out as I did. I have 2 complete lines of Yaesu Ft-101E's and a set of twins FL-101,FR-101 loaded with every option. Carol's site is a wealth of information for all Yaesu radios and even the QTR-24 clock that helped me also.
     
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