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My mic is broken, so I tried to fix the headset by cutting the wires. Then I striped the wires. But I noticed that there were only 4 wires, yet there were 5 places to solder. Looking at the part, There are 3 connected wires that I have not cut off yet and there is 1 wire broken. That leaves 1 wire and 2 soldering spots unaccounted for. When I look at the 2 soldering places, they both have a small strand there, so I can not tell which one the wire broke off of. I tried searching online to find the blueprint of Altec Lansing AHS322, but I had no luck. I just need to see where the wires go. Does anyone have any ideas?

Posted by bob bob on May 21, 2007

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My mic is broken, so I tried to fix the headset by cutting the wires. Then I striped the wires. But I noticed that there were only 4 wires, yet there were 5 places to solder. Looking at the part, There are 3 connected wires that I have not cut off yet and there is 1 wire broken. That leaves 1 wire and 2 soldering spots unaccounted for. When I look at the 2 soldering places, they both have a small strand there, so I can not tell which one the wire broke off of. I tried searching online to find the blueprint of Altec Lansing AHS322, but I had no luck. I just need to see where the wires go. Does anyone have any ideas?


What i've done in similar situations is basically trail and error. You've got two spots for one wire, try them both out. Some companies will use a generic piece for all their similar products. Maybe one of Altec's other headsets uses that 5th spot for something. Just try them both out and see what happens. Just dont solder them right away, stick them on with some electrical tape or something to save yourself some time. Then when you're sure you can solder away.
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Transmitting and receiving


RF gain should be all the way up. Turn the squelch all the way down. Turn the ANL/NB to just ANL.Turn the dynamic up at least 3/4.Once you have confirm you can receive and transmit, then you can turn up the squelch up until white noise just stops.Make sure you are on 19 by the highway. Key up and say break break one nine, can some one give me a radio check please.you should get a response.Your RF gain is how much you receive. the higher it is the more you receive. In normal operation there is no need for it ever to be less the all the way on.Squelch is just to knock out fuzz, and if you only want to hear people close not far. A little less then half way is a basic setting.the ANL switch is the automatic noise limiter. if you have interference from your vehicle, like engine noise, turning this on will quiet that. If it is extreme engine noise then switch it to NB, noise blanker. It is just a more intense setting.your dynamic is how loud your audio is. if its low or all the way down, you will not transmit audio loud enough for people to hear. If its a stock radio and has not been tuned, if you turn it all the way up, that is fine.
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I am looking for a wiring diagram for my Cobra HG M75 Power CB Microphone. Several wires have broken loose to the 4 pin plug and I need to solder them back in the correct places. If anyone has one,


If you look at the plug you should see the wires that were broken Just match them up with the fresh cut wires and you should be in business
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My headphones fell to the floor and a connection on the right side broke (a wire disconnected from the solder). I tryed too re do the connection with my soldering iron but I cannot get it to work,


Check for insulation on the wire you are soldering. It is usually a coating on the wire and may not be easily seen. If solder sticks easily and well to the wire, the coating is probably removed. If you can, check for continuity at the plug and across the earphone contacts. Often you will find around 20 ohms, sometimes but not often it is 8-16 ohms. It shouldn't be open or in the meg ohms. Hope this helps
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WL184 shure lavalier mic and T4N


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How to set up and "tune" the radio and antenna


Even though I say you should use a better antenna, if set up properly, you should still be able to receive and transmit even with the window mount antenna, they just do now allow you to actually receive and transmit to the full capability of your radio. They were not designed for the practical use in mind, but more so for the looks. 1. For grouding the radio, you can ground it just about anywhere you like. I usually sugest running the power and ground right off of the battery. 2. When you say you grounded the receiving end of the antenna, did you mean that you grounded out the metal part of the antenna, the part on the outside of the window? Please clarify. If the actual antenna is grounded, it is like having no antenna at all. I have not used this particular antenna and am not sure if that antenna needs to be grounded. Unless the instructions from the antenna package said so, it will not need to be. On a regular antenna application, the base where the antenna is screwed into is grounded and the antenna itself is not. Make sure your PA/CB switch is set to CB, they are easy to bump and not notice that they are set to PA. Turn your squelch all the way counter clockwise. 3.You don't have to use inline noise filters. People use those when they get like alternator noise coming through their radio, which will be a whining sound when you are acellerating, or turning your airconditioner blower between fan settings. This is why I usually suggest people run their cb radio power straight from the battery, because it lets the batterywork as a filter, but you can try an inline filter if you don't want to go that route. But first, you have to any determine if you have alternator noise before you need to worry about it. If none of this helps, please let me know. You can post here or email me at [email protected]. Dean
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Boom Mic is broken


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