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anytone 5555 alternative microphone


I have just purchased a anytone at5555 version5 radio.
I would like to wire my trusty old turner + 3 hand microphone to the anytone.
I have been told one of the microphone pins in the radio is live, is it still possable to wire the turner to the radio, if so does anyone have a wiring configuation for the above.
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Re: anytone 5555 alternative microphone


Found this:

AnyTone Microphone Pin Outs.
For: AT-5555.


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Pin Signal
1 Common Ground
2 Mic Audio
3 PTT (connect to pin 1 for TX)
4 Up / Down / ASQ
(47k resistor to pin 1 for Up)
(100k resistor to pin 1 for Down)
(150k resistor to pin 1 for ASQ)

I suggest pin 4 is live, test it first with a meter.

Turner JM+3

TX = Black
Modulation/Audio = White
RX = Red
Common = Braid


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Hi looking at the pin outs,is this the socket in the radio ?.
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Yes, nearly all pin outs are shown this way, NOT looking at the mic plug emoticon

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Hi I have had a go,but i cannot get any modulation when transmitting, could be my turner is knackered .
i wired it up as follows

pin 1. black and common

pin 2. white

pin 3. red
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Swap pin 3 and pin 1 around emoticon

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years later i no,but im doing this job now with a roadking 60j.
pin 1 = shield
pin 2 = white
pin 3 = red.
my old turner is booming out
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