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Flex 6300 Microphone pin outs

Are the pinouts for the microphone connector for a 6300 similar to a Kenwood, Icom or Yeasu Mike pinouts? I seem to remember that its equivalent to a Yeasu. Yes/No?

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  • Ernest - W4EG
    Ernest - W4EG Member ✭✭
    edited October 2019
    If it is like all the other Flex radios ... the pin out is Yeasu

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    I just confirmed it ... And here is Tim's answer... Yeasu.
  • Steve W6SDM
    Steve W6SDM Member ✭✭
    edited December 2014
    Ernest and I should enter the Olympics if they ever have a synchronized typing event.  :)

    You can skip the pins that you don't use but make sure you put then together and ground them so that you don't have RFI antennas.  I have had great luck with the Heil shielded mic cable in keeping RFI at bay.
  • NX6D Dave
    NX6D Dave Member ✭✭
    edited December 2019

    As I recall, the hand mic provided by FRS is a Yeasu product. I use a **** mic with the Heil mic cable. Use the cable with the orange sleeve on the mic xlr connector. Works perfectly for me.


  • Mike va3mw
    Mike va3mw Member ✭✭
    edited February 2018
    Flex is the same as Yeasu for both the 8pin RJ45 and the 8 pin mic plug.
    va3mw
  • George Moranian
    edited December 2014
    Thanks Everyone. Now I have Configure my Mic switch panel (It's setup for Kenwood Mics) so I can adapt it to the Yeasu cable. Should be simple enough. I do have a Flex 3000 but it has a 8 pin RJ45 connection. 


    George N1NAZ

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