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Old 9th Aug 2023, 8:38 am   #21
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Default Re: Bringing back the Springiness....

The springiness has remained over the last couple of days where I have been using this mic with a couple of radios.

I am still puzzled about it though, the handset style was, as noted upthread used with Larkspur series radios but none of those used a 270 Degree metal DIN connector... And the wiring of the plug was different to the Pye layout.

I wonder what it was originally intended to be used with?? Like I said in the opening post it came in Military brown paper and cardboard packaging.
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Default Re: Bringing back the Springiness....

Had it been Pye wiring I would have suggested Pegasus.
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