2 pin mic plugs are SOLD OUT

Garey Barrell k4oah at MINDSPRING.COM
Tue Apr 4 12:17:31 EDT 2006

Doc -

The "offset" one is the Amphenol version 80MC-2M and is the one used on 
the Heath and other equipment of the 50's and 60's.

The "inline" version is the newer one that is the same type as used on 
Kenwood, ICOM and other gear, though more often  with 4 or 8 pins.

73, Garey - K4OAH

Drake B & C-Line Service CDs

doc wrote:
> Scott Johnson wrote:
>> Wrong connector, that is the Japanese style, the Amphenol style is 
>> now made by WPI, but is still readily available, as are PL-068s, 
>> Bristol wrenches, and a host of other "rare" items.
> OK, you guys are confusing me!
> Are you saying that the male mic plugs Hams seek do not
> have the pins centered as they appear to be here:
> http://www.universal-radio.com/catalog/parts/micconn.html
> But that they are instead offset, as shown here:
> http://radioheaven.homestead.com/2pinmicplug.html

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