Heath Hi Z Mic plus other microphones FS
Ken Simpson, W8EK
W8EK at FLHAM.NET
Sun Dec 6 14:19:03 EST 2009
Heath hand microphone
This is the black colored hand mic that was used on
the HW and SB series transceivers from 25 or 30 years ago.
It is a Hi Z mic. This particular mic is in good condition.
It works great, and looks fine cosmetically. It even includes
the mounting clip (which looks like it was never used).
This mic presently has stripped and tinned ends, but of
course a connector can easily be added.
I have paper work for a Heath GH-12 A hand microphone with
it, but am not certain that is what it is. My memory says
the GH-12 A was dark green in color, and this one is a
black color. $30
Icom HM-7 Hand Microphone
This low impedance dynamic hand microphone has an internal
preamp in it, and is used with Icom rigs such as the 245,
260, 290, 451, 490, 505, 560, 720, 730, 740, 22U, 25A, 251A,
and maybe others. It has a 4 pin plug on it.
This one works fine, and looks like it just came out of the
Shure 104 C, Low Z hand Microphone
This is a very heavy duty Shure mic. It appears to be new,
with stripped and tinned ends that have never been on a
connector. It is in its original box, with the original
instruction manual. $30
Yaesu MH-1 B 8 dynamic hand microphone
This is the Yaesu hand microphone that has the round
8 pin connector on it. It will go with virtually any
Yaesu rig that uses the round 8 pin connector. It has
up, down, and fst switches, and well as a tone switch,
in addition to the PTT switch.
This particular unit works fie. The front of it looks
very good. The back has some minor defects, but nothing
that effects operation. $30
Lafayette EAM-15 dynamic hand microphone
2000 ohm impedance can be used any place a dynamic mic is
needed. Striped and tinned leads.
It works fine, and looks good also. $25
Generic Hand Microphone
This is a low impedance hand microphone, black in color.
With 8 pin round connector wired for Kenwood. $27
Striped and tinned leads. $22
Regular hand microphone
Electret Condenser microphone
Generic Black mic, with gray PTT bar. Requires polarizing
DTMF Touch Tone Microphones:
Icom HM-23 DTMF Touch Tone Microphone
This mic has the 16 digit DTMF touchtone pad, but also has
the up and down switches. It was designed to be used with
the 27, 28, 37, and 47 that require a longer nut on the mic,
but can also be used with the 25A, 28H, 38, 45A, 48, 77, 78,
120, 229H, 271, 275, 290, 375, 451, 471/A, 475, 505, 575,
707, 718, 725, 728, 729, 735, 736, 737/A, 745, 746, 751/A,
756/PRO, 761, 765, 775, 781, 820H, 821H, 900, 901, 970, 1201,
1271, 1275, 2400, 3200, 3210 and maybe others.
It can also be used on an HF rig to give a mic with DTMF
Basically, it is the same as the HM-14, but with a larger nut
on the connector.
It has the round 8 pin connector, is in good shape, and
works fine. It looks close to new. $50
KDK TM-2 DTMF Microphone
This mic has up-down switches on it, along with a 12 digit
DTMF touch tone pad. It has a round 6 pin connector, and
looks extremely nice. $40
KDK TM-1 DTMF Microphone
This mic has a 12 digit DTMF Touch Tone Pad on the front,
along with an on-off switch for the pad. It has a 4 pin
connector, and looks great. $35
CES 655 L "Microdialer" DTMF Microphone
You can manual dial a number, or automatically have it
stored in the mic, and "speed dial" with this mic. 12
digit touch tone pad on the front, with the microphone
part above the pad. This one presently has a 4 pin plug
on it, but of course that can be changed. $35
CES 600 L, Universal DTMF microphone
This has a normal touch tone pad on the front, with
a low impedance microphone. This one has the 8 pin
modular plug (like a computer LAN) on it. This mic has
not been used, so it is in really great condition.
With paper work for $40.
Data Signal "Data-Coder 5" touch tone mic
This mic has a 12 digit touchtone pad on it, plus a
normal low impedance microphone. With 4 pin plug.
Like new. $38
Prices do not include shipping from Florida.
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