Microphone wiring? Answered
I have a broken microphone. Its wire is cut inside the insulation. i want to replace the entire cable.
when i removed the plastic cover of the microphone i saw a red and a black wire soldered to it.
Therefore it uses only 2 wires but in the connector it is a TRS one not a TS one. i will also replace the connector.
i am wondering how should i wire a TRS connector which has 3 leads. one being the common ground. but the other 2. should i short them out and connect the red wire or must I connect the wire to only one lead?
Then if i buy a $0.2 TS connector and i wire it accordingly. will it work?
One another question does the microphone device has polarity that is should i connect positive to positive and negative to negative lead. because there is no indication on the Mic?