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    Turner Road King 70J microphone

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Size:  3.54 MBNeed a diaphram for this microphone one purchase .wonder if any other diaphram can work any idea


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    It's probably the same as the RK 60's.

    http://www.cbtricks.com/mic_manuals/...r_rk60_60j.pdf


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Size:  19.9 KBYes it is the same but cannot get it .i bought this of ebay sold as is so i sorting it out.i wired it four pin and used the six pin adapter on the ranger 2950 .i dont have the right battery so i am using a old 9 volts battery which down to 7.9 volts.no audio .i did some work on it last night.i dont think the standard micro diagram .can work.i will do some more experiment with it later.this what the adapter look like.the only thing that different is one is nosie cancelling
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    It uses a 7v battery, which can be hard to find...There's one that is used in dog collars that is 7v and can be found at Pets Mart, or you can use 12v garage door opener batterys which are pretty easy to find...last ones I bought came from Walmart, 2 to a pack...you will need to adjust the prongs a little in the Mic to fit the battery because the 12v battery's are a hair shorter than the original 7v ones...

    Don't worry about frying the mic using a 12v battery because you will be adjusting the voltage anyway when your adjusting the mic gain on back of the mic to keep it from squealing...

    A23 12v battery's is what you need to look for...Eveready, Duracell, whatever...


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    The diaphram seems to be defective so i will try to get one if i can.and the battery .
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    I found this one on ebay 5 of them for 16.00 .i dont need 5 thanks much.i will but this on of amazon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcat View Post
    That one will work yes...just have to order the thing, which is why I suggested the 12v A23's...they are easy to find just about anywhere without having to order...


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    Ok no problem as long as it would not damage the amplifer circuit
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    Quote Originally Posted by source View Post
    Ok no problem as long as it would not damage the amplifer circuit
    No...I used them all the time in my old Turners...Just have to like I said bend the battery prongs a little to keep the battery from falling out, thats it.


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