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Does anyone have a drawing of the pin layout of the headset connector showing which pins are mic, left and right speaker available?

Thanks for any and all help,

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Ken. I don't have a drawing, but here is the layout. Looking at the female outlet, with the locating slot at the bottom, and starting at 9 o;clock:
Pin 1 is mic input. 2 is mic signal ground. 3is headset output ground. 4 is headset output, right channel, 5 is headset output, left channel.
 

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Thank you sir - that is good enought - that's looking at the plug on the bike, so that will conform to the "back" of the plug I would plug into it.

Thanks a bunch - this board ALWAYS seems to come thru.

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Thanks Fred, I just didn't have any of my books or personal computer available where I'm working today.

73 de Ken H.
 

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Just noticed the drawing doesn't show signal names. The upper photo here shows the signals. Ignore the lower one, it is for an Autocom headset.

Pin 1 Mic is white
Pin 2 Shield is gray
Pin 3 black is headset common
Pin 4 yellow is right headset +
Pin 5 red is left headset +

 
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