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Here are the pinouts for the 4 wire and 6 wire D104 mics. they were great microphones back in the 1980s. I used to have one on my Ten-Tac HF ham radio.

Astatic (4 wire) Astatic (6 wire)
1- Shield 1- Shield & Blue
2- White 2- White
3- Red 3- Red
4- Black 4- Black

Yellow NC

you just need to know what the pin out is for your 10M Radio. here is what each pin is
4 WIRE MIC CABLE
Pin Number
1 Audio Shield
2 Audio Lead
3 Transmit Control
4 Receive Control
here is the manual.
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/452637/Galaxy-Dx-98vhp.html?page=8#manual







Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Oct 03, 2019


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Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Sep 22, 2019


Each channel is a AM carrier frequency which is the center frequency of the channel. Each AM frequency has two sidebands, a lower sideband which is the below the center frequency (AM) and a upper sideband which is above the center frequency.
See the following for some explanation of sidebands:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sideband
Hope this helps and 73
Jim

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Aug 29, 2019


It sounds like you either have a mis-matched antenna, a poor antenna connection, or your radio is too close to the antenna. Try moving the radio further away from the antenna.

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Jun 04, 2019


Google found this on the Galaxy site: https://sites.google.com/site/galaxyradios/amateur-and-cb-radios/amateur-radios/galaxy-dx-47hp

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Jun 04, 2019


check out www.cbradio.nl:servicemanual they have a Saturn and it should be the same as the turbo . Good luck.

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on May 23, 2019


The diode audio limiter is detecting when your audio levels are too high and clips the audio waveform, limiting the strength of the signal before it is further amplified by your audio amplifier. When the diode audio limiter is working, it is therefore helping eliminate static and pops that are annoying, and keep you from clearly hearing the desired signal.

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Apr 08, 2019


This involves checking the voltages on the internal final and driver transistors. The base connection should have 4 to 6 volts on it..

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Feb 01, 2019


I hope you have the right equipment to work on this. http://www.cbtricks.com/radios/galaxy/dx99v/
If it was modded you may be in for a long haul. There are a lot of youtube vids on how to mod radios and not many of them do it correctly. Good luck

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Feb 01, 2019


I would check the wires and push to talk switch for your microphone. Likely the continuity is broken due to either a broken connection at the plug, the wire itself, or the push to talk switch. Use an ohm meter with the microphone unplugged and put the two test leads of the ohm meter across the two pins on the microphone plug that controls the on off function. When you press the push to talk switch if the ohm meter does not read near zero ohms, your problem is in your mic connections,

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Jan 25, 2019


the switch with E/A, F/B, G/C, H/D is the band selector. the switch with PA, FM, AM is the mode selector. use this switch if you want to work on FM or AM.

here is a link if you want to download the manual:
http://cbradio.nl/galaxy/Manual_Galaxy_DX44V_ENG.pdf

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Nov 14, 2018


what no directions with it ?To program sounds into it ,if I am not mistaken , there is a microphone that comes with it to pick up anything you want to record but I think it will cover up your last sound . I have never owned one or installed one but there should have been instructions with it .

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Oct 04, 2018


the problem is one you may not be able to work on . It will take a scope and a spectrum analyzer along with an RFSG to get this one working . Some simple ??. Does the radio come on ? Check with your hand passing over the radio to check for hot spots? The best thing to do is get it to a tech and let them work on it.

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Oct 04, 2018


make sure the voltage switch on the back of the radio is fully into the position you are using it for. it has an a/c switch and 120 volt on the same switch .

Galaxy Radio... | Answered on Oct 04, 2018

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