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  1. Micron Output Cable to TA3

    I have a SD 633 and want to run a Micron Explorer receiver into the line in TA3 on channels 4,5,or 6. Can I just re-terminate the Micron output cable (RX AOCH-HR4......just signal, no power) to a TA3. I've noticed the Micron cable has a "ground Jumper"; a TA3 can't be wired the same. Any thoughts?
  2. Antennas for Micron Explorers

    Hey Guys, what do I need to connect either Dipole or SharkFin antennas to my Micron Explorers. (I have two). Do I need passive or active, also would I need a distributor? It'll be a cart set-up. Would a distributor need power? ................ Waddayathink?
  3. I have this old Micron tx 501 with a Sony mic but as the Sony is so big to hide I think I would like to change it to a RODE one as can change the cable with those so I can use it with Micron with its own cable. Now you older professionals might remember how to connect this combination. Tried the same as with Sony and didn´t get it working so I put the Sony back. The Rode cable is a nightmare to solder with bad eyesight at least... As a retired sound guy this is more or less for hobby, but if someone can help I would be very thankfull! Matti
  4. Service for Microns

    Hi, I have a bunch of Micron units that I need to send in for service. Can anyone recommend a good service shop for Micron units? I usually send them back to Micron in the UK, but hopefully there is a place either in the US or Canada. Thank you, Dustin-