ClearCom XLR

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bceb120
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ClearCom XLR

Post by bceb120 » Tue Apr 19, 2016 5:10 pm

Hello,

I am using the ClearCom V Series com panel and am wondering if anyone knows where to get a replace female XLR input for the gooseneck mic?
I've called ClearCom and they do not sell that piece individually. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Attached is a picture of the XLR I need.
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Re: ClearCom XLR

Post by NECRAT » Wed Apr 20, 2016 3:54 pm

Let me check next week when I return to work, and see if we have any in our parts stash.

What model is the panel it came out of?
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Re: ClearCom XLR

Post by w4cl » Thu Apr 21, 2016 8:55 am

Sounding totally stupid, can't the wires just be resoldered to the connector or is there more damage that can't be seen?

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Re: ClearCom XLR

Post by dbuckley » Thu Apr 21, 2016 2:52 pm

Its made by Neutrik, the MPR-HD Series: http://www.neutrik.com/en/xlr/xlr-chass ... hd-series/

Assuming you're in the States, Newark Electronics will have them.

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Re: ClearCom XLR

Post by bceb120 » Thu Apr 28, 2016 4:25 pm

NECRAT wrote:Let me check next week when I return to work, and see if we have any in our parts stash.

What model is the panel it came out of?
That came out of a V Series panel. I'm looking for the female 3 pin connector the a gooseneck connection

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Re: ClearCom XLR

Post by bceb120 » Thu Apr 28, 2016 4:26 pm

dbuckley wrote:Its made by Neutrik, the MPR-HD Series: http://www.neutrik.com/en/xlr/xlr-chass ... hd-series/

Assuming you're in the States, Newark Electronics will have them.
I've been looking on their site and they are only showing male connectors. I need to find a 3 pin female, which I'm wondering if it was a custom design for the Clear Com V Series panels.

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Re: ClearCom XLR

Post by bceb120 » Thu Apr 28, 2016 4:28 pm

w4cl wrote:Sounding totally stupid, can't the wires just be resoldered to the connector or is there more damage that can't be seen?
There isn't a lot of room left to strip the wires and get enough space to resolder. The tear in the connector is right at the poles and would prefer to get a fresh one rather than a resolderd.

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Re: ClearCom XLR

Post by w4cl » Fri Apr 29, 2016 10:35 am

bceb120 wrote:
w4cl wrote:Sounding totally stupid, can't the wires just be resoldered to the connector or is there more damage that can't be seen?
There isn't a lot of room left to strip the wires and get enough space to resolder. The tear in the connector is right at the poles and would prefer to get a fresh one rather than a resolderd.
Got it. We are still using a RTS 4010 system! I hope one day the higher ups decide we need to move into the 21st Century, but this damn thing WON'T DIE!

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