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Wiring diagram for G50 transmitter cable
by kharmaman on 2010-06-25 14:10:11

How is the transmitter cable for the Relay G50 wired? I wish to make my own cables to better suit my setup.



Re: Wiring diagram for G50 transmitter cable
by dboomer on 2010-06-28 14:04:12

pin 1 is shield and pin 3 is hot. Others unconnected.



Re: Wiring diagram for G50 transmitter cable
by cbbass123 on 2010-06-28 23:54:28

as per disassembly of the supplied cable, 

Pin 1  Sleeve

Pin 2  Open/Not Connected

Pin 3  Tip(audio)

Pin 4  Sleeve

as per Shure replacement cable

Pin 1 Sleeve

Pin 2 Open/Not connected

Pin 3 Tip(audio)

Pin 4 Open/Not connected

I posted the exact info in a thread just recently...



Re: Wiring diagram for G50 transmitter cable
by kharmaman on 2010-06-29 07:51:55

Thanks everyone, this helps a lot.



Re: Wiring diagram for G50 transmitter cable
by bucwheat on 2013-02-03 14:16:47

If pin one is sleeve and pin 3 is hot+    Then why is the original factory cable supplied with the unit wired differently?  Was there a product revision that caused this? I think answering this will clear up a lot of confusion amongst Relay Owners....   It might be worth while to post a downloadable document with the proper wiring configurations for the proper models/revisions etc...



Re: Wiring diagram for G50 transmitter cable
by dboomer on 2013-02-03 16:40:47

It shouldn't be.

Shorting pin 3 to pin 4 sets the input impedance at 20 k

Leaving it unconnected  sets the input impedance at 1.3m

Generally a higher impedance works better with passive pickups.  Active pickups may work better at the lower impedance



Re: Wiring diagram for G50 transmitter cable
by aksman on 2013-02-04 15:55:38

I just soldered a right-angle plug onto one of the supplied cables, and noticed that there was a ground cable AND a blue cable soldered to the sleeve, with the white cable conneceted to the tip.

Should I have changed it (disconnected the blue)?  What's the consensus here?




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