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Old 27th January 2016, 11:07 AM   #1
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Default X150.5 XLR Pins

I recently bought an X150.5 and will be using it with a Parasound JC2 Preamp. The JC2 XLR pin configuration is 1-Grnd, 2-(+) and 3-(-). I tried to find the X150.5 pin configuration but had no luck. Can anyone help?
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I................The JC2 XLR pin configuration is 1-Grnd, 2-(+) and 3-(-). .............
Pin 1 should be Chassis, not ground.

You can test your XLR wiring with the Hummer from Whitlock, or one of his mates.
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Pin 1 should be Chassis, not ground.

You can test your XLR wiring with the Hummer from Whitlock, or one of his mates.
Thanks, Ill look into That.
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here is the Hummer.

Note that the "Hummer" test can be performed on both balanced impedance and unbalanced impedance equipment.
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