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    Help out a Newbie!

    Hi guys, Im new at working with Audio Electronics and such, and on a little project im working on I seem to have come into a snag.

    Im trying to make a small external Microphone for a Korg CA-30 Tuner. The tuner has a 1/4" mono input on it, and im trying to use a standard Omnidirectional microphone ( one that you would use for a computer ) and make it so that I can soder the Mic onto the 1/4" mono jack..

    Is this at all possible? and if so, how do I go about sodering the Single Core Mic Cable to a 1/4" mono jack?


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    I'm guessing the mic currently has a 1/8" jack on it and you want to change this to a 1/4". If so, it's quite straightforward. The connections are exactly the same, so just have a look at how the 1/8" jack is wired and duplicate this on the 1/4".

    Our audio connections pages have a bit more info which may (or may not) be helpful.

    If I've misunderstood what you're trying to do, let me know.
    Dave Owen
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    If you want you dont have to worry about soldering or cutting anything and just go to radio shack or some electronics place and buy a 1/4" Male to 1/8" female adapter and that will solve your problem and all you have to do is connect the mic to the adapter and then connect the 1/4" connection of the adapter into your equipment and you're good.

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