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I need urgent a cable for a Beomic BM5

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junno
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junno posted on Thu, Dec 25 2014 7:01 AM

Hello my name is Juliano, I'll cut to the chase. I have with me a microphone B & OBeomic BM5 in hand, I have pictures for analysis. I urgently need to know how I can buythe cable for this microphone, this is not to stereo cable 5 system and plug 5 pin. Then do not know if it is still working, the microphone is a friend who won this former head of the company where he worked, if I get a cable and the microphone is working, will benegotiating the purchase of the microphone, I want to acquire this piece . I need to know a website or even here on B & O can sell me directly and deliver to my address in Brazil.When the value of this cable?

 


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vikinger
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Welcome to Beoworld!

Ask Steve at Sounds Heavenly (link at bottom of page).

I think the standard Beomic BM5 has a 5pin DIN base needing a DIN female plug.

Graham

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The BM5 is a BALANCED output microphone, so pins 1 and 3 is the output from the left channel and pins 4 and 5 the output from the right channel.

Pin 2 is the earth connection.

You would need a female socket to connect to the balanced input of your amplifier, or Beocord 2000,1500,1800, 2400 series open spool tape recorder.

Ron

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junno replied on Thu, Dec 25 2014 9:18 PM

edited and deleted because in the last post I asked correctly

 

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junno replied on Thu, Dec 25 2014 9:19 PM

thank you!

On the first post related to store Steve at Sounds Heavenly, since I contacted them, will only send me day response on January 2, saw products there. But if I could set up my own, it would help me in the future if my break I bought ...

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junno replied on Thu, Dec 25 2014 9:44 PM

edited and deleted because in the last post I asked correctly

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junno replied on Thu, Dec 25 2014 10:29 PM

I was thinking here about what I posted so I decided to edit the other two posts and put the correct question of the construction of the cable ...

 

Since the microphone is stereo thought about making a cable with a 5 pin DIN female (to be plugged into the BM5) and 2 plugs Canon XLR using the user-explained scheme "Langleyav" 1 and 3 left channel and right channel 4 and 5 and 2 I would connect the earth for both the left channel, and the right (2 XLR plug canons to enter the entries Focusrite scarlett 18i6, entries 1 and 2). My logic is correct, I could ride the cable in this way? So I would have to have a cable with 5-way to do this project, correct? If this is correct, what cable brand do you recommend to do the project? If I miss the solder when making the cable runs some risk I damage the microphone?

 

Look it  Din 5 Pin Female: 

 

http://s3.showmecables.com/images/catalog/product/3-Pin-DIN-Female-Solder-Connector-1735-1.jpg

 

Two Canons XLR: 

http://www.opelicano.com/imagens/opelicano.com/produtos/CNM2.jpg

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for the recommendation!

junno: you have mail! ;-)

Kind regards, Steve.

Steve.

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