Following an earlier post, wondered if somebody could answer a couple of questions and provide some direction for me please for a first time cable modder.
I have an IEM cable which is currently terminated with a 3.5mm Viablue connector, I am looking at swapping this and changing it to a 4 pin XLR connector for use with my M8. I understand that in theory this should be fairly easy to do?
I believe that the wire will be soldered onto the Viablue connector as follows: Tip - Left Signal +, Ring - Right Signal +, Sleeve - Ground (so I assume this will have two wires soldered onto it for left and right)?
I believe the configuration for the XLR will be: Pin 1 - Left Positive, Pin 2 - Left Negative, Pin 3 - Right Positive, Pin 4 - Right Negative.
It should therefore be fairly easy to identify the Left and Right Positive (Signal) wires. How would I Differentiate the left and right negative wires?