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#5777 25-Nov-2005 19:49
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Has anyone had dealings with these guys before? I ordered a 2.5mm to 3.5mm headphone adaptor for my apache 14 days ago and they said they would have stock in 7 days - still waiting and the site now says there is a 6 day wait for stock. I emailed them at 6am NZ time this morning (AU site) and still no reply.

Another question I suppose is - has anyone found an easy place to get one of these?

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#23857 25-Nov-2005 20:06
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Jaycar stock a 2.5mm stereo -> 3.5mm stereo adapter for somewhere around $4 - I purchased one a few weeks ago. I would imagine DSE probably stock the same plug.

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#23858 25-Nov-2005 20:14
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cat no: pa3532 - bought same thing for my harrier weeks ago. Not quite sure that it works exactly as I wanted to (doesnt appear to be stereo when I use it to my car stereo) but does the job for the few times I use it.


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#23859 25-Nov-2005 20:18
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yeah I looked at the DSE model and its like a 1 inch long thing and I heard you have to have it not quite pushed in to get stereo which is why I went for the real deal - which also alows the mic on the phone to work if you get a call.

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#23861 25-Nov-2005 20:44
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I got my i-mate Jasjar through Expansys USA. But that was a deal arranged by Microsoft (similar to the PDC offer), so it was probably a "special treatment". Got a reply in a matter of hours, and the Jasjar was here in four days.

Of course can't say about dealing with the Astralian folks (presuming you are dealing with the down under version?)

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