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Topic # 5792 26-Nov-2005 13:01
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For those wanting to use their MP3 playing handset ie Sanyo 5600/Nokia 6255 Harrier or Apache etc some telecom stores have an adaptor cable available for $14.95. Works great, have tested with AV labs portable music system and goes great.





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  Reply # 24022 29-Nov-2005 10:52
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It gets even better! these are only $5 from Telecom in Lampton Quay, Wellington.

I have seen these for $30 dollars or more on some websites so this is a great deal.




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  Reply # 24029 29-Nov-2005 14:53
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Ok, so now you got my attention.

Can anyone supply me link or model/part#. I assume they will have the same here in Hamilton.




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  Reply # 24031 29-Nov-2005 15:29
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ADPSTD -$14.95 - they have a microphone anc can be used as a cheap handsfree in the car!!





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  Reply # 24300 6-Dec-2005 18:16
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Hey there...
So what is it exactly? is it an adapter which converts from 2.5mm to 3.5mm? Somebody was saying that Telecom will have those wireless FM transmitters for 5600 by christmas?


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  Reply # 24308 6-Dec-2005 19:59
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Ebbi: Hey there...
So what is it exactly? is it an adapter which converts from 2.5mm to 3.5mm? Somebody was saying that Telecom will have those wireless FM transmitters for 5600 by christmas?


Yes it is an adapter cable approx 100mm to convert 2.5 to 3.5 as well they sell a FM transmitter to suit have bought one works well approx $80.00

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  Reply # 24314 6-Dec-2005 21:30
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Or going to dick smith and buying a 3.5 to 2.5mm convertor for approx. $1 seems a much better idea to me. I have one for my phone, plug headphones and tape adapter into it for in car. Works perfectly!!!!!



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  Reply # 24349 7-Dec-2005 09:28
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Hi Tried that adaptor on the Harrier and could only get Mono and stereo if i pulled the adaptor slightly out. $14.95 cheap car kit as well, the mic is quite good and the stereo speakers mean you can hear your conversation better than some hard wired car kits!






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