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Topic # 6408 24-Jan-2006 10:30
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Hi,

I saw a thread about his from last year, but here is my question. Is there an adaptor available to go from a Sanyo 5600 to RCA inputs in stereo? My local telecom dealership cant supply one. They said there supplier does not have any sort of adaptor for the 5600.

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  Reply # 26992 24-Jan-2006 11:37
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one of these and one of these should do the trick...
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  Reply # 27012 24-Jan-2006 16:49
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thanks...thats fab. Will try it out.

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  Reply # 27352 28-Jan-2006 00:10
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Hi;

Yes you can. The 3.5 to 2.5mill converter comes with the Sanyo 9000, and TRS (Telecom Retail Stores) ie Telecom owned stores (not leading edge or orb stores) also have a limited stock of these.

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