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simon14

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#80874 5-Apr-2011 14:47
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I purchased this headset shown below:



It only works in my phone if I plug it into the big oversized adapter below: (provided with headset)



Both ends are exactly the same - this adapter obviously does something.... what's it actually doing? The headset I previously had (that i lost) had no adapter and simply plugged straight in.
 

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bazzer
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  #455558 5-Apr-2011 15:16
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Might be a different TRS configuration?

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  #455559 5-Apr-2011 15:21
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Looks to have an inline mic/remote. I tried an i9000t supplied headset with inline remote in an iphone today and it didn't work either. Must have a different pin configuration.

 
 
 
 


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  #455598 5-Apr-2011 16:17
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@lxsw20 Yeah that sounds about right, HTC and Apple use the same Mic in, everyone else, Sony, Nokia, Samsung have the pin in a different place....




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  #455613 5-Apr-2011 17:12
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Ok, thanks for the feedback.

A bit annoying have this heavy converter hanging on the end of my phone though... oh well!

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  #455619 5-Apr-2011 17:43
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simon14:

Both ends are exactly the same - this adapter obviously does something.... what's it actually doing?
 


Perhaps this?
http://www.google.co.nz/search?q=iphone+headset+recessed



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  #455621 5-Apr-2011 18:30
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No, its just that a certain idiot fruit based phone company decided to swap the ground around to be on a ring instead of the sleeve like on everything else.

In saying that, I do recall that I had a nokia headset with even more funky wiring in the past that was not just a simple swap between the sleeve and the ring beside it like apple to most other phones need which that adapter will be doing.




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