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ewan pohe

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#6457 26-Jan-2006 22:36
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hi

is there somewhere in nz where i can buy an adaptor to turn the headset plug into a 3.5mm stereo plug so i can plug it in to my fm transmitter and play my mps through the car?

dse dont seem to have anything. it would be a help if i could find out the name of the adaptor i need?

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Ewan

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#27279 26-Jan-2006 23:02
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I thought the Harrier headset plugin is 3.5" as most sound devices, unlike some other older Pocket PC?





 

 

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  #27287 27-Jan-2006 05:41
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Go here Jaycar.

 
 
 
 


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  #27298 27-Jan-2006 08:30
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Much cheaper at DSE







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  #27302 27-Jan-2006 08:38
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Disenchanted: Much cheaper at DSE


I am sure I tried one from DSE but from memory it wouldnt work because the 'plug' part that goes into the Harrier is too big (not the 2.5mm plug but the surrounding base) as the Harrier slot is slightly recessed.

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  #27312 27-Jan-2006 09:29
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You are smarter than I look...







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  #27323 27-Jan-2006 12:34
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This is what i did for my harrier. I bought a headset from the 2 dollar shop and cut the end off and added a 3.5 mm socket to the end witha good old soldering iron. And ran a mp3 to test if i got left nd right around the right way. Its gues work and it works. (one wire doesnt do anything cus its for the mic)

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