Telephone RJ-11 adapter for Headset Mic?

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I have a headset microphone with two 3.5 mm input/output mini-plugs (or
two 1/4" (6.3 mm) phone plug adapters). Is there any way at all that I
could use this with a regular phone (RJ-11)?

Thanks,
Brian



Re: Telephone RJ-11 adapter for Headset Mic?


On 20 Sep 2005 08:54:54 -0700, briglass@gmail.com wrote:

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With a voice modem in a PC.

Brad Houser


Re: Telephone RJ-11 adapter for Headset Mic?


How about without having to go through the PC?



Re: Telephone RJ-11 adapter for Headset Mic?


briglass@gmail.com writes:

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Check the "Telephone Headgear" link at
http://www.epanorama.net/links/telephone.html#phonecircuits

It looks promising. I have not tried that.

Other way to do conversion could be to take a telephone
that has a removable cord between the handset and base unit.
Then make a small adapter from headset connector to
headset. Somethign like what is done at
http://www.mml.uni-hannover.de/einhorn/headset/index_e.html
Note: There are differences in the implementations
of handset interface from base unit to handset in different
telephones.

--
Tomi Engdahl (http://www.iki.fi/then /)
Take a look at my electronics web links and documents at
http://www.epanorama.net /


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