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Sandisk M250 ear phones Jack information 2.5 or 3.5 ?

I bought Sandisk M250 from circuitcity, my ear phones not working. i taught of buying new ear phones, i need what jack it supports its 2.5 jack or 3.5 jack?. provide the required information

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It's the larger headphone minijack standard on most portable tape players etc., not the much larger one found on hime stereo equipment or the smaller one most often found on cellphones. So, "3.5" (mm?), I suppose.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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