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Male transmitter size

Want to connect the transmiiter for the logitech freepulse wireless headset with a 12 or 25 ft extension cable to my pc (M/F audio extension cable). What size is the male transmitter plug? I think it's 3.5mm?
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It's 3.5 m. Your assumption is correct.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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