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Finding a adapter pin for motorola

Hi , Im looking for a adapter pin that goes from two pins to one pin. That because im trying to use a motorola BDN6774A headset in a morola talk about series radio that become with une pin input. Let me know if you guys know something for this!


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no creo encuentres ese adaptador, Talk about utiliza un plug stereo de 2.5 mm, el audifono que mencionas tiene dos plugs uno de 3.5 mm Mono y uno 2.5 mm stereo.
Tendras que hacerlo y cortar el cable y utilizar un plug 2.5 mm

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