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One pin to Two Pin

I need a one pin to two pin adapter for a motorola radius sp-50.
If anybody can find one, please let me know.

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    Rommel Cana May 11, 2010

    what is the two pin adapter for? is it for charging or for speaker mic


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If there is an adaptor for this I would check Radio Shack or Grainger. Other than that you will need a new mic.

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Otherwise, you might check with your local Radio Shack. It is possible they might have a 1-pin device which might work with the Sport 10X. On some audio devices the second pin is only for stability. The main thing which would make a difference is size, length and placement of rings.

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Rick to maxtrac, is it the same a radius

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Where can I find a plug adapter for a 2 pin accessory going into a 1 pin radio? I have 1 pin talkabout type radio, but the accessory is a the two pin type. I found an adapter in the UK, but need something...

Try your local radio shack first. Then if they don't have one, there are several online headset/earpiece companies which might including Cobalt; Klein Electronics; David Clark

You might also consider getting the correct audio device for the radio at the Motorola store;jsessionid=95A27CFFFEDE858D74CC8BB6B82C79C8.mot1?cmd=catDisplayStyle&entryPoint=adirect&catKey=601560&messageType=catDisplayStyle

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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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Model numbers P94YQT00G2 and P94YQT20G2 are 450-470 MHz.

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If the radio is the SP50+ (aka SP50 Compact) model number P94YQS00G2 or P94YQS20G2 it is 450-470 MHz

The reference in the model numbers between the "00" and the "20" refers to whether the radio is 25K or 12.5K channel spacing.

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