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Audio output jack is small; need adapter.

I bought a Sentry wireless headset. The jacks that came with the set transmitter go into an adapter but the peg is still too big for the audio output jack in the back of set.

Is there an adapter I can buy so my headset will work?

I am getting desparate.

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You can buy an adaptor (Large to Small) at any good Electrical store.
Take the jacks with you so they are sure what you require.
The adaptors are not very expensive at all.

Best wishes.

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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