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External mic So I can use a external mic with the 3,5mm input, for example the Shure 58? Speak trough this mic when a call is coming in and listen to it on my own headphone? So there is a in and out on this unit?

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No you can't !! This unit only has an audio out but the mic is built into it. You have to speak into the WBT210 when you connect to a phone call.

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