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The connections and the cable with the GN 9120 are too small for my receiver connection. Conversely, the receiver cord is too large to plug intothe GN 9120. Both receiver cable and connection are the standard phone connectors. Are there adapters available, if so, where would I get them from? I would need a small female to large male and a large female to a small male. Thanks. Bill

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  • wwrighten Mar 30, 2008

    So basically I am converting a RJ-11 to a RJ-45 and vice versa? Using the bezel, wouldn't the pin placement and contact points be different? Thanks. Bill

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U have get form ur nearest electronic ( electrical ) store
take the sample of it they will give u the same of sample of pice

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