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Hi, I couldn't find what kind of input that vehicle has for audio. If it's the standard RCA type input, you could get a splitter for your Iphone headphones jack that converts the 3.5mm headphone jack into audio RCA's, then connect that way. If the vehicle has a standard 3.5mm input (like a headphones jack) you can get a 3.5mm cord that connects from your Iphone headphones out into the vehicles 3.5mm in.
The KA-333 compaticord connects from the earphone or headphone jack output of a voice recorder to the microphone input jack of another recording device.
With the KA-333, you can transfer recordings from your voice recorder to another voice recorder.
You can also use the KA-333 to transfer recordings from a voice recorder to a PC or home stereo (check your PC or home stereo for jack compatibility).
I had this same problem. The headphone jack is coming loose from the main board. Instead of getting repaired I purchased some bluetooth compatible headphones. DON'T get the ones made for the ipaq by HP. Lots of breakage issues (including the one I purchased).
Inside the phone there is a little coonecting plate built in on the audio jack, this plate has most probably lost its shape and is not making contact. check if your headphones work, if it does rather take the phone to professional cellphone repairer to either have the audio jack replaced or repaired.
This was a fun project. Here's how I did it. You'll need to download a freeware audio editor named Audacity. I did this on a Mac, but it's cross-platform, and I'm assuming the menus are the same for Windows.
(1) Copy .pwi (Note) file to PC
(2) Open Audacity
(3) Get the Note audio into Audacity by:
Import as raw data
(4) Select all of the audio by clicking below its file name at left of the graphic of the file
(5) Click on dropdown menu (arrow next to file name)
Set Rate to 11025 Hz
(6) Convert to WAV by:
Export as wav
Sounds like a mechanical issue that hp should fix under warranty. It would be annoying to have to perform surgery every time you want to remove the headphones.
Also, if my inderstanding of how these jacks work is correct, it's possible that rapidly plugging and unplugging the headphones could get the audio to go back to the internal speaker.
I would suggest getting hp to permanently fix it.
i think that audio jack is for headphone-microphone combined (those cable plugs have a three black lines , top for left audio, center for right audio, last line for microphone)
so you can use a headphones with mic directly with this 5500.
the mic is i said before is the last line.
what you need is a monophone plug.
i dont think stereo mic will work.