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  1. #1
    Chris L
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    I'd like my P910i to be able to play through my car stereo whilst in its
    HCA20 cradle. Anyone know what the formal name of the jack plug size
    that is needed to fit the phone so I can wire it in ?

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    Chris L.



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  2. #2
    Martin
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    Re: P910i speaker out jack size


    "Chris L" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'd like my P910i to be able to play through my car stereo whilst in its
    > HCA20 cradle. Anyone know what the formal name of the jack plug size that
    > is needed to fit the phone so I can wire it in ?
    >
    > --
    > Chris L.


    I think it's a 1.6 mm jack

    Martin





  3. #3
    Tym
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    Re: P910i speaker out jack size

    On Fri, 10 Jun 2005 21:28:44 +0100, Chris L
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I'd like my P910i to be able to play through my car stereo whilst in its
    >HCA20 cradle. Anyone know what the formal name of the jack plug size
    >that is needed to fit the phone so I can wire it in ?



    Do you mean play as in the music player, or plat as in voice calls?

    If latter then use the advanced music mute - that's exactly what it
    does in mt HCA20. IF teh former, the please advise, as I'm in the same
    boat!! Rintones, MP3s etc don't play through HCA20...

    Tym





  4. #4
    Chris L
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    Re: P910i speaker out jack size

    I have the advanced music mute, but sadly this won't let me play music
    on my P910i amplified through my radio/cassette. Instead, I intend to
    use the headphone jack sound out on the phone and plug into the cassette
    via one of those dummy tape cassettes you can but in supermarkets these
    days. Problem is the jack plus is very small and not intuitive how to
    classify when ordering adapters.



    In message <[email protected]>, Tym
    <[email protected]> writes
    >On Fri, 10 Jun 2005 21:28:44 +0100, Chris L
    ><[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>I'd like my P910i to be able to play through my car stereo whilst in its
    >>HCA20 cradle. Anyone know what the formal name of the jack plug size
    >>that is needed to fit the phone so I can wire it in ?

    >
    >
    >Do you mean play as in the music player, or plat as in voice calls?
    >
    >If latter then use the advanced music mute - that's exactly what it
    >does in mt HCA20. IF teh former, the please advise, as I'm in the same
    >boat!! Rintones, MP3s etc don't play through HCA20...
    >
    >Tym
    >
    >


    --
    Chris L.



  5. #5
    Martin
    Guest

    Re: P910i speaker out jack size


    "Chris L" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I have the advanced music mute, but sadly this won't let me play music on
    >my P910i amplified through my radio/cassette. Instead, I intend to use the
    >headphone jack sound out on the phone and plug into the cassette via one of
    >those dummy tape cassettes you can but in supermarkets these days. Problem
    >is the jack plus is very small and not intuitive how to classify when
    >ordering adapters.
    >


    Like I said you need to measure the diameter of the jackplug. 2.5mm is the
    normal type jackplug you find on most portable devices, but the smaller ones
    you see are 1.6mm (stereo)

    Martin





  6. #6
    Chris L
    Guest

    Re: P910i speaker out jack size

    Success has now been attained using part no . FA94C from Maplin this
    being a 2.5-3.5 Stereo Adptr.


    In message <[email protected]>, Martin
    <[email protected]> writes
    >
    >"Chris L" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >>I have the advanced music mute, but sadly this won't let me play music on
    >>my P910i amplified through my radio/cassette. Instead, I intend to use the
    >>headphone jack sound out on the phone and plug into the cassette via one of
    >>those dummy tape cassettes you can but in supermarkets these days. Problem
    >>is the jack plus is very small and not intuitive how to classify when
    >>ordering adapters.
    >>

    >
    >Like I said you need to measure the diameter of the jackplug. 2.5mm is the
    >normal type jackplug you find on most portable devices, but the smaller ones
    >you see are 1.6mm (stereo)
    >
    >Martin
    >
    >


    --
    Chris L.



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