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Howard Roark
Anyone know which remote works with the 6K, the older RH1 or the new RH2?
kahm
QUOTE(Howard Roark @ Apr 23 2005, 08:59 PM)
Anyone know which remote works with the 6K, the older RH1 or the new RH2?
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AFAIK, the remote will only work on Clamshell Z's. (I was going to say Japanese Z's, but then I remembered that the 6000 comes in a Japanese version).

The RH2 is only for the C1k/C3k series, so if any is going to work it would have to be the RH1. (Which is a Japanese only part apparently originally intended for use on the MI series Zaurii.)

I doubt it'd work though. Anyone want to send me a 6000 for testing? laugh.gif
Laze
Just tested a little - the RH1 plug can't even fit into the SL6000 headphone. Its simply too big so i don't think there is any easy solution for that.
kahm
QUOTE(Laze @ Apr 25 2005, 07:57 AM)
Just tested a little - the RH1 plug can't even fit into the SL6000 headphone. Its simply too big so i don't think there is any easy solution for that.
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Right... I forgot about the 2.5mm adapter on the 6000. The 6k is really a strange animal compared to the rest of the Z's...
seed
can t an 3.5->2.5 adaptater fix that ?
omega
you don't understand, the c series remote is a four pole plug and thus requires a 4 pole socket to be recognised which the 6 series does not have...
seed
QUOTE(omega @ Apr 26 2005, 02:30 PM)
you don't understand, the c series remote is a four pole plug and thus requires a 4 pole socket to be recognised which the 6 series does not have...
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how many pole have the sl6000 ?
kahm
QUOTE(seed @ Apr 26 2005, 10:21 AM)
QUOTE(omega @ Apr 26 2005, 02:30 PM)
you don't understand, the c series remote is a four pole plug and thus requires a 4 pole socket to be recognised which the 6 series does not have...
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how many pole have the sl6000 ?
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The remotes will not work on the 6000. It has no support for them at all.
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