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lehrschicht
now i am a brandnew owner of a simpad slc. i bougt it to use it as a jukebox, but now i found no normal headsetadapter on my simpad, has anybody an idea how to build an adapter or to by one somewere. need help. thanks
mr_nice
I don't know it exactly, but I think one of those for Siemens M50 mobile headsets will work. if not you could use the connector of this headset to build a adapter. here [1] is the wiring schematic.

regards
nice

1 http://test.opensimpad.org/index.php/Hardw...erial_Connector
lehrschicht
QUOTE(mr_nice @ Jun 12 2006, 12:24 PM)
I don't know it exactly, but I think one of those for Siemens M50 mobile headsets will work. if not you could use the connector of this headset to build a adapter. here [1] is the wiring schematic.

regards
nice

1 http://test.opensimpad.org/index.php/Hardw...erial_Connector
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lehrschicht
unsure.gif great.
this was a very fast reply. thanks a lot. acc to this infos unfotunatly the simpad is just equipped with a mono-soundchip.
chris08
IIRC, the simpad is monaureal only and even at that it is not that good - doing only 11KHz or so...it would prbly sou nd like one of those Utility radios or some old German volksempfaenger...

take care
chris
mr_nice
With some luck you can buy a soundcard for 16bit pcmcia. But keep in mind that 32bit (all with a golden stripe)pcmcia cards will NOT fit.
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