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Author Topic: Ham mic/headphone interface to PC Sound Sard  (Read 443 times)
WC4SKY
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« on: October 24, 2003, 04:27:10 PM »

I have a Pryme Headset/Boom mic for my TH-F6a.
I would like to interface it, or other Ham type mic/headsets to my PC Sound Card for use with EchoLink, etc. Not sure about mic types, serial to stereo, levels, pinouts of each end. Thanks for any help.
Jim Grossman
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« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2003, 08:13:33 PM »

The audio connectors for the THF6A are not "standard".  Look in the very back of the manual where the specs are and you will find the diameter does not match the 1/4 inch jacks on most sound cards.  So you will need to make an adaptor cable.  Other than that the impedance should match.  Then you will have to adjust the sound card mixer sliders to your likening.  Might be less of a hassle to purchase a inexpensive Radio Shack Headset/michrophone and for the computer forget about adaptors.
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