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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 2:39 am    Post subject: Headset Plug Reply with quote

I need the groups knowledge!

I got an offer for a Bose A20 but is has a special plug, it's told it's a Bell 212 plug, but could not identify such a plug somewhere could maybe as well be a military plug (and then probably low impedance)?

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Any help much appreciated!

Werner


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 6:53 am    Post subject: Headset Plug Reply with quote

I would contact Bose, and ask if they can convert it to standard jacks
(or LEMO if that's what you want). While they do that, they will
probably also refurbish the entire headset at no cost to you.

Jim Parker
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 7:51 am    Post subject: Headset Plug Reply with quote

They will sell the audio cable, but it is in the neighborhood of $200,
because the mike is part of the assembly. Check Sporty's for adapters.

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I would contact Bose, and ask if they can convert it to standard jacks
(or LEMO if that's what you want). While they do that, they will
probably also refurbish the entire headset at no cost to you.

Jim Parker


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:05 am    Post subject: Headset Plug Reply with quote

Kelly, I've searched all over the Net, but could not find any adapter
for that special 2 plug cable.

Cheers Werner

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They will sell the audio cable, but it is in the neighborhood of $200,
because the mike is part of the assembly. Check Sporty's for adapters.



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:19 am    Post subject: Headset Plug Reply with quote

Kelly, I found what you meant, that is a complete replacement for the
cabling which you unplug, the one with BT is even 300$ and it would make
the deal expensive again.

Thanks Werner

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They will sell the audio cable, but it is in the neighborhood of $200,
because the mike is part of the assembly. Check Sporty's for adapters.



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 9:29 am    Post subject: Headset Plug Reply with quote

Sometimes just the downcord pops up on ebay. Maybe you can set up a search
alert. This is why we see so much variation in the price of used headsets
based on their plugs. I don't know the A20 line, but note that in some of
the X models the microphone was not interchangeable between helicooter
versions and the others, so there's a chance that even if you found just
the plugs it still wouldn't work.

The days of Bose doing free refurbs seems to be long over. I've sent in
several x models over the years, and the prices have climbed from $179 to
$225, and the most recent one was to be $300. I was reluctant to do it at
all, but the pile of parts wasn't worth anything otherwise. After all the
trouble of packing it up and getting it to UPS, they sent it back without
fixing it or charging me, saying that it was too old. The person on the
phone took down the serial number before I ever sent it in, and at that
stage it was not too old. All good things must end some time I suppose, but
it is important to update the status of the Bose support situation.

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Kelly, I've searched all over the Net, but could not find any adapter
for that special 2 plug cable.

Cheers Werner

On 17.01.2019 16:41, Kelly McMullen wrote:
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> <kellym(at)aviating.com>
>
> They will sell the audio cable, but it is in the neighborhood of $200,
> because the mike is part of the assembly. Check Sporty's for adapters.
>



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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 3:38 am    Post subject: Re: Headset Plug Reply with quote

Contact these guys; https://uflymike.com/

They have a great deal of information that may help you


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