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1/4 mic jack to RJ45 8 pin ethernet

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alducks

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Anybody seen an over the counter adapter to use for connecting intercom type mic/headphone with 1/4" /6.33mm jack to an 8 pin RJ45 connection on Kenwood tk8180 or similar mobile radios?
If not..anybody have pinouts for the tk8180 mic connection?
Could also use pinout for the 1/4" mic/headset jack
Thanks
 

kd4efm

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Seen it for the db25, but I know they are out there. Have to look for it in the manual.

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