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??? about 2 Pin Speaker Mic's

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kd8omt

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If I put a "Y" spliter on the 2.5 and 3.5 mm plug on my speaker mic in my radio, will it work. I am wanting to have a little area to make my portable a moble if you will. i have the 12volt battery elminator and antenna adapter already. but want to run the audio to a amplified speaker so basicly the speaker mic will be just a mic. i planned on unhooking the speaker in the speaker/mic.

Thoughts...... ideas.......

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lucas2121

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I have a $30 motorola mic made for their cheap GMRS radios. It has the one small mic pin only leaving me a plug for a speaker. You could also get an adapter but I don't know right off head what you would need.
 
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