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Jaguar 700P Accessory Connector Pinout

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I have it for the LPE, which i think is the same as the Jaguar. Let me know if you want it.
 

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LPE Pinout

Here is the LPE pinout .. which i think is the same as the Jag. Sure someone can confirm or deny that.
 

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Yes, that LPE diagram is the same as the 700P/P5100/P7100. I verified it via the service manuals for all three radios.
 
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External speaker for P7100ip?

I know this thread is very old, but maybe someone can help.

I'm trying to get a headphone jack (or just speaker +- out at this point) on a Macom p7100IP radio. I'm doing this because I want to connect the radio to my computer, to provide a feed to this site.
I just want to basically solder on a female 1/8" mono jack. I ordered this adapter, which I thought was correct, but it was not.

Quick Disconnect Adaptor for Harris M A com Jaguar 700p P7200 Series etc QD MA3 | eBay

This came with what is marked as a headphone jack, but is a 6 pin connector of some type. I tested the pins with my meter against the connector pogo pins and was able to connect. I tried touching the leads from a small speaker to all of those pins while the adapter was connected but I couldn't get anything to work. And, the internal speaker never shut off. Maybe something has to be grounded to tell the internal speaker that an external speaker is connected.
At this point, I'm just considering opening it up, unsoldering the speaker wires and running them to the outside. I could put in a small switch too.

Thoughts? Suggestions?
 

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From what I have seen those are really for like covert headsets etc and not really for what you and I really want.

I too have thought about getting audio out of an Edacs radio. I wanted it more for recording audio, but the newer scanners do this part very well so I abandoned that idea.
 

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Use a old shoulder mic (so the radio sees the "sense") and tap off of the audio out.
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Buy one of these:

1 Earphone Surveillance Kit by Otto for GE Ericsson M A com Jag 700p P7100 | eBay

Cut the end of the cable off, solder on a 1/8" plug.

Viola, line-level audio out and a nice 4' cable to go to the computer. And at that price you literally can't even get the radio adapter for that cheap! The radio end has a built-in op-amp to boost the audio up, sense pin is configured to mute the internal speaker.
 
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I ended up taking it apart and soldering onto the speaker outputs. Added a 220k ohm resistor inline to cut the hiss.

It's been on the air for a couple of days now.
 
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