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tampabaynews

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Recording from P7100

I am trying to record audio from a P7100.

I suppose one way to do this is to use the 2.5mm audio port from the speaker mic I have. Any way record audio from this radio without using a speaker mic?

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I am trying to record audio from a P7100.

I suppose one way to do this is to use the 2.5mm audio port from the speaker mic I have. Any way record audio from this radio without using a speaker mic?

Thanks.
As far as I know, that's the only way to do it. I'm using the speaker mic and 2.5mm jack for my broadcast. It's the only way to get audio from the radio to the computer.
 

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Depending on how crafty you are, you can remove the cable from the radio adapter on the end and just solder a 3.5mm plug and cable right to the audio output. Even better if you can find the listen-only adapters that is just an adapter and a single cable to the earpeice. Cut the end off, solder on a 3.5mm plug and done! They were selling on eBay for about 12 bucks new in box not too long ago.
 

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I think using the earpiece port is probably the best and simplest way to go anyway.

There MIGHT be an earpiece adapter that fits right on the radio accessory connector, which would be a simpler setup. Search for "Harris Jaguar earpiece adapter" (or P7100 instead of Jaguar) and you might find just what you're looking for.
 
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