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Telephone Handset for TK-5710/5720 Radios?

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Does anyone make a telephone handset and hang up cup for the TK-5710/5720 series radios? I am looking for ones similar to the Motorola style either the older round type or the newer rectangular version.

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I have a bunch of these on Kenwood NX-900 radios in our bus fleet. The NX-900 uses the same chassis as the TK-5720, the DB-25 pin out is the same. Somewhere I wrote up a document on how to wire it to the radio and set up the mic/speaker and PTT to work with the radios. It wasn't hard to do. PM'm me as a reminder and I'll look for the document when I get back in the office on Monday.

I had a really good experience with Peiker, they were great to work with. I've probably got all their contact info somewhere. While it is a German company, they had a pretty good presence in the USA. They've been at IWCE the last few years, if you ever make it out to that show.
 
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