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Two pin to one pin adapter?

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bach_tenor

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Hey, I get the feeling someone has asked this question before, but had trouble finding anything relevant in my search.
My old radio had two different ports for an external speaker and microphone. I also have an external speaker mic which used those ports, this is the one I have:


My problem is the new Motorola FRS radio I bought (the SX600r) only has a single headphone port on the side. The website states that some earpiece/mic combos are compatible with this unit, and they all utilize the single port.

So my question is this: are there any adapter to use my old speaker mic with this new radio? Otherwise, I am perfectly comfortable with splicing wires if needed. I'm assuming that most radio headphones are mono, and the microphone data will simply use the other wire.
 
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