on 09/06/02 16:00, Charles Ross at newton_at_fireradio.org wrote:
> I too am in a similar situation. After many years of not using my MP 130, I
> picked up some eMates, and they prompted me to buy the 2100 that I'm using to
> send this very message. Anyway, my question is about the audio input and
> output of the 2100. What would I have to do or buy to get audio input and
> output jacks for my 2100? Thanks!! --Charles
You would have to ask Daniel Padilla.
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