Re: NTLK cellphone adapter (Konexx for Sale)

From: kdelwell (
Date: Mon Dec 20 1999 - 15:03:37 EST

I just happen to have a "used" (never used) Konexx coupler for sale. I'm
asking $75 (new is $149), if you're interested. I have never even tested
it out to see if it'd work. It was purchased for me and I've never found
a use for it:

"The Konexx Koupler straps onto the handset of any payphone or telephone,
to provide analog data communications at up to 26 Kbps. Use this acoustic
coupler to send or receive e-mail and faxes, access the Internet or
connect to the home office from anywhere in the world. "

A picture of what I'm selling is at:


Reference new units:


>Date: Sun, 19 Dec 1999 19:22:25 -0500 (EST)
>From: Victor Rehorst <>
>Subject: Re: NTLK cellphone adapter cable
>Message-ID: <>
>On Sun, 19 Dec 1999 wrote:
>> those digital PBX things, and I don't want to risk burning out my modem
>> on it.
>> Does anybody know if it's possible to plug the modem into the handset
> >cable RJ(bunchOfNumbers) instead of the RJ45 from the phone system? I
> >know the handset connector is a little bit slimmer than an RJ45.
>The handset connector is probably an RJ12. You'll have a hard time
>finding an RJ11(standard phone)->RJ12 cable.
>I would suggest looking into one of Konexx's connectivity products. They
>make all kinds of converters to allow analog phone devices to use digital
>lines. (I've never used any of their products, I've just read about them
>and they seem pretty neat)

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