From: Jon Scordia (jscordia_at_mac.com)
Date: Wed Jul 20 2005 - 05:36:14 PDT
Chris, I would be interested in taking say two of these. I assume they are the thin rectangular plug that will fit directly into the slot in the end of a Newt 2000. I would like to make myself an audio in/out adapter. And have a spare.
Do you, or anyone else on the list, have a pin-out diagram? I'm worried about trial and error frying my Newt!
If you're interested in selling, I have no idea how much they are worth, I'm in the UK and have a Paypal account if that helps. Please feel free to contact me off list to talk money!
Thanks, and regards
On Tuesday, July 19, 2005, at 11:01PM, Chris Sladky <rsladky_at_buckeye-express.com> wrote:
>I managed to find a few of the JAE parts that work with the
>interconnect port in an old box. These are the parts that can be used
>to "make" dongles and possibly docking stations, etc. I believe these
>parts can be used to use any of the pins on the interconnect port. I
>was originally planning on using these for the audio in/out, but I'm
>sure you can figure out better things to do with what I believe may be
>a rare part. Does anyone know of a source that still has these? If so,
>please let me know; I'll keep these and use them for my projects.
>Otherwise, I figured I'd offer them to you guys, as I'm sure you will
>make some neat stuff with them. I'd like to get some money for these,
>though, as I believe they are probably rare, unless someone can tell me
>otherwise. Anyone have offers??
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