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    Male to Male headphone/microphone cable?

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    Does anyone know of a Male to Male headphone/microphone cable? Basically I want the one that came with the Blackberry but with no headphones and 2 male jacks on the ends. I have a ski helmet that has headphone in the earpads and is meant for ipods, but I would like to try and use it for my Blackberry.

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    Does the male connector not work with you phone? I am contemplating the same thing with my helmet for my ski trip in January. I do have a Male to Male connector that came with an Ipod radio I have. It may be the same as an auxiliary cable that would allow you to hook any mp3 player to the auxiliary jack on the front of some car stereos. I would look at possibly radio shack if you haven't already.

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    I think a regular male to male extender cable will work for the audio. I guess I'm looking more for something that has the microphone/call answering ability that the standard BB headset comes with.

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    I will have to check what the brand is of my headphone system I have in my helmet is. It currently has a splitter to use a phone and a MP3 player with the same cord. I wouldn't need the splitter now. They may have a cord, so if I get the brand it may help.

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    Thanks. Mine is a Giro helmet and the ear pad system is the audio only one, no splitter. I know they have fancier models with bluetooth and and audio jack too.

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    I also have the Giro helmet. Check this out... I may get this to use. I think I would still need the male to male connector, but this would allow to make/take calls.

    http://store.everythingberry.com/mob...73A75A3166.htm

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    Check Siedio. They have some adaptors that have mic's built in and are set up with male - female connections so you can plug a standard 3.5 hs or aux cable into it with no issues. I use one in my car.

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    I like the retractable one on Seido. May keep the cables from becoming a mess in my coat pocket.

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    That mobi one will work perfectly. The speaker pads come with the male to male cable, just no microphone. Thanks.

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    Yes. The Seido looks good too.

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