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Hello everybody:

Shure just enveiled their new earphones for the 'price concious customer'. They come with a nice addition, a microphone to use it with your cellphone(AKA N800 or n810) Now I understand they have different connectors and thats why I wanted for somebody more literare on the adapters to help me and let me know if the 102s would work?

http://pitchengine.com/alpha/free-release.php?id=191

PLEASE LOOK AT THE COMPATIBILITY CHARGE: IS THE N800 A MPA-2B OR MPA-3C COMPATIBILITY??
http://store.shure.com/store/shure/C..._compatability
 
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Judging by the picture in the first link, it appears to use a TRRS connector. If so it should work fine. I don't know what the difference is between MPA-2B and MPA-3C, but the Shure Online Store does say that it's "compatible with.....3.5mm stereo - 4 pin music enabled phones", which is the type of connector the internet tablets use
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whhen you check the compatibility page it explains the difference between the 2b and 3c
 

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Well, it's the same as the iPhone as far as order of connections, but there may be differences in length. (There are reports that iPhone earphones need a spacer to hold them ~1-2mm out.)

Anyway, I'm sure you could search the internet for pinouts of "Palm Treo™ smartphone" and "Apple iPhone (including 3G) and Blackberry Curve", or even look up Nokia's E62 and N91 to see which is the same.
 
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