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Re: Mini USB headset with microphone for Ipaq 200? Does it exist? For Skype

Postby Beverly Howard [Ms-MVP/MobileDev] » Wed, 18 Jun 2008 00:48:06 GMT

Some devices are using this (great!) approach...

The audio jack and the headset uses a four conductor 1/8" audio plug and 
socket... essentially an extra "ring" on the ground section of the plug 
which connects to the mic circuit.

_If_ you use the stereo headset which I assume ships with the unit, you 
have stereo audio plus mic...

...and, if you plug in a "standard" 1/8" stereo headset, it works 
without needing an adapter.

The JasJar was where I first saw this.

The same is true for many of the 3/32" mini headset jacks... they will 
accept and work with a standard mon{*filter*}headset but have the extra ring 
in the jack to provide stereo audio out.

Beverly Howard [MS MVP-Mobile Devices]

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1.Mini USB headset with microphone for Ipaq 200? Does it exist? For Skype

I have a Ipaq 200, which among other things, I would like to be able
to use for Skype.

I have a bluetooth earpeice which I have already paired to the Ipaq
200, and that works pretty well, but what I would like to do is use a
mini usb headset that also has a mic on it, and simply plug this into
the mini usb connector at the bottom of the device.

This is both for quality, as a usb audio device is sure going to sound
a lot better than a bluetooth device, and also because if it plugs
into the device, I do not have to worry about charging a bluetooth
device.

I will be using the device with Skype quite often, and it would be so
nice to simply plug in a device.

You can buy lots of USB headset/mic combos for a PC/laptop, but is
this even an option for a Windows Mobile 6 device such as the Ipaq
200?

Does the mini usb device on the Ipaq 200 even support devices such as
a headset/mic?

I have searched around, and I have not found anything.  I am hoping
that somebody has some more information on this.

Thank you in advance for any information.

Todd

2.Mini USB headset with microphone for Ipaq 200? Does it exist? For Skype

Todd wrote:
> I have a Ipaq 200, which among other things, I would like to be able
> to use for Skype.
> 
> I have a bluetooth earpeice which I have already paired to the Ipaq
> 200, and that works pretty well, but what I would like to do is use a
> mini usb headset that also has a mic on it, and simply plug this into
> the mini usb connector at the bottom of the device.
> 
> This is both for quality, as a usb audio device is sure going to sound
> a lot better than a bluetooth device, and also because if it plugs
> into the device, I do not have to worry about charging a bluetooth
> device.
> 
> I will be using the device with Skype quite often, and it would be so
> nice to simply plug in a device.
> 
> You can buy lots of USB headset/mic combos for a PC/laptop, but is
> this even an option for a Windows Mobile 6 device such as the Ipaq
> 200?
> 
> Does the mini usb device on the Ipaq 200 even support devices such as
> a headset/mic?
> 
> I have searched around, and I have not found anything.  I am hoping
> that somebody has some more information on this.
> 
> Thank you in advance for any information.
> 
> Todd

try googling "HTC mini USB pinout"

Several sites show the mini USB pinouts for the HTC phones, which DO 
support headset/mic combos, so if you can borrow a HTC headset, see if 
it works.

If the headset doesn't work, at least you've tried.

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