5 pin audio plug


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loopy
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5 pin audio plug

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I would like to make my own ear plugs with 5 pin plug just to listen to music in my helmet.
Does anyone know if the male plug can be purchased and if so where and is there a specific name for the plug.
I have checked my local electronics shop but cannot match the plug.
Help please


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tamathumper
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That's a 5-pin DIN connector.

https://www.amazon.com/Parts-Express-Pi ... B000LDWV6C
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Re: 5 pin audio plug

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Amazon has the adapter that I use. Small, neat and out of the way. Just plug a set of earbuds into it and you are good to go.

https://www.amazon.com/Logsdon-Audio-LL ... B00STRBLTU

You may be able to find it on the new Australian Amazon - dunno.

Actually, here is one available through https://www.amazon.com.au/DoneCenter-3- ... ay&sr=8-20


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