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CD / MP3 Player to Intercom Adapter


- 19 customer reviews.

CD / MP3 Player to Intercom Adapter

This adapter allows your to connect your iPod/ MP3 player directly to your intercom system. Allows all headsets connected to the intercom to hear the audio source.  5 ft in length.  Also available in a longer 11 foot version here.

 

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Customer Reviews For CD / MP3 Player to Intercom Adapter:
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Wednesday, June 19, 2013
A bit pricey, but works as advertised
by A Customer from Rockledge FL USA 

Pros: Good quality. Works as advertised
Cons: Expensive
Review: Works fine to run audio from an I-Pad/I-phone into the headset audio jack for the first observer seat on a B-777. With that seat in hot-mic and speakers selected, the audio is played through the overhead speakers for all to enjoy. Although this cord would be easy to make if you had the parts, it is a bit difficult to find the aviation sized audio jack, and the quality of the connections is probably better than I could do with a soldering iron.
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Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Does Not Work
by B from Ontario 

Pros: NONE
Cons: Does not work in simple C150 Intercom
Review: Everytime I plugs it in. It transmits. THe mic is hot the second its plugged in. I was referred to the manufacturer. It's been over a week since my enquiry. I have not heard a response.
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Tuesday, November 20, 2012
by James from Alvin TX USA 
Pros: None
Cons: It does not work.
Review: It did not work at all on my 1979 Archer II.
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Monday, November 12, 2012
by Murat from Rutherford NJ 
Review: very fast delivery. Normally mic has a preamp to start microphone so it wont used for transmitting on PA or SERV. Its excellent for self entertainment.
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Tuesday, February 07, 2012
No response from service department!
by A Customer from West Valley City UT USA 

Review: I emailed this message to technical support service on Jan 10. Did not get a response!

"When I try to use this with my apollo sl30 it transmits. Any suggestions?"

After waiting a week and not getting a response I experimented with the adapter and found that moving the red wire to the black connection and leaving the black off worked!

Considering the cost of this simple adapter I expected some type of response. Even an "I don't have a clue" would have been okay.
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Saturday, January 14, 2012
CD / MP3 Player to Intercom Adapter
by Adil OZGUN from LTFJ 

Review: It did not work when I put this cable into the Hand mic jack and the VHF3 mic jack , I didnt recieve any music sound through the PA or FLT or SVC. Boeing 737-800
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Tuesday, October 25, 2011
I would buy this product again
by A Customer from TEMECULA CA USA 

Review: IT WORKS AS EXPECTED. I RECOMMEND IT !
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Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Great Product
by Captain Robert from Gunter TX USA 

Pros: All
Cons: None
Review: Works fantastic on my EMB-145. Tried it through an IPAD the other day and worked very well. Its short money to solve a small problem converting a patch for music and audio. Makes my long days alot easier. Thumbs up!
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Sunday, September 26, 2010
Excellent in Transports, might not work in lighties!
by Skyjacker, Fly it like you stole it ! from Sydney, Australia 

Pros: If used in Jumpseat Jack, wont broadcast, wont PA, wont cut out when recieving, Will cut out when transmitting, Perfect!
Cons: expensive!
Review: If used in Jumpseat Jack, wont broadcast, wont PA, wont cut out when recieving, Will cut out when transmitting, Perfect! Five stars for performance, 1 star for Value. Get a .206 Plug and a 3.5mm Plug and make one yourself for half the price.
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Tuesday, November 24, 2009
A good idea but a bad implimentation.
by A Customer from Vista CA USA 

Pros: With the correct plug it could work.
Cons: Does not work in my Cessna 182 with factory connectors.
Review: This product did not work in my Cessna 182. The cable is intended to plug into a standard aircraft mic jack (I thought), however it does not have the proper plug. It comes with a stereo plug which will not interface correctly to a standard headset mic jack. Aircraft mic plugs have 4 contact sections as compared to a stereo plug which has 3. Now I understand why others have had problems with this product. If the cable had the correct plug I'm sure it would work.
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Thursday, September 17, 2009
I would buy this product again
by Sascha from Cadro Switzerland 

Review: Perfect fit in every Intercom. Just enjoy the sound on long boring flights.
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Monday, July 06, 2009
Starts to transmit music to radio?!
by eceflyboy from Palo Alto, CA 

Pros: Seems to be the easiest way to interface MP3 player with intercom.
Cons: Doesn't work like it's supposed to.
Review: Something is wrong with this, not sure if it's the stereo system or not, but I use a standard Cessna 172SP (2001-model)'s KMA-28 TSO Intercom system. When I plug in the music it would immediately start to interfere with the intercom systme and start transmitting. While I can hear the music fine, I don't want to be transmitting and wasting power, needless to say jamming up the frequency I am using! If anyone knows how to fix this problem, please let me know at eceflyboy at gmail.com and I can change the reviews.
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Saturday, June 20, 2009
Must Have
by A Customer from  

Cons: None
Review: I fly E-190. It works great! Listen to tunes and not interfer with ATC.
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Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Help
by A Customer from NC 

Pros: Sound is good.
Cons: Disables Radio Communication
Review: As soon as I plug this in, my intercom is disabled, and I cannot use the radios. Its fine when flying far away from busy areas, but not practical anywhere else.
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Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Didn't work for me.
by Barbie from Yuma AZ USA 

Pros: Lightweight, inexpensive (relatively).
Cons: Did not work.
Review: I tried the adapter in the aircraft and as soon as I plugged it into the headset jack it immediately started to transmit/interfere with the radio. I couldn't get it to work properly with the intercom. I will have to resort to purchasing the more expensive adapter. May work for some....but it didn't for me. When I called the Pilotstore they could not help me and referred me to the manufacturer.
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Tuesday, July 08, 2008
works well!!
by A Customer from PA USA 

Review: Good product, works well in the aircraft. It was a little too high in price though.
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Tuesday, May 27, 2008
by gary from mobile AL USA 
Pros: More heavy duty than my last one!
Cons: A foot longer would have been perfect!
Review: Excellent Product
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Thursday, September 06, 2007
Works as advertised
by Wayne from Fredericksburg, Virginia 

Pros: small and effective
Review: The adapter cable works as advertised, though I am still working through an interaction problem when trying to use it with the Garmin 430 -- I don't know if it my avionics or something with the 430 and the cable, when I plug it in it gives an open mic on the radio and transmits the audio.
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Friday, August 03, 2007
Great Product!
by A Customer from Rocking and rollin in the sky! 

Pros: Works well, stereo output, no interference.
Cons: More expensive from this retailer than from other places, mic jack end could use a collar to keep debris out of the connector.
Review: Great product. Works well with a variety of transport category aircraft types ;-) Just plug one end in to your iPod/MP3 player/DVD player/laptop, and the other into the jumpseater mic jack, turn on the hot mic, and off you go! It's better than reading the long range chart (USA Today).

This cable makes long legs much more enjoyable :-)

May require trimming of some of the rubber around the stereo mini-jack end to work with some devices (like palm tungsten).

Would like to see this product with an angled plug (on the mini-jack end).
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On Wednesday, August 15, 2012 a customer asked:
Q:
Can you tell me if the mic jack end fits .206 socket?
A: Hello Dave!  The CD / MP3 Player to Intercom Adaptor has a male 3.5mm jack and a male PJ-068 (.206 inch / 5.25mm) microphone jack.

On Tuesday, July 14, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
Will the tower hear music when you transmit?
A: No, the audio will only be heard by anyone directly connected to the intercom.

On Tuesday, February 03, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
Hi, ouldyou confirm that this lead has a 3.5mm Stereo plug on th I-pod end, and that the other end Plugs into a "MIC" socket, not a headphone socket... i.e. the smaller of the two sockets.... meaning that the Intercom amplfies the music to all connected headsets?
A: Yes, this does have a male 3.5mm jack and a male microphone jack.

On Monday, August 04, 2008 a customer asked:
Q:
I have a Piper Warrior with a 4 place intercom (two Flight Comm headsets and two David Clark headsets) and a Garmin 396 with XM radio. I want to be able to plug my Garmin 396 into the intercom so that all four places can hear the XM radio...will this cord do this for me?? If so, how? Thanks!!
A: Yes, that is exactly what this adapter is intended to do.  It should work out well for you.

On Tuesday, September 18, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
I am looking for a similar device/cable that will be silent when interrupted by the main radio. ie I want to hear approach talk and have the music device muted when the main av radio is receiving. Will this cable work for me? or is there some other product? Thanks
A: Based on your requirements, I would recommend The Muse adapter instead of this adapter.


 

 

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