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...HSN1006 speaker cable for MTR3000 ?

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...HSN1006 speaker cable for MTR3000 ?

Postby Martel » Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:28 pm

Hi...

We have just bought brand new MOTOTRBO MTR3000 repeaters along with HSN1006A amplified speakers.

However, the provided cable does not fit to the MTR.

It has a 6-pin MOLEX-type female connector that does not fit anywhere in the repeater.

The MTR3000 external speaker connector is a miniature RJ-22 type modular jack..

May someone give me the Motorola part number for the correct cable that will fit between the MTR3k and the HSN ???

I know i could build the cable myself, i have the pinout but i'd prefer the original Motorola part.

I've made search on the Net w/o success, hence my request here.

Thank you.

Normand Martel.
Montreal, Qc. Canada

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Re: ...HSN1006 speaker cable for MTR3000 ?

Postby arlojanis » Tue Sep 22, 2015 5:18 am

My HSN1000B test speaker uses a 0185180U01 adaptor cable for the MTR2000 repeater. My speaker has male pins on pigtail. It is a small 6 pin molex.
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[SOLVED] ...HSN1006 speaker cable for MTR3000 ?

Postby Martel » Wed Sep 23, 2015 2:00 pm

Thank you very much !!!

The "0185180U01" part number is noted !!!

73 de Normand VE2UM


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