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Can anyone recommend where to buy a headphone adapter for Minelab’s proprietary headphone jack?

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Morgan

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Steelphase is the one.  He sells them on eBay.

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Right on, thanks.

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robsdetectorsales also sells them, that's where I got mine, price was the same as everywhere else, fast shipping and a nice guy to talk to

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Thanks Majuba, I just found his site and remember talking to him a few years back while in Prescott. Appreciate it.

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On 1/1/2019 at 7:18 AM, Majuba Man said:

robsdetectorsales also sells them, that's where I got mine, price was the same as everywhere else, fast shipping and a nice guy to talk to

I did contact Rob and ordered one. Thanks again.

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