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Jabra Pro 920 Duo DECT Headset for Flex 6700


I was trying to connect my Jabra Pro 920 Duo DECT Headset to my Flex 6700 but without success. It works fine with the ICOM IC-7700 and IC-9700.

Does somebody have an idea how to connect this Jabra Pro Duo DECT Headset to the Flex 6700?

The MIC-Plug is 3.5mm

Information about the Jabra Headset is on my website: http://www.hb9ryz.ch/projects/index.html

Best 73 de HB9RYZ




  • Mike-VA3MW
    Mike-VA3MW Administrator, FlexRadio Employee, Community Manager, Super Elmer, Moderator admin

    If you make it the default MIC and Speaker for Windows, then you can use it with SmartSDR.

    If you want to get fancy, you can install a Software Audio Mixer like VoiceMeeter, make those inputs and outputs as your defaults and then you can switch your audio devices as you choose and make the inputs and the outputs the windows defaults.


  • Wolfgang
    Wolfgang Member ✭✭

    Hi Mike

    I found a solution today. I made my own 8-pol cable for the Jabra DECT Headset.

    It works great :-)

    So I can use my Heil Pro 6 (ic) Headset with the Heil cable AD-1-Y as a backuo headset and the Jabra DECT wireless Headset as main headset.

    The two wires from the Jabra DECT Headset goes to MIC - (7) and MIC + (8) and GND (5) with PTT (67) goes to the Heil Hand PTT Switch.

    73 de HB9RYZ


  • Wolfgang
    Wolfgang Member ✭✭

    Hi Mike

    I'm also using an USB Sennheiser GPS 300 Game-Headset with SmartSDR in the PC-Audio Mode. So I can switch between MIC with the Jabra DECT Wireless Headset and Sennheiser USB-Headset with teh PC.

    It's great to have so many ways to use the Flex 6700.

    I never tried the BAL-Input on the back of the Flex 6700. I guess this is more for Studio-Audio-Experts.

    73' Wolfgang

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