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Subject: 3. Re: R-44 issue-geek reply
From: "Graham Meadows" gjmeadows
Date: Tue Jun 26, 2012 7:54 am ((PDT))
These 'Microdot' connectors are used extensively in commercial radio system=
(microwave/ Cellular networks) but for Radio Frequency signals - not audio =
i doubt anyone would mate one of these to an xlr connector, however if you=

wanted to make up a cable you could try Farnell electronics or RS component=
for the parts.
You will also need a crimping tool to attach the connector

You could also try  micronic at

they make headsets with microdot connectors


On Tuesday 26 Jun 2012 09:09:49 you wrote:
> I believe the Microdot (miniature coaxial connector) is proprietary to DP=
> I haven't seen any other companies selling an equivalent product.
> --Flawn

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