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Old 03-04-2013, 11:31 AM
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Hardwiring 9500ix from old hardwire

I just got a 9500ix for a road trip I'm planning to California. The problem is I currently use a Whislter Pro-78SE which I have hardwired.
The hardwire is to a 1.3mm DC plug. Now I want to make some sort of adapter that'll go from the 1.3mm DC plug to the telephone-type jack from the escort.
I can splice it myself. Is there something special about the escort adapter, or can I just buy a socket and splice that into a phone cable?
Even better, is there already an adapter out there that will do this?
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