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post #1 of 9 Old Oct 18th, 2010, 5:31 pm Thread Starter
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Baehr headset extension cable

I need to replace the coiled cable that goes from helmet to plug into baehr system. I see they are $50 from baehr. Anyone else carry a cabl that works for less. How about radio shack?

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Re: Baehr headset extension cable

Assuming you are referring to Baehr part # SPK-01-03, the only place I found them was from Challenger Motors, New Zealand, but the same price you quoted... in New Zealand dollars.

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I've ordered from Challenger Motors a few times, standard shipping is cheap and fast. You can also get Baehr parts from South Africa, and Finland, I've also gotten parts there. Very fast and reliable.

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Re: Baehr headset extension cable

Radio Shack sells one that is not coiled . less than $10.00


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Re: Baehr headset extension cable

Pretty sure they use a standard 5 Pin DIN connector....so if you can't find one, you could always buy the components and make one....for allot less than $50.

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Re: Baehr headset extension cable

I was thinking about that also I am sure RS has a connector and I have a solder gun. Thanks

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I was thinking about that also I am sure RS has a connector and I have a solder gun. Thanks
I don't have a clue if this applies to your situation, butt way back in the day, when the Autocomm units were the rage, their first gen systems used a 5 pin DIN cord that you could find at an electronic store (not RS, butt like Frye's or just an electronic supply company) and the coiled ones were a leetle more costly than the straights!! The straights were available in my area for about $2.95!!! They were classed as computer keyboard connecting cables. Might try a google or Amazon look-up. HTH, and good luck.
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Re: Baehr headset extension cable

Ok went to Radio Shack and for less than $15 I got a cble that works, actually 3.
Got 3 cables in a package, each 3 foot long. Red, yellow and blue. But both ends were male so got a male to female adaptor. Works great. The cables are not coiled but that is ok.
So thanks to everyone who offered great advice.

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Re: Baehr headset extension cable

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Do you have a part number for the 3 pack?

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