JimiRayo.Com
Intercom Headset Adapters
jimirayo@cfl.rr.com
jimi@jimirayo.com
Winter Park, Florida USA
(407) 202-8635
Contact, FAQ & Links

JimiRayo.Com Intercom Headset Adapters started at the turn of the century in a home garage with one tech (me) making adapters for the local entertainment techs in Central Florida. Over a decade later, it's still one tech (me) in my garage making adapters for entertainment techs around the world.
All adapters are made with the highest quality parts, Nuetrik connectors & Mogami wire.

I tin and heatshrink each connection to ensure no failures or shorted wires.
 I take great care in the construction of each adapter and hope you will agree.
(Jimi Ray Oliver - 40 years experience as an audio engineer)
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FAQ

Q: How many adapters do you have in stock?
A: None are pre-made. I have a small inventory of parts I keep on hand. I make them to order.

Q: Can you give price breaks on multiple adapters?
A: Unfortunately, No. Each adapter is it's own entity. It takes just as long to make one as it does the other.

     Since I sell at rock bottom prices anyway, giving one away would not be good business. 


Q: Can you do special orders if I have an idea for an adapter?
A:  Yes. Keeping in mind that developing a 'special' adapter are, many times, experimental.
      Since I probably don't have the exact equipment you are plugging into, the results may vary.
      But I do not mind working together to make it do what you want.
      Expect multiple e-mails or phone calls with many stupid questions.

Q: Do you make adapters for a cell/telephone phone headset?
A: No. A cell headset has an electret mic so it needs to be DC powered.
    The original headset wire would need to be spliced and resistors, capacitors and a 9v battery needs adding.
     It's ugly, risky and potentially costly. An undertaking I'm not willing to accept.
     Visit Mat Goebel's link below for a DIY on that.

Q: What shipping method and carrier do you use?
A: Standard 2-3 day priority shipping with the United States Postal Office exclusively.
    All shipments are boxed and include USPS Tracking and insurance.
    Buyer will receive a tracking # via e-mail.

Q: Do you guarantee overnight shipping?
A: No. I cannot guarantee an overnight delivery on same day of purchase.
    Due to my job as a live audio engineer,  I am not always home to complete the order or am on an out-of town gig.  
    When I am home, I do my best to make and ship out the day after a purchase.

Q: Do you guarantee your adapters?
A: I guarantee the workmanship (solder points/connectivity) for 5 years from date of purchase. After that I may be too old to keep doing this.
     I cannot cover damage to the connector ends (warping/cracked etc.) as I did not manufacture them.

Q: What is your return/refund policy?
A: Mistakes made on my part (wrong adapter/no connectivity etc.) are eligible for a replacement or full refund with return postage at my expense.
     Incorrect ordering on the buyer's part is subject to a refund/replacement after returning adapter in original condition.
     Buyer pays return shipping coming and going.
     Sometimes it's best to just to keep it and sell to a tech buddy.

Q: Do these work on all types of headsets?
A: If the headset is specifically made for dynamic mic 'portable' intercom systems (Clear-Com, RTS, Telex and similar), yes.
     Smart phone, Aircraft or military style headsets have different mics and impedences that do not play well.

Links related to Intercom equipment and adapters:
Peter Erskine's terrific source
for all things Intercom

bestaudio.com  
Mat Goebel's instruction for
cell to com headset
matgoebel.com
Intercom adapters of all types
toolsforstagecraft.com 
Formerly Production Intercom
prointercomllc.com
NPWDesigns on Ebay
Clear-Com & RTS splitters boxes

NPWDesigns
A/V rental gear in
Orlando Florida
The AV Guys
The company that started it all
clearcom.com
Andy Rostron
"Communications made possible"

thecommsguy.com
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